We are thrilled to announce another strategic partnership with Latin America’s leading hotel accommodation provider
HotelDo is the online travel wholesale leader in Latin America. They maintain a portfolio of 100,000 hotels of which 10,000 are directly contracted hotels in Mexico, Caribbean, United States and South America providing the best rates and availability in that region.
Thanks to HotelDo’s great inventory and solid knowledge of the region, we are confident we can achieve our goals of 15% cheaper prices on average than leading OTA’s in the Latin American regions.
This strategic partnership is an integral part of our beta launch in Q1 2019 with 1.5 million properties worldwide.
Travala is an already-operational travel booking platform with 567,928 Properties in 210 Countries covering 82,311 Destinations. The platform combines the best of this generation’s booking website functionality with the incredible benefits enabled by next generation’s decentralized technologies and tokenized incentive structures.
As a Next-gen Online Travel Agency (NOTA), fundamentally changes the relationship between the consumer of the future and their travel shopping. Travala’s target market benefits from:
- A globally-competitive range of travel services; Accommodation (Hotels, Resorts, Hostels), Flights, Things to do (Tours, Activities, Experiences), Restaurants, Transfers, Car Rentals, Vacation Rentals and Cruises
- Always available at a minimum average of 15% lower than current mainstream OTAs; enabled through agile integration of the leading wholesale travel solution partners
- With both leading crypto-currencies and traditional (FIAT) currencies as payment options
- Boosted with discounts and special offers direct from brands and suppliers
- Validated through blockchain-verified reviews for 100% feedback authenticity
- Underpinned by a token-powered incentivization economy which gives real rewards for valuable acts such as user referrals and key-opinion-leader content
- Innovative UX design and user mechanics for a best-in-class user experience