List properties, sync rates and availability, and more.
In an effort to ensure our teams are able to provide the strong partnership experience, we are pausing integrations with new connectivity providers until further notice. We will re-open the process for integrations once we are confident that we can fully support new partners.
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Sync availability in seconds and manage rates easily.
Create new properties and manage content such as descriptions, photos, and fine print.
Land last-minute bookings and move more inventory by creating promotional prices.
Grow your business to earn points in our Partner Programme, and get special benefits and rewards.
We market your connected properties to a large audience of travellers worldwide, year-round.
Our highly optimised website is designed to maximise bookings, with more than 1.2 million room nights being reserved daily.
We're here to offer feedback and advice as you integrate with our APIs.
Fill in our online form so we can assess if you meet the requirements to become a Booking.com Connectivity Partner.
We want to be sure that all our partners handle personal data and payment information securely and safely. We'll review your compliance with official regulations and industry standards.
Depending on your company and account details, we'll ask you to provide certain documents, sign some agreements, and complete our checklists.
As soon as we activate your account, you can create API test calls and start building your integration. We'll give you feedback and assistance along the way.
Before you go live, we'll review the details of your integration to make sure it's up to our standards. We want every connected property to have the best possible experience.
Once your integration goes live, you can start monitoring it through our portal. The portal is also where you'll find actionable opportunities that help you earn benefits in our Partner Programme.
You need a portal account. At least one person in your company should already have an account – ask them to request another one on your behalf.
PCI stands for Payment Card Industry, and PII for Personally Identifiable Information. We'll review your compliance based on regulations from the European Union and the PCI Security Standards Council.
We don't accept direct connections from individual properties right now, but you can connect via a channel manager. Go to your property management page, log in, and select Account > Channel Manager in the top-right corner.