Hard Rock Hotels in Bali and Pattaya Choose Pelican System

Agt 18 , 2004
Hard Rock Hotels in Bali (Indonesia) and Pattaya (Thailand) have signed an agreement to implement Pelican System (Version 2.0) to assist the hotels in rates management and allotment distribution. This agreement also applies to the remaining number of the eight hotels managed by HPL Hotels & Resorts (Singapore), including Concorde Hotels, Casa del Mar - Langkawi, The Lakehouse - Cameron Highlands and Rihiveli Beach Resort - Maldives. The implementation schedule is expected to be completed soon, and will go live on 16 September 2004.

Pelican System is a hotel distribution and reservation scheme that will enable Hard Rock Hotels in Bali and Pattaya to distribute their rates to various market segments, including Internet users, travel agents and corporate clients. With Pelican, hotels can open their room allotment access to thousands of travel agents and corporate clients worldwide without losing control, thus allowing better service through providing instant confirmation to all agents / corporate clients, regardless of size.

"We want to provide better service to all our business partners, including travel agents and corporate clients. With Pelican System we will be able to provide room allotments to all, with easy instant confirmation of every reservation made through our website" said Mr. Edmund Nicholas, Vice President of Marketing from HPL Hotels & Resort.

Added Mr. Nicholas, "With Pelican System, we will be able to reach out to geographical markets where we do not have a local sales representative. In addition, it also allows us to build our own worldwide agents' network, attracting interest by providing access to our rates and allotment facilities." Pelican System's allotment structure will allow hotels to set room allotments based on a rate category. At a final stage, a hotel may set a higher room allotment allowance for upper rate categories, to achieve a greater overall yield of hotel revenue.

About Hard Rock Hotels

Hard Rock Hotel Bali Asia's first Hard Rock Hotel, covering a prime three hectares site at the heart of Bali's entertainment and shopping district, features 418 tribute rooms and luxury suites, alongside six cutting edge food and beverages outlets. A paradise for couples, families and singles.

Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya

Overlooking the eastern shores of the Gulf of Thailand, 320-room Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya is a jewel in the heart of the city with its internationally famed image. It brings a unique style and first class entertainment to town!

About Concorde Hotels

The Concorde Hotels are value for money hotels that cater to both the leisure as well as business travellers. Each Concorde hotel is conveniently located and provides quality service. There are five Concorde Hotels in Asia and they are Concorde Hotel Singapore, in Malaysia - Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Concorde Hotel Shah Alam, Concorde Inn Kuala Lumpur International Airport and in Australia - Concorde Hotel Gold Coast, will a total of 2,088 rooms. For more information, visit www.concorde.net About HPL Hotels & Resorts Headquartered in Singapore, HPL Hotels & Resorts is a hospitality management company, operated and wholly owned by a Singapore main-board listed, Hotel Properties Limited (HPL). Associated with some of the most prominent brands, HPL operates luxury resorts, business hotels, theme hotels and hotel apartments worldwide, offering distinct experiences ranging from lifestyle hotels to adventure and eco-tourism. Today, HPL Hotels & Resorts manages the activities of 10 hotels and resorts in Asia Pacific and the Indian Ocean, with a total of 2,920 rooms. These include Concorde Hotel Singapore, Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Concorde Hotel Shah Alam, Concorde Inn Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Concorde Hotel Gold Coast - Australia, Hard Rock Hotels in Bali - Indonesia and Pattaya - Thailand, Casa del Mar in Langkawi - Malaysia, The Lakehouse in Cameron Highlands - Malaysia, and Rihiveli Beach Resort in Maldives. For more information, visit www.hplhotels.com.