RLHC completes mobile payment integration with MyCheck

RLHC adds mobile payment integration.

Red Lion Hotels Corporation guests can streamline making their reservations through the Hello Rewards app. With the MyWallet mobile payment platform from MyCheck now embedded into the brand’s Hello Rewards app, the reservations process for Hotel RL, Red Lion Hotels, Red Lion Inns & Suites, GuestHouse and Settle Inn Extended Stay properties is now faster than ever before.
 
“Frequent travelers don’t want to type in a credit card number each time they make a reservation; they expect the process to be fast, while also being secure,” said RLHC Chief Information Officer John Edwards in a statement. “Sixty-one percent of consumers are asking for a mobile wallet to manage multiple loyalty programs. Thanks to MyCheck, we are giving travelers exactly what they want, and then some.”

Eventually, Hello Rewards members can use the app to check in and check out, plus view their hotel folio, order roomservice, and pay in hotel restaurants and at grab-and-go counters using any payment method stored in their profile. This is the way of the future, and we are proud to be working with RLHC to drive their new mobile payment platform. Together we are setting new standards for industry excellence.”

“RLHC is a true leader in mobile payment adoption,” Shlomit Kugler, MyCheck CEO, said it a statement. “Adding MyWallet for reservations is just the first step toward building a better and faster end-to-end experience; soon Apple Pay, MasterPass and PayPal can be added to the platform. The next phase involves utilizing MyWallet for prepaid reservations.

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