The last stop on the ReservationKey Mexico tour was at Casa Obelisco in San Poncho, about an hour drive north of Puerto Vallarta. John and Judi Levens graciously agreed to host me at their luxurious four bedroom bed and breakfast. They built this villa about ten years ago to be their dream home plus give them something to do in their semi-retirement. They live on the top floor and the four guestrooms are located on the lower, poolside, level. As they Levens also ran a Mexican art gallerty, they are experts in the local handicrafts and styles which they used to decorate throughout the villa. Especially unique is the large flower “obelisco” mosaic they commissioned for the floor of the pool.
Now that the Mexico trip is over, we will be back in full gear finishing up a few new credit card integration options, as well as a number of other interesting features. We also are welcoming the many new users that have recently signed up with our service, and helping them get up and running. Lots of former Webervations users (especially Webervations 2.0) are finding us to be a great replacement for that system, as it is being discontinued. And many Webervations users that are on 1.0/Pro are also switching over since they are looking for a more modern system, and also one where they don’t need both a “desktop” backend system and web reservation system. With ReservationKey, we offer a complete package so only one system is needed. Most B&B’s are budget conscious, but still want a system that can handle the majority of their needs. These users often feel like they are being forced to upgrade to systems that are much more expensive and often aren’t always exactly what they need. So they are glad to find us, and we are happy to welcome them on board!