OTA hotel pricing

1st August 2017 by admin

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The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recently issued a summary of how OTAs can set their hotel prices.

Expedia and Booking.com used to require hotels to guarantee that they would not offer their rooms more cheaply on other OTAs. Since summer 2015, Expedia and Booking.com have changed their policies and no longer impose this requirement.

Expedia and Booking.com also now no longer require hotels to offer them the same or better room availability or conditions as hotels offer to other OTAs.

What does this mean for hotels?

[Source: CMA, 5 July 2017]

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