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Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Booking.com alarmed by France's new hotel rate parity plans

On June 16th, France’s national assembly adopted a new bill that is up for a final vote on July 14th and has the potential to reshuffle the cards on how Booking.com and Expedia partner with hotels.
The so called Macron bill - named after French Minister of the Economy Emmanuel Macron - prohibits OTAs from including any parity clauses at all in their agreements with hotels, and gives hoteliers the full pricing freedom - including offering lower rates on their own websites.

If accepted, the bill will basically render all current OTA hotel agreements in France invalid as early as August this year, and puts and end to hotel rate parity as we know it.

New agreements between OTAs and hotels will have to be formulated in a way that allow hotels to offer lower rates in any of their sales channels, including their own website.

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Wednesday, July 01, 2015

BHA slams 'restrictive' OTA rate parity agreements

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has criticised ‘restrictive’ price fixing agreements set by online travel agents (OTA’s), and announced that it will continue to campaign to ban the terms.

The group's statement coincides with a commitment from prominent OTA Booking.com to roll out its new rate parity agreements in the UK and Europe on 1 July.

Under the commitment, hoteliers advertising rooms on the site will be able to offer lower prices and additional services through other OTA’s.

However, the hotels will be prevented from offering cheaper rates or better booking conditions through their own websites than those advertised on Booking.com.

Though Booking.com said the commitment was necessary for the site to remain ‘a cost-effective marketing channel for partners and deliver transparency, choice and great prices for consumers’, the BHA is arguing that such terms restrict freedom in the market. Read More »

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Negotiated Rates - are there any companies near your hotel whose clients or employees often need to stay at your hotel? If so it may be worth contacting them directly to set up a rate with them to guarantee monthly business.


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