Amenity is a complimentary item or service provided to a guest from the hotel. Examples of amenities are wi-fi, swimming pools, garages, business center.
Average Daily Rate is a statistical metric used in the hospitality and lodging industry to measure the financial performance of a property. ADR represents the average rental income per paid occupied hotel room in a specific time period. ADR is often used in conjunction with Occupancy Rate and RevPar to provide a clear picture of a hotels performance.Learn more about calculating ADR
Property management system (PMS System) is a software tool designed to track room availabilities, reservations, guest accounts, analytics, check-in, and check-outs. Often the primary tool for hotels and it interfaces (integrates) with many other hospitality technology tools such as channel managers, booking engines, point of sale, and customer relationship systems
RevPar is a statistical metric used in the hospitality and lodging industry to measure the financial performance of a property. RevPar represents the revenue per available room calculated on the number of rooms available to sell in a hotel. It is often used in conjunction with Occupancy Rate and ADR to provide an overview of a hotels performance.Learn more about calculating RevPAR
Our goal is to build the most elegant, simple, and easy to use guest experience platform on the market so that hotels can focus more on great hospitality.
These are just a few reasons why cloud-based pms systems like Pitaya are the future of the hospitality industry. Pitaya is building the future of hospitality tools to enable you to work more efficiently, with reduced over head, and in a safer manner.
Pitaya staff works directly with hoteliers to assist in the transition from one PMS system to Pitaya. In the past this used to be a daunting task but with Pitaya’s staff at your side and your modern processes in place we eliminate all of the hassle for you during the transition period.
Our philosophy here at Pitaya is that the guest experience begins the moment they reach a touch point (website, social media, etc.) and it never ends.