The group’s 50+ four and five-star hotels across Europe offer guests a charming, first-rate experience in memorable locations.
Mews, a leading cloud-native property management system (PMS), has been chosen by Private Selection Hotels & Tours as the only officially preferred provider for their portfolio of privately-run properties.
Private Selection Hotels & Tours is a selection of more than 50 hotels across Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Austria, France and Spain. This carefully curated collection prioritises quality service and personalized charm in some of Europe’s most interesting regions.
“Our guests expect exceptional experiences when they stay at our hotels, which is why we chose Mews as our preferred hospitality cloud,” said Esther Dysli, CEO at Private Selection Hotels & Tours. “The software is smart and unobtrusive, empowering our hoteliers to focus on guests while also delivering operational excellence.”
By streamlining and automating daily operations like room assignment and payments – and eliminating unnecessary legacy processes altogether, such as night audits – Mews frees up huge amounts of time for Private Selection Hotels & Tours properties. This time can then be invested in their guests, which also results in happier, more engaged staff.
“Private Selection Hotels & Tours is a brilliant example of what hospitality should be doing: moving beyond a bed-first mentality to create holistic stay experiences,” said Matt Welle, Mews CEO. “We’re delighted that they’ve recognized Mews as the best solution to help their hoteliers deliver their unique brand of luxury, experiential travel.”
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