TWA Hotel at JFK Airport selects Sabre platform

Since the 512-room TWA Hotel is using Sabre Hospitality Solutions’ SynXis platform to maximize revenue of both direct and indirect channels. Photo credit: Sabre Corporation

The TWA Hotel, the only on-airport hotel at JFK Airport, signed a multiyear agreement with Sabre Corporation for distribution strategy. The hotel in the restored landmark 1962 former TWA terminal designed by Eero Saarinen will pay homage to the golden age of travel with midcentury modern-inspired guestrooms, eight restaurants, six bars, high-end retail outlets, 50,000 square feet of event space, a 10,000-square-foot fitness center, a rooftop pool and an observation deck when it opens on May 15.
 
Since the 512-room TWA Hotel began accepting guestroom reservations in February, the hotel has been using Sabre Hospitality Solutions’ SynXis platform, including SynXis central reservations, to power its distribution strategy. When the TWA Hotel welcomes its first guests, the TWA Hotel will benefit from the SynXis platform’s advanced technology as it establishes itself in the marketplace, while also securing an effective, future-ready channel strategy that is designed to maximize revenue of both direct and indirect channels.
 
“We are pleased to be working with Sabre Hospitality Solutions’ SynXis Platform as our booking platform at the TWA Hotel,” Tyler Morse, CEO of MCR and Morse Development, the developer of the TWA Hotel, said in a statement.
 
The SynXis platform is an open-architecture platform that integrates critical hospitality systems to optimize distribution, operations, retailing and guest experience. It includes several components, including SynXis central reservations, which provides distribution of rates and inventory through all online and offline distribution channels; connectivity to global distribution systems, online travel agents, website and mobile booking engines; and seamless integration of critical property, revenue management, loyalty and content systems, providing holistic views of hotel guests and revenue.

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