Why does Booking.com verify property locations?
Since we have millions of properties and guests around the world, it’s important that the information we show on Booking.com is 100% accurate.
We market properties across multiple search engines and on affiliate websites, so it’s vital that we show guests the correct information right from the booking stage. This ensures their expectations are managed and their experiences are positive.
Our primary focus is to ensure that every property on our website is genuine, whether that’s in a remote rural area or a popular urban destination. The verification of properties depends on their location and the owner’s accessibility to the property, so it might take a little longer in some cases.
If we need help verifying your property, our support team will contact you to discuss it.
Need more information? Find out what property verification involves.
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