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Trivago unveils Travel Advice Calendars

Trivago unveils Travel Advice Calendars

8th Nov 2014 Travel Technology News

Hotel search website trivago.co.uk has unveiled its new Travel Advice Calendars which show the most affordable and most expensive months to visit top destinations. The website claims its latest offering could provide significant savings for holidaymakers.

Brits Account for 29% of World Cup Searches

Brits Account for 29% of World Cup Searches

5th Oct 2013 Tourism News

Travellers have already started searching for their hotels during the 2014 FIFA World Cup, according to hotel comparison website Trivago. Brits accounted for 29.1 per cent of all hotel searches made on trivago during June, July and August 2013 for any Brazilian city during the World Cup period.

Expedia to take stake in trivago

Expedia to take stake in trivago

26th Dec 2012 Travel Technology News

Expedia has announced entry into a definitive agreement to acquire a 61.6 per cent equity position in trivago, a leading metasearch company headquartered in Dusseldorf, Germany, for total consideration of €477 million. The deal includes €434 million in cash as well as €43 million in Expedia common stock.

The BTN interview: Malte Siewert, MD, trivago GmbH

The BTN interview: Malte Siewert, MD, trivago GmbH

11th Apr 2012 Focus

BTN catches up with Malte Siewert, managing director of trivago GmbH, to find out how London hotels are faring in the build up to the Olympics 2012, innovations in the online travel space, the changing role of social media and why apartment rentals are on his radar.

European room rates delcine

European room rates delcine

18th Jun 2011 Hotel News Tourism News

The European hotel industry has seen room rates decline this month. Whereas a standard double room cost 117 pounds in May, the European average has fallen four pounds to 113 pounds per night. 35 of the tHPI’s 50 cities have seen overnight costs fall at least a few percent, and eleven of those saw rates fall more than ten percent.

European hotel prices slide over debt fears

European hotel prices slide over debt fears

10th Jun 2010 Hotel News

Hotel prices in cities across Europe have fallen for the first time since the beginning of the year, as sovereign debt fears across the Continent, and the spectre of a double dip recession, spark travellers into cutting travel expenditure.