Through this new association, Fastpayhotels will distribute its hotels to more than 300 new clients on the American continent.
PALMA and ORLANDO – Fastpayhotels, the B2B accommodation distribution platform, announced its agreement to absorb all distribution contracts, hotels and technology connections from North America Destinations.
Through this agreement, more than 300 clients in the USA, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay and Colombia will begin to benefit from 38,000 directly contracted hotels in more than 78 countries, the leading artificial intelligence system for customer service, availability for last minute reservations and access to thousands of vacation rental properties.
"Fastpayhotels turned 5 years old in 2020. After 5 years of exponential growth, this year we began to develop our strategy of expanding our presence in important markets through strategic alliances and acquisitions. North and South America are key markets for our future," confirmed Elodie Leunen, co-founder of Fastpayhotels. "We are delighted to be able to offer our inventory to more than 300 new clients, always being faithful to our digital essence and representing the evolution of B2B hotel distribution".
"North America Destinations, together with our sister company Viking Charters of America, will continue to be the leader in sales of attraction tickets, Disney cruises, transfers and group operations in the Americas. This agreement with Fastpayhotels allows us to continue to focus our efforts and increase our value to our clients” explained John Hulsewe, CEO of North America Destinations.
Fastpayhotels will offer its clients domestic and international products supported by a team located in Orlando, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia.
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