Each hotel in the international group’s portfolio has a unique connection to their location and will use Mews to enhance the guest experience.
Mews, leading hospitality cloud, has been selected by Romantik Hotels as an official PMS partner for their portfolio of 200+ unique hotels across Europe.
The international brand represents independent hoteliers with generations of experience. Many of the hotels are family-owned and are known for their strong sense of tradition and individual hospitality, creating special connections between guests and their environments.
“Romantik hoteliers put the guest experience before anything else, which is why we’ve chosen Mews as a PMS provider,” said Christina Neumann, Manager, Business Development at Romantik Hotels. “Their guest-centric platform is designed to put experiences before processes, and it gives each hotel the power to curate distinct and memorable stays.”
“You can really feel the passion that the Romantik Hotels teams have for their work, which is why I know this partnership is a great fit,” said Matt Welle, Mews CEO. “I look forward to onboarding plenty of hotels in the coming months and helping them to meet their ambitious goals.”
A direct, two-way connection to DIRS21 – a reservations and channel manager solution – was essential for the partnership. Mews built a new integration with DIRS21, allowing all Romantik Hotels to manage booking data centrally via Mews, with automatic inventory and rate updates.
This is now available to any Mews hotelier on Mews Marketplace, which hosts approximately 800 live integrations, many of which can be connected with just a handful of clicks.
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