Booking.com, Ctrip, Skyscanner, TripAdvisor and Visa join forces with the Duke of Sussex in first-of-its-kind industry-wide initiative dedicated to exploring and promoting solutions to make all travel more sustainable
Destination decision-making is a complex process, and the needs and wants of guests vary widely. However, one critical piece of information that every booking is informed by is location tagging. Here are our top tips on getting it right
From updating your policies, rooms and rates, to reviewing important performance data and guest messaging, the Extranet is an indispensable tool for our partners. We heard from the Booking.com team in Israel about an interesting initiative they collaborated on with Fattal Hotel Group
With peak season almost coming to a close, we spoke to Paul Downham, Vice President of Customer Service at Booking.com, to learn more about this vital part of the business and find out about his first season at the helm
While all-inclusive holidays may be making a resurgence, there is still demand for more choice and flexibility. Daniele Perotti, Director New Business at Booking.com explores the opportunity of extra-services
Whether you are a single apartment or a hotel with hundreds of rooms, managing your availability across multiple channels can be a challenging task. So, how can you approach this and avoid overbookings?
You can't get rid of cancellations altogether, but the aim is to avoid the harmful ones and find ways to respond to those that are less detrimental. The second part of our series on cancellations delves into some of the ways you can address this issue
Cancellations can be a real pain-point, and we understand the impact it can have on our partners. In the first of a two-part series, we explore why not all cancellations are bad for your business and why understanding the context is the first step