Published on Friday, August 25, 2017

More hotel chains now directly connected with roomsXML

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continues its drive to directly connect with more hotel chains. In addition to hotel groups having global presence, roomsXML is also focusing on integrating with regional and local chains to give more diversity and in-depth product choice to travel agents.

More recently, roomsXML has added charming and boutique chains like Swiss Quality Hotels and Chateaux & hotels Collection to luxury hotel brands like Banyan Tree, Address and Coco Collection to lifestyle hotels from Regal and X2.      

"The direct connectivity we have established with both global and regional hospitality groups will help travel agents tap into the excellent portfolio of hotels across Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia." says Prakash Bang, Founder and Executive Chairman,

"However, this is not the finishing line for us. We are continuously working with these hotel chains to get periodic offers and promotions in the best interests of the travel agents. As we speak our contracting and technology team is already under progress to connect with additional 14 hotel chains." adds Prakash.

roomsXML has always been in the forefront of technology innovation and its sole aim since inception has been to support travel agents and make their life easier. Continuing with this ideology, roomsXML is set to roll out significant upgrades to its booking engine by end of this year. Earlier this year, roomsXML launched its new version of API, which has received a very good response.  

roomsXML is an online accommodation wholesaler, serving travel agents and tour operators, with offices in Australia, India, UAE, UK and USA. roomsXML is winner of numerous industry awards and accolades, including 'MSE 2' high credit worthiness certificate from CRISIL - an S&P Global company.

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