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The number of travelers has grown rapidly in the last 20 years, keeping the industry busy. From flights to hotel reservations, guests seek personal experiences for their getaways and having a hotel property management system (PMS) is more important than ever. While the PMS can help creating a personalized experience for each guest, the latest EU legislation might keep hoteliers worried of how much data can you keep and use. That brings us to the question- is your hotel GDPR compliant?
A hotel management system holds a crucial part in running the daily operations, which makes it an essential part for any Maltese hospitality business, however, the hotel software is also often associated with a hefty price tag. Instead of closing your eyes, making the payment and forgetting, let’s see where the money goes into. Does having a hotel property management system pay off? Where does that money go into?
There are many reasons why your hotel may be lacking sales: guests love the sea view rooms more than street view rooms, the competitors offer cheaper prices, guests choose their stay based on season etc. But is there anything you can do besides waiting for the winter to go away? We have collected 3 suggestions, which are seamlessly connected and should help you increase the overall sales.
A hotel property management system (PMS) gives the opportunity for each hotel to reach higher service standards. It has replaced manual and inefficient task execution and now streamlines your daily routine. From managing basic tasks to helping you make business decisions, the hotel software has transitioned into a 24/7 employee. If chosen correctly, it can improve your service tremendously. With so many in the market, how to know which one is for you? Consider these 5 suggestions before making the final decision.