Travelport's New Link with Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

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Travelport has completed an advanced interface between Carlson Rezidor Hotel Groups central reservations system, Curtis-C and Travelports global distribution systems (GDS).

By implementing Travelport Hotel XML Supplier Link technology, Carlson Rezidor now transmits its content directly to Travelports Worldspan, Galileo and Apollo GDS platforms.

The improved delivery connection provides rates, inventory and content directly to travel agencies in over 170 countries.

The proven technology reduces hotel distribution costs by supporting a single connection to all three of Travelports GDSs.

The new link gives Travelport subscribers instant access to Carlson Rezidor Hotel Groups real-time rates, availability, and rules, as well as Travelport Complete Pricing functionality, enriching the data available for Carlson Rezidors 1,000+ hotel properties worldwide.

Travelport Complete Pricing functionality enhances the agent shopping experience and boosts traveler satisfaction by avoiding pricing discrepancies for travelers at hotel check-in. The technology provides the total price for a hotel stay, including rates, taxes, surcharges and fees prior to booking.

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group is committed to deploying technologies such as Travelports Hotel XML Supplier Link, which deliver substantial benefits to our organization and properties, as well as our travel agency partners and end-consumers, said Frederic Deschamps, Senior Vice President Revenue Optimization and Distribution, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. Seamless integration provides streamlined booking capabilities. We are extremely pleased with the performance and reliability of the technology.

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