New booking site by TotalStay launches for global travel agents

November 5, 2019
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TotalStay's new platform offers optimized features that provide over 20,000 travel agents across the world a suite of tools to access, search and book from over 250,000 hotels in 10,000 destinations, worldwide.

Totalstay, part of WebBeds - the world’s second largest and fastest growing B2B accommodation provider to the travel trade - has launched a brand new booking website for global travel agents.

The new website contains enhancements that provide more than 20,000 travel agents worldwide with a powerful tool to access, search and book more than 250,000 hotels in 10,000 destinations. retains many of the existing features much-loved by travel agents and adds new functionality to make searching and booking hotels faster, easier and more intuitive.

Just some of the new features include:

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