HOTELS & RESORTS

 

HOTEL AND RESORT
SPECIALIZATION

Relationships

Summit Strategies is a preferred merchant processing partner for the most highly recognized public REITs, private equity firms, private owners and best-in-class management companies in the hospitality industry. Our hotel and resorts clients span across the United States with continued aggressive growth.  

Our Clients' Hotels

Full-Service Branded, Luxury Resorts, Independent Lifestyle and Boutique, Extended Stay, All-Suites, Inns, Conference and Convention Center, Airport and College Campus Hotels.

Industry Experience 

Summit's founder has been in the commercial real estate asset management industry for over 30 years, which brings with it a full-understanding and team approach to hotel asset management and property operations. 

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MERCHANT SERVICES
CONCIERGE SUPPORT SERVICES

Our "White Glove Concierge Support Services" was developed to provide corporate and property finance teams with a merchant services experience that is extremely personal, responsive, requires less hands-on and much more enjoyable.

 

Each member of our client services team is dedicated to giving you the gift of time with prompt resolutions to create more opportunities for you to attend to your daily job responsibilities.

 

Complimentary "White Glove Concierge Support Services" include: 

  • Start to finish support through on-boarding and transition 

  • Cutover authorizations and batch reconciliation support

  • Direct-dial support line 

  • EMV project management 

  • Chargeback defense support 

  • Interchange qualification/optimization and downgrade review on request 

  • Ad-hoc custom reporting training as required

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INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR
HOTELS AND RESORTS 

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ENERGY SUPPLY PROCUREMENT AND
BRANDED ATM SERVICES

Our hotel clients also take advantage of our partners' expertise in the energy sector to reduce electric and gas supply rates where possible and our ATM branding and revenue share program.

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