CRS1 Hotel Reservation Platform Signs Opal Hotel in Germany
May 20, 2014
Magnuson Worldwide, the world’s largest hotel services organisation, today announced the addition of the Opal Hotel in Idar-Oberstein, Germany to the CRS1 hotel reservation platform.
The 80-room Opal Hotel is conveniently located in the center of Idar, near the cities of Luxembourg, Saarbrücken, Trier, and Koblenz. Guests of this hotel will appreciate close proximity to the Idar-Oberstein gem mines, Church of the Rock, historic Weiherschleife, Lichtenberg Castle, and local restaurants and night clubs.
By utilising the CRS1 hotel reservation platform to market worldwide, the Opal Hotel will benefit from reservation fees up to 90% lower than most major reservation system providers.
“We are proud to welcome Avi Glecer and his entire staff, and are fully committed to increasing their visibility and reservations,” stated Thomas Magnuson, CEO of Magnuson Worldwide.
Launched in the UK last October, the CRS1 platform offers flat fees per transaction with volume based pricing. Magnuson states that hotels utilising commonly provided legacy hotel reservation systems will be able to reduce CRS transaction costs up to 90%. The CRS1 system offers a free hotel property management system, PMS1, with no monthly fees, no monthly minimums, and no long-term contracts.
About Magnuson Worldwide:
Headquartered in London UK and Spokane WA, Magnuson Worldwide is the world’s largest hotel services organisation. Magnuson Worldwide’s holdings include Global Hotel Exchange, CRS1 and Magnuson Hotels-the world’s largest independent hotel group.