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How Does Hotwire Compare to Other Travel Sites?
Not so long ago, those of us with wanderlust required the services of a professional travel agent, relied on word-of-mouth reviews about hotels, made reservations by phone sight-unseen or simply improvised on the go with our guidebooks in hand. These days, the world is at our fingertips thanks to multiple websites geared towards educating us about and ultimately helping us secure the best travel deals available. So where does Hotwire fit in? Launched in 2000 and later becoming part of the Expedia Group in 2003, Hotwire was one of the first online travel websites to work directly with suppliers to book unsold inventory.
To this day, Hotwire continues to offer some of the top travel discounts and deals around — but it’s not the only site to do so. Find out how Hotwire compares to other websites that help you book flights, hotel stays and vacation packages.
What Is Hotwire?
Hotwire is a travel website that provides consumers with access to discounted plane tickets, rental cars, hotel rooms and vacation packages. It does this by selling tickets, rooms, vehicles and other services that the respective airlines, hotel chains and car rental companies were unable to directly book themselves. The company has earned a reputation for its exceptional discounts, which it also achieves by negotiating lower prices with hotel chains to obtain its Hot Rate deals.
Because of this, the company doesn’t offer weekly or monthly deals. Instead, the site continuously tracks and changes rates, so prices may be different every time you visit the site. If you want to see exactly what you’re booking before you make your purchase, you’ll need to stick with Hotwire’s standard rate options. The company’s Hot Rate deals often provide the steepest discounts, but you won’t be able to see the exact agency or facility until after check-out. This is done to maintain each company’s anonymity so competitors can’t undercut pricing.
How Is Hotwire Different From Other Travel Websites?
Hotwire joined the Expedia Group in 2003. However, it’s just one of many other travel-related brands that the same company also owns. A quick glance at the list of Expedia Group’s brands reveals big names such as Hotels.com, Vrbo, Travelocity, Orbitz, CarRentals.com and trivago, among others. Its vast network of larger and smaller travel brands makes the Expedia Group a comprehensive resource when it’s time to plan your next trip.
The primary difference is that Hotwire can be involved in virtually every aspect of your vacation, from research to planning and booking various elements of your travel arrangements. Sites like Vrbo, on the other hand, only allow you to book one element of your travel equation, such as your lodging, but not other like car rentals. With its variety of brands to choose from, the Expedia Group caters to business and leisure travelers with a wide range of budgets.
Hotwire vs. Travelocity
When it launched in March of 1996, Travelocity was the first website to let customers purchase travel tickets without assistance from another person. One major difference between Travelocity and Hotwire today is that you can book your next cruise through Travelocity, as cruise booking services aren’t currently available through Hotwire. Travelocity also lets you book flights, hotels, vacation packages and car rentals like Hotwire does. Furthermore, Travelocity offers a member rewards program that earns you points you can redeem for credits and money back on purchases.
Hotwire vs. Kayak
Kayak is a travel search engine that doesn’t actually process or sell you tickets or reservations. Instead, the company redirects you to other sites for purchasing. If you’re interested in a ticket, you might end up on the American Airlines website or a site like Priceline.com to buy your tickets.
Kayak pioneered the art of using metasearch for travel to deliver dependable results specific to users’ travel needs. The organization has been around since 2004 , although it was acquired by Booking Holdings in 2013. You can use the website to search for deals on cars, flights, hotels and vacation packages.
Hotwire vs. Tripadvisor
Tripadvisor is the biggest travel platform in the world and serves roughly 463 million travelers per month. While Hotwire excels at finding the best deals through partnerships with select hotels and other agencies, Tripadvisor lets you compare low prices to find the right cruises, flights and hotels for your budget.
You can also reserve tables at restaurants before you leave for your vacation. Instead of booking directly through Tripadvisor, you’ll book through one of the company’s partners. Instead of quoting a direct price, Tripadvisor calculates the average hotel price based on available rooms from its booking partners.
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I was posting a review of a hotel but when I submitted the post, the next page was rating local activities. I could not post any ratings for things like hiking, shopping, romance, etc, I was able to add a comment up to 150 letters. I would have loved to rate the activities, but you can't edit the review either. Any suggestions for future ratings so I don't run into this again?
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The Help Us Make TripAdvisor Better (HUMTAB) forum was created so that users may submit suggestions and participate in discussion of methods for improving the site itself.
As a new user of TripAdvisor, I would suggest before posting on any forum to read the "sticky" at the top of the forum’s page, if there is one. The sticky will explain the focus / purpose of the forum and other important details. As an example, the sticky for this forum reads;
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This is deluxe inn in redding CA . my phone number is 530 917 9241
all of the reviews posted in trip advisor are for the deluxe inn in Chico CA
i give trip advisor one week to fix the or i will get lawyers for false reviews . i have copy of all reviews. the deluxe inn in chico CA is not my property
First, this forum, like all the forums on TripAdvisor, is primarily member driven, peer-to-peer assistance. It is NOT an effect way to contact TA staff.
Second, rather than making threats of "legal action", have you made any attempt to remedy the problem yourself ? You can do that via your Owner's Centre page.
If you need assistance in getting the reviews move to the appropriate properyy, please post a query of your own, on the Owner's Forum mentioned above.
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Absolutely. Tips for acknowledging guest concerns during their stay and for responding to poor reviews are both available. In-house Feedback is always private while post-stay reviews, once vetted, will be available to other travelers. Graciously acknowledging less-than-glowing feedback and perhaps sharing how you’ve remedied the issue will help you actively manage your online reputation.
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We would love that. Use these step-by-step instructions to download and use our Guest Review Widget on your site.
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You and I collectively have so much more power to influence companies that we do business with than we ever have. Companies spend a ton of money monitoring review sites and social media. But we’re past the era of damage control; now companies are actually listening to people! The Los Angeles Times reports hotels are significantly improving the experience when we stay at them. And we have TripAdvisor , Yelp and other social media sites to thank directly for that. Across the industry, hotel operators are seeing people who abandon bookings and won’t stay at their places because of the online reviews they read about the place. I do this all the time. Over and over again, I’m ready to pull the trigger on a booking but then I read the TripAdvisor reviews. If they’re lousy, I abandon the booking. This is so much a trend that hotels are fixing things when there’s a pattern of complaints. I’ve also noticed on TripAdvisor that hotels are responding to complaints and either disputing what’s been said or apologizing and saying how they’re going to address it. So don’t just go away angry from any business. Nor should you say something just out of anger. But if say what you experienced, well, who knows? You may fix that problem for you and for other people!
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- Stick strictly to the facts with your complaint. Keep it short, simple and factual; nothing more and nothing less.
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- Remember, it all comes back to sticking strictly to the facts . Never post libelous comments that disparage anyone’s character. That’s the best way to stay out of trouble.
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Top Tips for Getting More Online Hotel Reviews
Despite the constant evolution of online marketing and distribution platforms and social media, online reviews remain so important. According to recent research, a total of 92 percent of leisure travelers in the U.S. consider online hotel reviews “somewhat important” or “very important” when choosing a hotel. Recent changes to how Google reviews are displayed on hotel pages within Google demonstrate the weight of reviews on the consumer’s decision-making process when looking for a place to stay.
Now when travelers “google” accommodation and click on a property within Google’s Hotel Finder results they will find a separate “Reviews” tab for the hotel that offers the ability to filter, sort and search reviews, and also pulls reviews in from other online sources like TripAdvisor and Booking.com, in addition to reviews from Google users. These changes have resulted in a more comprehensive and efficient review resource that helps consumers make well-informed decisions.
In our increasingly digital world, online reviews are more important than ever. Google’s recent enhancements to its reviews feature should serve as a reminder to lodging operators that reviews do matter—a lot. If chatter about your property has been a bit quiet online lately, here are our top tips for getting more reviews.
Ask at Check-out
There’s nothing wrong with asking guests for reviews face to face. You probably already ask departing guests if they enjoyed their stay—if they did, follow up with something genuine and light like, “That’s good to hear! If you have a spare few minutes sometime in the next few days, we’d love it if you could leave us a review online on [your preferred review channel].” Most guests will appreciate the opportunity to do something nice for your business if they had an enjoyable stay.
You can ask guests for reviews in more subtle ways too, like including your review profiles on business cards or a small sign placed at the front desk. Include a message at the bottom of check-out receipts, inviting guests to leave a review online on your preferred review site if they enjoyed their stay. You could also consider adding a message that invites dissatisfied guests to email you directly with any negative comments, which will hopefully avoid those complaints going public online.
It’s best to ask for reviews as soon as possible after a guest’s stay while they are still focused on their experience. Post-stay messaging provides an ideal opportunity to encourage guests to leave a review online.
Whether by email or mobile messaging, post-stay messages thanking guests for their stay should be sent to every guest and should also politely ask them to leave a review if they enjoyed their experience at your property. As mentioned above, invite them to contact you directly with any negative feedback. Post-stay communications can be triggered automatically through your property management system (PMS), CRM or guest messaging platform.
Make it Easy to Leave Reviews
Whenever and however you prompt guests to leave a review, make it easy for them to do so. If it’s not clear where they should leave a review and they have to search online and click around, chances are it’s not going to happen. Instead, point them directly to your property’s profile on your preferred review channel via direct links (or linked icons/banners) included in emails, mobile messages and on your website.
Any printed material should also point guests in the right direction by including the logo or website address of your preferred review site along with your profile name (which should be the same as your property’s name).
Automate Review Management
Make it easy for yourself too, by automating review management with CRM or reputation management software that can send post-stay surveys to your guests, triggered automatically. Through platforms like Revinate , completed surveys can then be submitted straight to important review channels such as TripAdvisor and Google, steadily increasing online review volume.
When your PMS is integrated with your reputation management software, you don’t even need to enter guest details into your reputation management system or CRM—the PMS sends the data directly. The entire process becomes automated, saving you valuable time and ensuring no guest goes forgotten when it comes to asking for feedback.
Be on the Sites that Matter
From Google to TripAdvisor to Booking.com, set up profiles on multiple review channels to make sure you cover the ones your guests like and use. If you haven’t already, search for reviews for your property on Google (and other major search engines like Bing and Yahoo! Search) and take note of the sites that come up—these are the ones that your customers prefer, so make sure you set up profiles on all of them to make it easy for your guests to find you and review you.
Sometimes it takes a little incentive to motivate customers to write a review. While at first this approach might sound a bit like a bribe, it’s not really. There’s nothing wrong with running a monthly draw for all customers who submit a review (whether good or bad) online. Promote your draw on social media, on your website, and in emails and other guest communications.
Some ideas for prizes include a free night’s stay, a gift certificate, or a free meal at your restaurant.
Share Rave Reviews on Social Media
Sharing your property’s glowing reviews on your social media channels is a good way to inspire (and remind) other guests to leave their own reviews online. Social media users love it when their content is shared by other social media users, with credit given to the original creator.
Sharing positive reviews on social media is not only a good tactic for generating more online reviews, it also provides great content for promoting your property.
Respond to Reviews
You don’t have to respond to all reviews, but you should endeavor to respond to all negative reviews and some great reviews as well. Thoughtfully responding to online reviews tells customers that you care about your guests and their experience of your property, and motivates other guests to provide valuable feedback that helps your business succeed.
Treat Every Guest like a VIP
Consumers tend to write reviews about exceptionally good or bad experiences—not about average ones. So be exceptional by showing every single customer how much you value them. It doesn’t take much—from anticipating guests’ needs to greeting guests with a smile every time, the smallest efforts can make a big difference to your customers.
Generating a steady stream of online reviews isn’t always easy, but it’s a crucial part of maintaining a healthy online reputation. Follow the above tips and watch the reviews roll in—and your occupancy and revenue soar!
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