Why does Booking.com verify property locations?
Since we have millions of properties and guests around the world, it’s important that the information shown 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 info right from the booking stage to ensure positive guest experiences and managed expectations. Our main focus is to make sure that every property on our website is genuine, whether it's in a remote rural area or a popular urban destination. Verification depends on the property's location and the owner’s access to it, so the process 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 info? Find out what property verification involves.
Working together with Booking.com
- How do I add a co-host to my property listing?
- What are the benefits of working with Booking.com?
- What will my property page look like on Booking.com?
- What commission do I pay Booking.com and when do I pay it?
- Why isn't my property live and bookable?
- Why is my property visible on other websites?
- How does Booking.com work for property owners?
- Step-by-step guidance along your journey with Booking.com
- What are Booking.com’s hospitality standards?
- What’s the Minimal Cleanliness Score Commitment?
- All you need to know about Japan’s Go To Travel campaign
- Partner support from Booking.com
- Taking advantage of our Welcome Back America campaign