Cloudbeds Grows in Europe Focusing on the Spanish Market as it Contributes to Hotel Industry Relaunch

The global leader in hospitality technology reinforces its long-standing presence in Europe by expanding their team and activities in a promising Spanish market. A local team of digital, technology and hospitality professionals will contribute to enhance the adaptation of technological solutions across Spanish the hotel industry while boosting hotel digitalization, especially among independent hotels.

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Cloudbeds, a unified and powerful hotel software platform for accommodations of all sizes, consolidates its strong position in Europe by growing in Spain, aiming at leveraging the promising forecasts and Spanish market growth potential. The goal is to become a key partner for the Spanish hotel industry and assist them in their efforts to digitize their business as they work for the recovery and relaunch of tourism following the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We firmly believe in Spain’s strong recovery perspectives; that is why we are continuing to heavily invest in the market and expand our presence”, says Adam Harris, CEO, and co-founder of Cloudbeds. The local Spanish team features a multidisciplinary group of individuals featuring digital capabilities in several areas, ranging from technological development and marketing to hospitality consultants, sales, and customer care specialists.

Founded in 2012, Cloudbeds is currently present in more than 40 countries, including several European locations. “Europe has been a relevant part of our story, in fact, half of our team members are based in this continent, some of them from the very beginning of our operations”, recalls Harris.

Cloudbeds has already confirmed its participation in FITUR 2021 as a Travel Technology Pavilion exhibitor (Pabellón 8) and as a speaker in key events such as FITURTECHY. Here, the Cloudbeds team leaders will address the technologies and tools that will determine the future of hospitality, along with the challenges and opportunities of digitalization in the travel industry whilst in the midst of travel recovery.


Spain’s travel come back: stronger and more digital

The global company pioneers the development of simple and comprehensive technological hospitality solutions, which are easy to implement and have a minimal learning curve. Thanks to Cloudbeds, hotels of all sizes will reduce the complexity of using several platforms for lodging management. The powerful Cloudbeds suite features a streamlined migration process and provides property managers all the tools needed to manage their businesses, as well as to optimize operations and revenue.

"Despite that, we are globally facing challenging times in the travel industry, we are really positive about the long-term outlook for Spain, as travel and hospitality will return”, explains Harris, who underlines that “hospitality is evolving faster than ever and we would like to contribute to preparing Spanish properties to make a qualitative leap in the use of technology embracing digital transformation, to help them to continue to do what they know and monetize, being great hosts for their guests”.

In 2021, Cloudbeds has received several awards for their technology and their work environments, such as the prestigious HotelTechAwards as the best PMS and the Best Hotel Booking Engine. Furthermore, HotelTechReport acknowledged Cloudbeds with the Global Hotelier's Choice award and featured them in the list of 10 Best Places to Work in the technology sector.


About Cloudbeds

Cloudbeds is the fastest growing hospitality management software suite in the world, providing tools to manage properties of all types and sizes – building revenue, driving bookings, and increasing operational efficiencies. Trusted by more than 20,000 hotels, hostels, inns, and alternative accommodations in more than 155 countries, the Cloudbeds suite includes a powerful PMS, a leading Channel Manager, and a conversion-driven Booking Engine. Through access to 300+ integrations available via the marketplace, Cloudbeds helps properties unify their management, reservations, and booking systems, grow revenue, and automate workflows with confidence and ease. Founded in 2012, Cloudbeds has expanded to more than 400 people with local teams in 40 countries.