Seamlessly Integrate all your systems

With a POS connection, you can run your front desk, restaurant, and bar all from a single system.



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Offer your guests ‘charge-to-room’

Can you charge it to my room? Hoteliers often hear this when they have multiple POS facilities available on their property.  A hotel POS automatically adds a charge to a guest’s final payment, rather than making staff manually add in expenses throughout the guest’s stay.


Analyze performance with detailed financial reporting

POS sales are automatically synched in your RoomRaccoon’s accounting connectivity for a complete overview of your revenue and property’s performance metrics.


Our POS Partners 

 Seamlessly integrate your RoomRaccoon PMS with a POS solution to streamline your hotel revenue management.


Better guest experience, and staff efficiency   

It goes without saying that billing errors are normally a source of frustration for guests. By eliminating errors via automation, hoteliers can help to ensure a pleasant guest experience upon check-out. .




1. What is a PMS-POS integration?

When Point-Of-Sale (POS) and Property Management Systems (PMS) ‘talk’, they communicate guest purchases with their room numbers. This streamlines the process of charging restaurant sales and other charges to a guest’s room.


2. What is the difference between a hotel PMS and a hotel POS?

Hotels use a PMS to manage their daily front desk tasks like booking reservations, allocating rooms, check-out guests and, managing rates, etc.  A POS adds another layer to this automatic process by integrating a hotel’s restaurant or bar to manage guests’ purchases from a centralised point. 


3. How does a POS integration for hotels work?

It’s very simple. Through the interface, the POS system queries the PMS in real-time to verify the guest status and room number, and then automatically posts the charge to the relevant folio number within the PMS. This gives staff more time to focus on guest service and eliminates billing errors commonly caused by misplaced tickets and typos.