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Booking.com is a travel fare aggregator website and travel metasearch engine for lodging reservations of Dutch origin. Since 2005, it has been owned and operated by United States-based The Priceline Group.

The website lists approximately 1,200,000 properties in 225 countries and books 1,200,000 room nights per day. The site is available in 40 languages.

In 2013, the site accounted for more than two thirds of the revenue of The Priceline Group [1].

The world’s number one website for booking hotels and other accommodation [2].

  • Founded in 1996 in Amsterdam
  • Part of the Priceline Group (PCLN) since 2005
  • 600,000+ properties including 245,000+ vacation rental properties, in 212 countries
  • 70,000+ unique destinations worldwide
  • 42 languages
  • 8,600 dedicated employees
  • 155 offices in 50 countries
  • 43 million+ reviews from real guests
  • 800,000 room nights booked every 24 hours



For the beginning, when you want to book you must choose the city, the dates for check-in and check-out, how many persons will be and how many rooms.

After set this informations, the available hotels will be presented to you.

You can sort them after lowest price, how many stars has the hotel, after the distance from city centre and after review received by others customers [4].


After selecting a hotel you can see photos with the rooms, what facilities has, where is situated on the map, a short description and some touristic atractions nearest.

If you want to find the best offer, it is better to check what will be your route earlier on google maps, maybe you have to choose from 2-3 routes and you can check on hotels on that route, in case that in the city you don’t find the offer that you want.

When you decided what you want to book you can reserve and pay with your credit card or at the hotel, when you will arrive.

Why to choose booking.com [5].



Made by:

Marcin Borawski

Bogdan Bortosu


[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Booking.com

[2], [5] https://www.slideshare.net/ReflexOnline/introducing-bookingcom

[3], [4] booking.com

Bogdan Bortosu
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