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Currently not possible - in response to a government request they put a blanket ban on all UK reservations until 9th May (or until restrictions are lifted).
Easy fix for them & they've yet to be bothered to help so-called partners by allowing exceptions (as the Brit Govn has done) like other OTAs.
We wait for booking.com to understand the meaning of Partnership.
I'm in the UK & am open for Key Workers... and I have some staying!
Booking.com need to do as expedia, tripadvisor, AirBNB & many others have done - allow such businesses to trade via booking.com as exceptions.
Now that booking.com took the obvious, straightforward & sensible option of preventing bookings they need to pull their fingers out & allow exceptions where the property states "For Key Workers Only".
This would be of direct support to their "Partners", would support Key Services struggling to accommodate staff & help keep the businesses booking.com depends on for revenue alive!
Come on booking.com!