Hotelbeds expands portfolio with 10,000 new hotels

The new hotels that have signed-up for Hotelbeds platform are mainly in North America and Asia-Pacific

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The new hotels that have signed-up for Hotelbeds platform are mainly in North America and Asia-Pacific.

 

At the ITB Berlin, Hotelbeds, one of the world’s leading bed banks confirmed that it has increased its hotel partners by 10,000.

In early February, the company announced that following the acquisitions of Tourico Holidays and GTA into its business, 90 per cent of its hotel partners have access to over 60,000 travel buying intermediaries that use the Hotelbeds platform. Currently a total of 180,000 unique hotels are available on its system.

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This growth, according to the company, has been driven by providing hotel partners with complementary bookings from both non-domestic source markets and B2B buyers – including tour operators, retail travel agents, airline websites and loyalty and reward point’s schemes.

 

 

  

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