HotelMapper.com announced today the addition of just over 22,000 hotels through a new software interface which increases the current hotel inventory in the U.S., European, and Asian travel markets.
Hotel Mapper CTO Dwight Nash said the new hotel Application Programming Interface (API) calls on twice the number of accommodations previously available through our database in the European and Asian hotel markets. "Travelers looking for hotels will now see twice as many options in these markets, better rates, and a streamlined reservation process which puts HotelMapper.com at the forefront of hotel booking websites. We're now competing with all of the other top hotel sites out there. Our inventory and rates are highly competitive, and feedback on the new search results has been remarkable."
HotelMapper.com added a large volume of hotels in Australia, Russia, and China to the booking inventory last year, and the company plans to continue to increase accommodations in countries outside of the United States. Current room inventory is managed through advanced reservation software which continuously updates rates in more than 19,000 cities with reservations available in 34 languages. Lodging providers interested in joining the HotelMaps Network should visit HotelMapper.com and sign up as a preferred lodging partner. Discount and commission rates are highly competitive and include a custom management portal which can be linked with most reservation software applications. Hotel Mapper was recently re-developed by SoCal Design, a leading web development firm in Los Angeles.
HotelMapper.com is a Los Angeles, California-based company with one of the largest hotel networks of more than 145,000 hotels worldwide. Hotel Mapper received private equity funding in Q3 2012 and is currently working on a Series A round of funding.