Cloudbeds Aims to Be Hospitality Management on Overdrive

Destiny A. Lopez  |

When one is on vacation, nothing is worse than having deal with a hospitality service, especially within the lodging sector, that proves to be inadequate. From a room that is not ready upon arrival, to problems with payments, to losing one’s reservation information, the lack of management, these days, can be easily exposed. Cloudbeds, a tech company, aims to empower lodging businesses, from big chains to a family owned bed and breakfast, with tools that, in the end, are about making guests happy.

Headquartered in San Diego, California, Cloudbeds provides a hotel management system software that, according to the company’s official website, connects property to hundreds of channels with real-time, two-way integration. The software streamlines the following tasks:

  • Property Management System, which is a drag-and-drop way to manage rooms.
  • Channel Manager, that helps find new markets for your beds, minus the fees.
  • Booking Engine, which is a commission-free and mobile optimized booking engine that results in an increase in direct reservations.
  • Limitless Integrations, which provides access for interaction to over 500 operations, management and productivity apps, including email marketing, accounting, and CRM tools.

“Our goal is to help streamline connectivity between independent hotels and their customers using the latest innovations in software,” stated CEO Adam Harris and COO Richard Castle. “If we can improve the efficiency of their business, we can save them time and money. And that’s the whole point. Our mission is to stand firmly beside hoteliers and champion their needs."

With over 200 million bookings have been processed thanks to the company’s software, Cloudbeds is positioned to be a trusted name within the hospitality sector. When management is less stress and organized, and customers are satisfied and happy, that’s whats called a win-win. “Every day, we make decisions that answer one question: “Does this make it easier and cheaper for independent hoteliers to run their business?,” stated Harris and Castle. “We only move forward if the answer is a resounding ‘yes’.”

To learn more about Cloudbeds, visit

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