NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. - BookingPal, a global leader in software technology solutions for vacation rental property managers and owners, announced a partnership with HomeToGo, the marketplace with the world's largest selection of vacation rentals. HomeToGo plans to integrate BookingPal's Channel API to further reach property managers.
HomeToGo is an established leader in the alternative accommodation industry, offering property owners and managers a direct booking experience for thousands of trusted partners, and additionally operates Tripping.com, CASAMUNDO, and Wimdu. With the integration of BookingPal's Channel API, HomeToGo will increase its reach to property management companies as it continues to grow its selection of vacation rentals globally.
HomeToGo's unprecedented inventory of alternative accommodations for nearly every destination and price point requires precision in the listing and booking experience for its travelers. When enlisting new properties via BookingPal's Channel API, all property details are instantly synchronized, making all property details including rates and availability viewable and ready-to-book.
"We are very excited to be partnering with HomeToGo, which has quickly grown to be a go-to destination for travelers booking alternative accommodations," said Alex Aydin, founder, and CEO of BookingPal. "Using BookingPal's connection to thousands more professionally managed homes, HomeToGo stands to create an even greater selection for their travelers and grow their footprint as an influential marketplace in this industry."
"As travel returns, alternative accommodation has emerged as the new zeitgeist and the industry continues to rapidly grow and evolve," said Valentin Gruber, Chief Operating Officer at HomeToGo. "We are committed to our mission of making incredible accommodations easily accessible to everyone and are excited to partner with BookingPal to expand our offering of unique, high-quality properties and tap into its open API to further streamline the booking process for our travelers."