Low Cost Hotel GDS for 2010!
By Patrick Landman - Xotels
Tuesday, 26th January 2010
To help hotels to offset decreased profit levels as a result of last year's REVPAR and ADR decline we have put together a low cost GDS Fee package. This will give hotels the opportunity to invest more in their internet marketing strategy.

2009 has been a straining and tough year on many hotels. Budgets have been sliced and cut as demand dropped. The economic challenges have had a huge impact on our industry.

The Xotels GDS service will distribute your hotel's rates and availability through the Sabre, Amadeus, Worldspan, Galileo and Apollo GDS's to the vast network of corporate and leisure travel agencies as well as OTA's (online travel agency websites).

In an effort to allow hotels to spend a bit more on internet marketing and online advertising Xotels has put together a low cost GDS offer. We charge only US$ 5.00 as a GDS booking fee, and do not add anything to the GDS pass-through fees.

As a GDS company our Hotel Representation Services we aim to increase the demand for your hotel and grow your distribution power at an affordable cost.

For more information on Xotels GDS Services please click here: www.xotels.com/en/hotel-gds

Patrick - Xotels
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