One in three travelers opted for a vacation rental in 2015 (compared to one in 10 in 2010) and major online booking sites are capitalizing on the trend. These sites are now expanding their offerings to include alternative lodgings in addition to traditional hotels.
We’re excited to announce that more than 4,500 of Vacasa homes (with more to come!) are now live on Booking.com, one of the largest accommodations engines in the world.
Known for its enormous reach with international travelers—over 1.2 million nights are reserved on Booking.com every day—this means many, many guests who may not have otherwise considered booking a short-term rental (like yours!) will now have a chance to.
Combined with our advanced rate optimization technology, our partnership with Booking.com puts Vacasa homes in front of more travelers from more places than ever before—at the most optimal rates.
More guests and more bookings mean more profit for Vacasa homeowners, and more peace of mind, too.
“Offering an integration with Booking.com, one of the largest accommodations engines in the world, is yet another way for us to ensure that we’re generating maximum occupancy and revenue for homeowners while providing seamless experiences to guests at zero additional cost to our customers,” says Eric Breon, Vacasa founder and CEO.
Vacasa’s relationship with Booking.com began in 2015, when we integrated all of our international properties in Europe, South America and Central America with the accommodations engine. The expanded partnership comes in part due to the success of that initial integration.
“We are excited to welcome Vacasa to the Booking.com family,” said Todd Dunlap, Booking.com managing director, Americas. “Vacasa’s high-quality, instantly bookable vacation rental properties are a great addition to our U.S. inventory.”