Tag Archives: Booking

Google sneakily releases resort reservation website– Traveling Weekly

Tech giant Google has quietly launched its fully-fledged destination booking site for hotels, with trends and flight deals among the features. With Google Hotel Search, the company now offers its own direct service for hotel bookings – a move away from providing its own external links for booking through third-party providers directly. The new service comes with a few advantages over a third-party provider, with similar search filters, but the main reason to opt for Google’s new hotel booking service is its ability to synchronise across the company’s line-up […]

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Google introduces resort search, scheduling internet site â $” Google Hot …

Google quietly unveiled its new product — Google Hotels — a hotel search, booking website. News about the site was announced in a blog post on March 7, by Richard Holden, Google’s vice president of product management for travel.   According to Holden the company uses its famous search operation to provide clients with a more customised experience. For instance, once users decide on a destination and look for flights, a price insight feature — that shows whether prices are high, typical or low compared to what they […]

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Start-up Phase: FlyGRN incorporates trip reserving with automati …

FlyGRN FlyGRN uses a portion of the commission it receives for flight bookings to support carbon offsetting projects, such as a solar panel initiative in India that displaces fossil fuels. Travelers receive a CO2 certificate in the mail to verify the transaction. FlyGRN also pays to plant a tree in India for every €100 travelers spend booking hotels and car rentals via its partners. Describe both the business and technology aspects of your startup. As FlyGRN, our main purpose is to accelerate emission reductions in the travel […]

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CruiseWire Launches Ingenious Reservation Engine – Cruise Ship Sector …

CruiseWire, an online travel agency, announced the launch of its cruise booking website designed primarily around one-way cruise travel, according to a press release. With over 25,000 cruises sailing to 121 countries available on CruiseWire.com, this platform offers 11 cruise lines to deliver a new search experience, with the introduction of their revolutionary back-to-back cruise search. “Using cruise ships for one-way travel has always been possible, but it’s incredibly difficult to find the perfect combination of back to back cruises that visit every city that travelers want […]

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Upright Reservation U.S.A. Continuouslies Boost Its Customer Listing in N.

PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ – Vertical Booking USA, a globally recognized, hospitality industry technology company, is proud to announce their selection as the primary provider of reservations technology for many prestigious, award-winning hotels chains, with new deals closed in the third quarter of 2018. “It has been a very exciting year for Vertical Booking USA, as we’ve experienced tremendous growth in the highly competitive North American market,” said Mark Lewis-Brown, CEO and President of Vertical Booking USA. “We have added new team members in every department, […]

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11 Tactics to Save Cash When Reserving Trip

Fly on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday Like any other industry, airline flight prices depend on supply and demand. Prices are cheaper when there’s less demand, and that’s typically during the week, said James Filsinger, president and chief executive of Yapta, a website that tracks airfare and hotel prices. “Instead of flying with the masses on a Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday, travel on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday and you’ll find that prices are lower,” he said. “Essentially, do your best to ‘zig’ when the rest of […]

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