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Articles tagged “booking.com”

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Closes In on 1.5 Million Verified Listings to Build Trust

To verify 7.7 million listings, as untold numbers are constantly dropping off and new ones are added in more than 220 countries, is a daunting task. By its nature, this will be an imperfect process.

Airbnb Closes In on 1.5 Million Verified Listings to Build Trust

Online Travel

Tripadvisor Isn’t as Dependent on Its 2 Biggest Advertisers Anymore

As Tripadvisor's decade-old bet on Viator is paying off, Tripadvisor has become less reliant on advertising from Expedia and Booking.com.

Tripadvisor Isn’t as Dependent on Its 2 Biggest Advertisers Anymore

Online Travel

Booking.com Hit With $530 Million Fine From Spanish Regulators

Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel said the company would appeal the Spanish competition authority's $530 million draft decision if it becomes permanent.

Booking.com Hit With $530 Million Fine From Spanish Regulators

Hotels

Radisson Hotel Group Expands India Presence With 21 Hotel Signings – India Report

During 2023, Radisson Hotel Group in India took some major decisions, such as bringing the Radisson Collection brand to the country. As part of its strategic expansion, it is now looking at tier 2 and 3 markets.

Radisson Hotel Group Expands India Presence With 21 Hotel Signings – India Report

Online Travel

Tina Fey and Glenn Close Star in Booking.com Super Bowl Commercial

Barring last-minute entries, Booking.com may be the only travel company advertising nationally during Super Bowl 2024. However, given that Booking.com's annual sales and marketing spend exceeds $7 billion, the expense is certainly doable.

Tina Fey and Glenn Close Star in Booking.com Super Bowl Commercial

Airlines

Google’s Flight Search Changes in Europe Get Thumbs Down from eDreams Odigeo

As the saying goes about changes to the way Google displays flights, the devil will be in the details.

Google’s Flight Search Changes in Europe Get Thumbs Down from eDreams Odigeo

Tour Operators

Klook Launches Banking Partnership to Bolster Thai Travel to Japan

Klook's partnership with Krungsri signals its first step in growing its Pan-Asian travel marketplace footprint since its funding raise at the end of last year.

Klook Launches Banking Partnership to Bolster Thai Travel to Japan

Online Travel

Booking Holdings CEO Recalls Road Back From Reverse Stock Split to $3,500 Per Share

One challenge for struggling travel SPACs beyond their stock prices is to create something new that's truly valuable to their customers. Booking.com did just that years ago, although others have caught up in the interim.

Booking Holdings CEO Recalls Road Back From Reverse Stock Split to $3,500 Per Share

Short-Term Rentals

The Bearish Outlook for Airbnb — and Why It’s Wrong: Analyst

Bernstein emphasizes a non-standard measure, customer growth rather than room night growth, to assess Airbnb versus rivals. That's because Airbnb has more multi-bedroom properties than it did pre-Covid. That's out-of-the-box thinking.

The Bearish Outlook for Airbnb — and Why It’s Wrong: Analyst

Hotels

Hopper Has a Hotel Chain Problem

Hopper is under pressure to get profitable, and an IPO may be in its long-range plans. Blowback against some of its fintech products and issues with hotel chains, aren't helping.

Hopper Has a Hotel Chain Problem