Hotels.com announces strategic alliance with Booking.com

December 7, 2019
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This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

Thanks to this new alliance, Hoteles.net integrates in its platform the entire portfolio of the multinational champion in the sale of hotels online.

Hoteles.net, the online accommodation booking website, has begun an important process of expansion in the hotel sector after its recent integration with the Booking.com reference website.

The objective of this agreement is to increase its presence in new markets, improving and increasing its product portfolio nationally and internationally. Its closest goal is to offer the most complete hotel offer available within the sector to its millions of users.

Their listings of accommodations have reached the figures of 18,276 establishments in Spain, 212,443 establishments in Europe and 236,546 in the world.

This union provides, in turn, significant improvements in the price, range and coverage of your product, while assigning the possibility of opting for a centralized payment and billing service through the reserved establishment itself.

Hotels.com becomes a member of Booking.com

Both companies have expressed their satisfaction with the agreement, considering that greater value will be added to the service offered for the end customer.

"It is time to continue strengthening our working model and there is no doubt that we have chosen the best ally for it."

— Francisco Javier López Martínez, CEO of Hoteles.net

This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

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