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YTL Hotels Expands Partnership with TravelClick

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YTL Hotels, which owns a collection of unique luxury hotels and resorts in Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan and beyond, has expanded its partnership with hospitality solutions provider TravelClick.

 The partnership will maximize transactions and drive revenue for ten of YTL's properties through the use of TravelClick's iHotelier suite of reservations solutions.

Through the relationship, YTL Hotels' properties will not only have access to TravelClick's iHotelier Central Reservations System (CRS), but the company's entire suite of reservations solutions including TravelClick Channel Management, iHotelier Property Management System (PMS) Integrations, iHotelier GDS, iHotelier Web 3.0, and iHotelier Mobile.

"TravelClick offers the most compelling and competitive solution in the industry, and there is no question they remain our CRS of choice among all the other competing technologies out there," said Luke Hurford, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, YTL Hotels. "TravelClick's solutions have ultimately helped to strengthen our digital brand and increase bookings through our 'owned' channels, and we're pleased to expand our partnership with the company."

TravelClick's technology solutions will be utilized at the following ten properties: Cameron Highlands Resort in Malaysia; The Majestic Malacca in Malaysia; Pangkor Laut Resort in Malaysia; Gaya Island Resort in Malaysia; Tanjong Jara Resort in Malaysia; The Green Leaf Niseko Village in Japan; Spa Village Resort Tembok in Bali; Vistana Kuala Lumpur Titiwangsa in Malaysia; Vistana Kuantan City Centre in Malaysia, and Vistana Penang Bukit Jambul in Malaysia.

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