The online leisure group booking solution for tourism professionals was launched in March 2014. One year on, it has already been deployed in 500 hotels in 150 destinations located mostly in Europe. More than 3,500 leisure group bookings have been made to date via this platform which is available on accorhotels.com under the “Professional Solutions” tab, in the “Tourism” section. This demonstrates that this online solution meets the demand from sector professionals (travel agents, tour operators, coach holiday operators) for a simpler and time-saving system.
This year, an additional 250 hotels in all market segments will offer this service in Europe, North America, and Asia Pacific. Deployment will focus on the Asia Pacific region where the largest number of hotels will adopt the system increasing from a current 12 to 150.
By the end of 2015, this professional booking solution will be available in nearly 750 hotels, which is more than the initial target of 600 primary leisure group establishments. With this solution, Accor is the first hotel group to implement a tool that simplifies the booking process for leisure groups of 15 to 60 people and allows users:
• to consult single, double and twin room availability in real time ;
• to have automatic access to the best available rate;
• to pre-book directly in the hotel’s system.
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