SkyTouch rolls out new multirate feature for PMS

This new multirate feature is useful for hotels that do a significant amount of group business. Photo credit: SkyTouch Technology

SkyTouch Technology adds a new group multirate feature for its SkyTouch Hotel OS. This feature adds the ability to have varying rates for different nights of a group stay.

The group multirate feature is useful for hotels that do a significant amount of group business. It enables them to negotiate rates based on hotel occupancy, providing hotels with the flexibility to manage rates in accordance with their revenue-management strategy. With group multirates, hoteliers have the option to charge a different rate for each night of the stay.

“We understand that each property is different, based on its size, location, demographics and other factors,” SkyTouch Director of Product Management Charlie Green said in a statement. “Our goal is to provide tools that solve complex hotel business problems with the simplicity SkyTouch is known for."


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