US, ORLANDO – One of the top global travel wholesalers, HotelsPro announced that they have experienced 31% booking growth for US destinations after launching their new office in Orlando, Lake Mary, earlier this year.
HotelsPro moved its NYC office to Orlando at the end of the February to serve better to its US clients. The company recorded strong growth in number of hotel reservations during the first quarter of 2016. The growth was the strongest in the US market of the HotelsPro’s operations, resulting in a massive increase of 31% in bookings.
According to HotelsPro authorities, top ten sold destinations in the US are San Francisco with 48% increase, New York with 35% increase, Boston with 35% increase, Washington with 33% increase, Las Vegas with 30% increase, Chicago with 30 % increase, Miami with 23% increase, Los Angeles with 20 % increase, San Diego with 19% increase and Orlando with 17% increase in number of bookings out of all destinations in the US.
Susan Barjan, the Regional Manager of HotelsPro Americas said, “We are very excited about our 31% growth to all possible destinations in the USA. We believe that this exceptional growth is a result of our strategic and integrated approach and our competitively priced hotel, transfer and activity products. We look forward to deepening our ties with industry suppliers and the travel professionals we work with to offer improved services to our current and future clients”.
With its state-of-art online reservation system, HotelsPro gives seamless access to more than 285,000 hotels in more than 190 countries within 160 source markets. The company now has its offices in Istanbul, Dubai, London, Shanghai and Orlando.
It was also officially announced that HotelsPro is all set to participate in the U.S. Travel Association’s IPW which is going to take place in New Orleans, Louisiana from 18 June through 20 June this year. HotelsPro formally welcomed all travel professionals including travel technology companies to visit them at Stand No. 1756 through a recent official statement.