Noble House Hotels & Resorts, which operates a collection of 25 unique, experience-driven hotels and resorts, has implemented Duetto, hospitality’s leading software as a service provider of revenue strategy solutions, across its portfolio of bespoke properties. Offering beachside resorts, ski destinations, urban retreats, and hidden gems, each property has its own segmentation, pricing, and promotion structure. As such, the company needed a sophisticated revenue management platform to assist leadership in building a connected commercial strategy.
Noble House had been working with a pricing solutions provider for a few years, but when the company took over Jekyll Island Club Resort, which was running revenue on Duetto, the team was able to see the full functionality of the Duetto Revenue Strategy Platform. The decision was taken to roll out Duetto to all Noble House properties.
“Duetto’s Open Pricing methodology was a big draw because it enables us to manage all of our promotions and partners without opening and closing each individual channel,” said Darrell Stark, VP of Revenue Management & Distribution at Noble House Hotels & Resorts. “Once we took over Jekyll Island and had a chance to see Duetto’s sophisticated applications in action and work closely with the Customer Success Team, it was an easy decision to move all other properties onto the Duetto platform.”
“We’re delighted to welcome Noble House Hotels & Resorts to Duetto. They have an amazing collection of properties, and their company culture is also very aligned with ours here at Duetto,” said David Woolenberg, CEO, Duetto. “We firmly believe that great revenue management starts and ends with the guest and that everyone can be part of the commercial success of a hotel. That ethos is also at the heart of Noble House. We look forward to growing this partnership in the years ahead.”
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