The Booking Engine can include both rooms and packages and allows you to add simple texts and a photo album. You can also create multiple rate types.
Very simple booking process
The Booking Engine is easy to use: within a few simple steps, your website visitor becomes a booked guest.
Including free listing in Google Hotels!
Hoteliers.com is an official Google integration partner. This means that all hotels using the Hoteliers.com booking engine are automatically published with a free listing in the organic results of Google Hotels.
Add upselling options
The booking process also offers upselling opportunities, such as breakfast or a bottle of wine on arrival.
If you wish, your guests can fill in a review after their stay, which you can post on your website.
Integration with your website
The Booking Engine can be seamlessly integrated with your own website, in your own corporate identity.
Linked to your Channel Manager and PMS
Rates and availability can be updated manually, or via a link with your Channel Manager or PMS.
A booking engine, also known as a booking module, is software placed on a hotel's website that allows visitors to make an online hotel reservation. The booking engine is usually linked to the system that hotels use to process reservations, the Property Management System (PMS).
An important advantage of a booking engine is that visitors can immediately see the availability and prices on the hotel's own website and make a reservation. Because the visitor books directly with the hotel, no commission has to be paid to intermediaries, such as an online travel agency. The hotel can then share these savings with the guest in the form of a free welcome drink, a discount or an upgrade.
Ease of use and security are the most important characteristics that any booking engine must possess. Ease of use means that the booking process must be as simple as possible for the visitor. It is also crucial that the data entered by the visitor is processed in a secure manner; personal data must be processed in accordance with the GDPR regulations and the storage of payment data must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS).