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Above Property believes strongly in working smart.

Above Property® is a cloud-based travel software company with deep knowledge of travel and hospitality technologies. Above Property was formed in 2013 to create the new standard for speed, flexibility and stability for travel and hospitality CRS (Central Reservation System), Revenue Management, and Property Management solutions.

Our roots in travel and hospitality software go back to 1992 and the Executive Technologies Gold One Central Reservation and Call Center software. The company founder and many key employees have been working together for decades and the systems they have written are in use all over the world. 

Our technology philosophy dictates using the very latest technology, software development tools and methods to ensure the most cutting edge products.

Decades in the trenches. 100%
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  • Technology For Independent Hotels 2019 - Part 1 September 16, 2019
    It has been said that the hospitality industry has entered into the age of the independent hotel. A number of factors appear to bear this out to be fact. The emergence of “soft” hotel brands and the boutique hotel; the movement on the part of travelers toward finding locally authentic experiences in their accommodation choices; […]
  • Hospitality News For The Week Of 9/13/19 September 13, 2019
    The overall economic impact of the US hotel industryA study of the overall economic impact of the U.S. hotel industry over the past several years was released this week. The “Economic Impact of the U.S. Hotel Industry” was conducted by Oxford Economics and sponsored by the American Hotel & Lodging Association and the American Hotel […]
  • Hospitality News For The Week Of 9/6/19 September 6, 2019
    As Dorian moves away, Bahamas hotels plan recoveryOver Labor Day weekend the Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the Bahamas as an intense Category 5 storm. The hurricane brought sustained winds of over 185 mph to the northern Bahama islands, including Grand Bahama and Great Abaco leaving severe damage and flooding in its wake. Bahamas Ministry […]