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  • Top 10 Welcoming Places in Canada

      As travel continues to make its return in most parts of the world, the 11th annual Booking.com Traveller Review Awards recognize travel providers for their commitment to providing consistently excellent service and hospitality over the course of the year. This year’s Most Welcoming Places have all been identified based on the share of accommodation partners receiving a Traveller Review Award 2023 and provide even the most seasoned traveller with inspiration for their future trips. Here are the most welcoming…

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  • Booking.com Launches Sustainable Badge

      Booking.com has launched its Travel Sustainable badge, which is available to any property that has implemented a combination of sustainable practices, allowing travellers to easily identify and select more sustainable accommodations. To develop this framework, Booking.com collaborated with the Travalyst Coalition, the Travalyst Independent Advisory Group and the Global Sustainable Tourism Council to identify five key areas: waste, energy and greenhouse gases, water, supporting local communities and protecting nature. Properties will be assessed and scored for their sustainability practices,…

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  • Where sustainable travel is headed in 2018

    Research conducted by Booking.com reveals that awareness of eco-friendly accommodation options is growing, with global travellers seeking to book more of these greener stays than ever, while showing a willingness to absorb extra costs to ensure they are travelling more sustainably To celebrate Earth Day on 22 April, Booking.com, the global leader in connecting travellers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, has released the findings from its most recent global Sustainable Travel Report.* The report indicates that…

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  • Booking.com reaches five million reported listings in alternative accommodations

    With 30 per cent of global travellers looking to experience alternative accommodation in 2018, Booking.com continues to grow this category to meet consumer demand Booking.com has reached a milestone of five million reported listings in homes, apartments and other unique places to stay. With more than five million reported listings in this category, Booking.com remains the global leader in providing consumers access to more accommodations – from traditional hotels to homes, villas, apartments and ryokans – than any other digital travel…

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