Hotel managers: HotelHotel is a new kind of website, so let us explain how it works…

Our purpose, first and foremost, is to provide information. This means that, independently of any commercial interest, our primary objective is to be a useful resource for people making hotel reservations online. We sell nothing to individual hotels and nothing to booking agents. Our income is generated partially through advertising and partially through our second activity: that of a price-comparison site, which earns us a share of commission for every completed reservation.

This set-up gives us a lot of freedom, especially when it comes to editorial content.

But it doesn’t mean we publish any old nonsense, far from it. We employ professional authors who specialize in travel writing and eTourism. They are paid for their work and take it very seriously, but they are human, and everybody makes mistakes, so if you see an error in the presentation of your hotel, or find that an opinion is either unfounded or outdated, please let us know about it.

Our editorial line is simple: we provide factual information obtained from a variety of reliable sources in order to illustrate the essential characteristics of each featured establishment. We intend to present information in a transparent manner so that our readers can make an informed choice for themselves, because what one reader considers a positive feature, another will judge as negative (a “central” location or a “lively bar”, for example).

We want our customers to have access to as much information as possible, so we’re currently devising a way for hotel managers to be able to log in and update or correct certain information, add photos, give a brief introduction etc…. but we are a young company, and Rome wasn’t built in a day. In the meantime, you can check back on this page or leave us your contact details, and we’ll keep you up-to-date with all of the latest site functions that we are developing for you, the hotel managers.

If you want to know more about the site and the people who run it, you can take a look at the pages that introduce our company, our team and our authors, or go on a guided tour of the site. If you speak French, you can also visit our blog, which is full of topical musings concerning the worlds of hospitality and tourism.

The HotelHotel team.