The premium booker market broadly splits between two groups – “high-quality” and “luxury” bookers. In this article, we offer insights to help you attract the more practical, value-driven “high-quality” group
Cleanliness is currently top of mind for travellers, with customer mentions of “clean” and “safety” in questions to partners up by 61%. We explore how you can update your listing to meet guest concerns
The growth of online payments in recent years has seen the use of eWallets surpass debit cards in some markets. Morten Larsen, Head of Product Marketing at Booking.com, explores the potential impact of such trends on the travel industry
Travelers may be returning, but they’re coming back with new and different priorities. Meeting the demand for greater safety and hygiene measures while also operating more sustainably will require creative thinking. Read the guide to learn how you can strike this balance.
Sustainability is no longer a fence for the travel industry to sit on. Booking.com’s annual sustainability research shows just how serious travelers are about reducing their travel footprint and choosing businesses that help them travel sustainably
Through global partnerships, industry initiatives, and product development, Booking.com is driving its commitment to sustainable travel. Bea de Andres, Head of Sustainability – Core Business, shares how partners are being supported on this journey
About a third of the food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted. Given that food can represent a significant cost, reducing waste has huge savings potential – and a positive impact on your environmental footprint.
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