THE GIANT LIST of Online Travel Agencies – Part 1

Many leading airlines have a section which allows travellers to book hotels. Very few of them manage their own hotel inventory and partner with leading OTAs like Booking.com, Expedia and HRS. Listed are popular airlines which have a dedicated hotel booking feature. Also mentioned (where known) are their OTA partners. If your hotel destination is being served by these airlines, then it is worth checking if your hotel is listed on their partner OTA.

  1. Air Asia Go (Expedia)
  2. Air France (Travelscape/Expedia)
  3. Jet Airways (Travelscape/Expedia)
  4. Alitalia (Travelscape/Expedia)
  5. Swiss (Expedia)
  6. US Airways
  7. British Airways (British Airways Holidays)
  8. JAL (Hotels.com, Booking.com and Agoda)
  9. Emirates (Tourico)
  10. Finnair (Booking.com)
  11. Qatar Airways (Booking.com)
  12. Ryan Air (Booking.com)
  13. KLM (Booking.com)
  14. Pegasus (Booking.com)
  15. Brussels Airlines (Booking.com)
  16. Turkish Airlines (Booking.com)
  17. Easyjet (Booking.com)
  18. TAP (Booking.com)
  19. Thai (Agoda)
  20. Singapore Airlines (Agoda)
  21. Delta
  22. Air Canada
  23. Aer Lingus (ebookers)
  24. Lufthansa (HRS)
  25. Austrian (HRS)
  26. Air Berlin (HRS)
  27. Qantas
  28. United
  29. Virgin Atlantic (Virgin Holidays)
  30. Iberia (British Airways Holidays)

A very exciting and chaotic arena in the world of travel. Some regions have developed fast like Latin America, China and India – the others offer enormous opportunities. Some of them can be difficult to work with as they evolve, but these emerging OTAs play an increasingly important role.

OTAs based in one region sending travellers to hotels in the same region. This list is rather basic and could use a lot of further inputs. 

  1. Superbreak (UK)
  2. Travelstay (London)
  3. AA (UK)
  4. Infotel (UK)
  5. Nivalink (India)
  6. Abreu (Portugal)
  7. Travelcheck (Germany)
  8. Derhotel (Germany)
  9. Amandatour (Italy)
  10. Need to Escape
  11. Best Day (Mexico & Carribean)
  12. Book Today
  13. Discover Australia (Australia)
  14. Quickbeds (Australia)
  15. BSP Hotels (France)
  16. Click4Hotel (Czech Republic, Hungary & Slovakia)
  17. Jalan (Japan)
  18. Japanican (Japan)
  19. Japan Traveller Online (Japan)
  20. Tiscover (Austria, Germany)
  21. Hoterip (Indonesia)
  22. Hotels UK
  23. Love to Escape (UK)
  24. Booker Club (Spain)

Hostels have evolved and come a long way. Now travellers get to choose from trendy stylish places through a variety of websites that specialise in hostels.

Camping has gone mainstream. Glamping is a buzzword and the choices have multiplied.

Traditionally, Bed & Breakfasts did not have a strong online presence. This has changed with smaller establishments adopting cloud based reservations systems and enabling instant reservations.

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