Oriens Travel & Hotel Management Corp. said Wednesday that it will handle booking and reservations for the Jacó Rays professional soccer team.
The second-division Jacó team will be using the Daystar stadium. Patrick Hundley, principal of Daystar Properties, is building the multimillion dollar stadium for the community which also will be used as a host site for the Womens under 17 World Cup next year, of which Jacó has been selected as a host community.
For an area that is rapidly growing in tourism and retirement communities, the amenities and infrastructure the new stadium will offer “greatly increases the general value for Jacó Beach real estate and other international investments,” said Ken Chua, resident of Oriens Travel & Hotel Management, which is based in Las Vegas, Nevada.
He said that implementing the company’s reservations system in this arena will further demonstrate the sophistication and versatility of the online booking engine and will certainly help to solidify the firm’s growing position within Central
“This new stadium will be a major upgrade from the facility where the Jacó Rays currently play,” Chua added. “As the Jacó Rays continue to become a big draw in the central Pacific, having the ability to seamlessly manage electronic ticket sales, booking hotel/stadium specials and other entertainment hospitality related reservation services, will be of the utmost importance to ownership. Oriens can provide the ownership with these necessary tools.”