Meetingselect is using Travelport+ to enable direct and preferred hotel bookings 

AMSTERDAM – Meetingselect has recently started working with Travelport, a global technology company that powers travel bookings for hundreds of thousands of travel suppliers worldwide. Travelport’s travel retailing platform, Travelport+, provides simplified access to robust hospitality content that will enable Meetingselect bookers to quickly and easily make individual or group hotel bookings through the Meetingselect platform with or without meeting spaces. 

By tapping into Travelport+, this integration allows corporations and travel agencies using Meetingselect to view and compare preferred rates for hotel bookings in combination with meetings or events via rate access codes. As a result, businesses will benefit from a more efficient and cost-effective booking experience for hotel rooms and meeting spaces. Moreover, Travelport+ provides Meetingselect the option to display direct availability to book guest rooms for individuals, up to nine rooms at a time. 

“We’re thrilled to integrate our platform with Travelport+ to drive more modern retailing experiences within the hospitality industry”, said Judith Huisman, co-founder of Meetingselect. “Our partnership is a great example of our commitment to delivering innovative solutions and Travelport+ will undoubtedly bring significant value to our bookers by offering a complete and seamless digital solution.” 

“We share Meetingselect’s focus on modernizing travel retailing and understand that simplified access to more hospitality content and dynamic offers is needed to help streamline the meeting management experience,” said Paul Broughton, Director of Business Development at Travelport. “With Travelport+, Meetingselect users can now quickly and easily search, compare and book the hotel rooms and meeting spaces that they need.” 

The article Meetingselect is using Travelport+ to enable direct and preferred hotel bookings  first appeared in TravelDailyNews International.

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