Tewkesbury Park hotel launches new website with Guestline

Tewkesbury Park

Tewkesbury Park, a 94-bedroomed hotel in Gloucestershire, launches a new website created by Guestline. Having been a Guestline client for two years, the property decided its website needed an overhaul to mirror the quality offered within the hotel and to drive direct bookings following a multimillion refurbishment.

With the majority of their technology needs covered by Guestline, the team opted for Guestline’s WebSuite package to retain the security and convenience of dealing with just one supplier. Having designed and developed more than 50 hotel websites, Guestline has a track record of maximizing a hotel's online presence.

“Guestline's editable content management system is exactly what we were looking for: a simple, easy to use platform,” said Claire White, director at Tewkesbury Park. “We can make immediate changes to the website, whether that be updating a special offer or new event, or even changing our imagery – everything is so easy to do! The integrated online booking module is equally clear and easy to use for our guests, which is of paramount importance."

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Guestline's new price assure tool, which allows guests to compare the total cost of their stay on the hotel's website against five other online channels, is also part of the booking process online. This gives guests the confidence to book direct in the knowledge they are receiving the best possible deal.

Tewkesbury Park also runs Guestline's property-management system, Rezlynx, alongside the distribution platform, advanced conference and banqueting manager and EPoS.

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