Booking sites

HotelHotel works in collaboration with the most important hotel reservation sites on the net. We chose to work with each one for specific reasons, taking into account aspects such as attractive prices, geographical reach, a strong presence in a particular country, an interesting portfolio of properties and the special attention shown to reservation and cancellation processes. This means that you won't find all of the booking sites on the market, just those that we judge to be the most pertinent. Our list of partners will continue to expand in the interest of improving our site and offering our customers the best possible service.

accorhotels

Accorhotels is more than a reservation service; it’s also one of the world’s leading hotel groups. The company runs more than 3,500 hotels under fifteen well-known brands that range from HotelF1 to Sofitel, including Mercure, Novotel and Ibis. Highly competitive price-wise and increasingly present on the web, Accor is also developing an attractive loyalty programme for regular customers.

amoma

AMOMA.com is a prominent booking site offering a vast choice of hotels (more than 230,000) at highly competitive rates, which means that this agent regularly turns up at the top of price-comparison charts. You can book with peace of mind knowing that the customer service line is open 24/7, plus the website acts as a practical interface for managing your reservations, allowing you to cancel or modify your booking, or send specific requests directly to the hotel.

booking

Booking.com, a subsidiary of Priceline.com, is the undisputed European champion of online hotel reservations, to put it simply. Since 1996, Booking.com has applied a fierce pricing policy to its unrivalled choice of accommodation. The site is available in forty-two languages and proposes more than 445,000 properties that range from small independent guesthouses to luxurious 5-star establishments, spread across 200 countries.

cityzenbooking

CityZenBooking is a reservation website that specializes in serviced apartments, aka aparthotels. Launched in 2009 and based in Paris, the young French company quickly carved itself a niche in this growth market and its catalogue is now one of the broadest in the sector, featuring more than 1,000 properties in some thirty countries. The fact that it specializes in a specific type of accommodation allows it to keep the upper hand on prices, especially for extended trips.

expedia

The world’s number-one online travel agency, Expedia hardly needs introducing. Their aim: “to provide personalized service, the latest technology and the widest selection of vacation packages, flights, hotels, rental cars…” Based in the U.S, the company offers more than 240,000 hotels around the world and has developed tailor-made versions of its site to suit each European country.

ebookers

ebookers is one of the biggest online travel agents in Europe and proposes more than 60,000 hotels around the world. Competitive in terms of pricing, the site offers a diverse range of travel-related services including flight reservation (through more than 400 airlines), package holidays and car hire. Ebookers is one of the flagship brands of the Orbitz group.

hotelscom

On top of its enviable URL, Hotels.com is a chief actor in the field of online hotel reservations, offering extremely competitive rates. With an inventory of more than 260,000 properties worldwide, the range of accommodation available is one of the broadest on the net. Clear descriptions, photos, reviews and maps also make their site particularly user-friendly.

lastminute

Lastminute is one of Europe’s most well-known online travel brands. As its name suggests, the site originally specialized in last-minute offers, but the company has now developed into a fully-blown travel agency proposing a myriad of services. As far as accommodation is concerned, the site’s 60,000-strong database of hotels isn’t the biggest on offer, but it’s enough to have carved out a foothold in this highly competitive market.

Voyages-sncf.com

Voyages-sncf.com is the online travel agency run by the French rail company SNCF. The website quickly moved beyond selling train tickets to propose hotel reservations (offering nearly 205,000 hotels worldwide at competitive prices), flights, car hire and other travel-related services. France’s number one travel site in terms of turnover, it’s a heavy-weight contender that can definitely pack a punch.