Treebo Hotels launches Hotel Superhero

The platform will give small hotel owners access to hotel management technology and quality control support

Treebo Hotels launches Hotel Superhero
Treebo Hotels launches Hotel Superhero

New Delhi’s Treebo Hotels has launched a platform called Hotel Superhero to provide access to benefits that will empower small and medium-sized hotels.

Hotel Superhero’s benefits include hotel management technology, quality control support, staff training support, pre-screened vendors, credit facility, management of property's OTA (online travel agency) listings and dynamic pricing solutions.

The platform was introduced to help hotel owners get additional sales through the company’s own online and offline distribution channels.

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The company has added over 100 hotel properties across Mumbai, Kochi, NCR, Mysuru and Bengaluru as part of the Hotel Superhero model.

Treebo Hotels’ co-founder Sidharth Gupta said: "With Hotel Superhero, we are opening up the full suite of our offerings to everyone. Hotel owners can pick and choose which parts of Treebo's capabilities they want to work with."

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