Booking.com brings BookingSuite to market

Booking.com brings BookingSuite to market

Booking.com has announced the launch of BookingSuite, a new unit of Booking.com that helps accommodation providers grow their businesses and brands through next-generation technology and distribution expertise.

Booking.com today partners with more than 625,000 accommodation providers to offer travellers around the world the best places to stay for every budget.

Now with the launch of BookingSuite, Booking.com is extending its distribution expertise to accommodation providers so they can more effectively grow their businesses and brands.

BookingSuite offers cloud-based software solutions to accommodation providers worldwide.

BookingSuite’s first product - mobile-optimised websites - is engineered to drive organic bookings and give accommodation owners a sophisticated web presence with full content control.

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BookingSuite enables its partners to keep pace with fast-moving technology by continuously updating its products at no extra cost to partners.

The result is future-proofed solutions and one less thing to worry about for busy accommodation providers.

“BookingSuite property websites represent a great leap forward for the industry, said Rob Ransom, director of BookingSuite.

“For the first time, accommodation providers in all regions of the world can benefit from a high-quality online presence with no financial risk and no operational and technical headaches.

“BookingSuite eliminates time and resources wasted with traditional website development and management, enabling partners to benefit immediately from a strong online presence.”

BookingSuite’s newest product, WebDirect, is for Booking.com partners who want a sophisticated web presence with minimal effort and no financial risk.

WebDirect customers only pay when a reservation is made through their booking engine and results in a stay by guests, making WebDirect effectively risk-free. 

There are no other fees or charges.