Priceline’s Booking.com is now the exclusive hotel booking engine for the San Francisco Travel Association, an announcement that comes a week after Booking.com reached a similar deal with New York City.
Booking.com will power hotel bookings for SanFrancisco.travel. The city said the bureau’s website gets about 400,000 visitor a month.
“Our partnership with Booking.com gives our Web visitors an easy, informative, user-friendly way to search hotels by ratings, user rank, price, hotel stars, neighborhood and more,” said Joe D’Alessandro, president and CEO of San Francisco Travel.
Last week, NYC & Company chose Booking.com to be the booking engine for NYCgo.com. Bookings previously were previously powered by Travelocity under a white-label agreement.
The New York and San Francisco websites each display the Booking.com logo on their landing pages.
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