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Published on : Monday, August 8, 2016
Booking.com, which is the world leader in booking hotels and other accommodations online, has reached a new height with the addition of the website’s one-millionth property.The soon-to-open Greydon House, tucked away in the historic district of the picturesque island of Nantucket, just 30 miles off the coast of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, became the one-millionth property to be added to the Booking.com platform. Booking.com’s ambition is to connect travellers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay in the most seamless and enjoyable way possible.
Jeff David, Manager at the Greydon House said that, they are thrilled to find out that they are Booking.com’s one millionth partner. He also added that inspiring more travellers to visit Nantucket and experience it for themselves is one of the main reasons they in business. That’s why they decided to work with Booking.com in the first place as they know they can help them connect with more customers globally than anyone else. Greydon House is really looking forward to working together to share both their brand and their special corner of Massachusetts with more potential guests from all over the world.
Gillian Tans, CEO of Booking.com commented that, empowering travellers with diversity and choice has always been at the core of their mission at Booking.com. As they continue to expand and build relationships with accommodation providers in every corner of the globe, they are delivering on their promise to consumers that no matter who they are or what they’re looking for in a place to stay when they travel, Booking.com got that one-in-a-million stay that’s just right for the travellers. And the best part is that they don’t have to take their word for it—with more than 100 million reviews from real guests who’ve actually stayed at the property, travellers are guaranteed that they’ll always find the perfect stay whoever they are and whatever they’re passionate about.
Having doubled the number of properties on its platform in just two years, Booking.com today offers more than one million distinct properties that have over 23 million bookable rooms worldwide, including 7.2 million bookable rooms in homes, apartments, villas and other categories of unique places to stay. Over 70% of the accommodation options on Booking.com go beyond the traditional hotel, giving travellers the widest choice of great accommodations, with over one billion guests having stayed at a Booking.com property since the site was born.
Michael Wünsch, General Manager at 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin said that, they are a small hotel chain and they don’t have the resource for mass marketing in overseas markets or in Asia. But through Booking.com they are able to reach out to their guests. It’s the long arm of our distribution strategy and that’s why they do it.