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Online booking partners with GIATA to revolutionise personalized hotel offers

Agreement will extend HTPs reach across the hospitality sector.

BERLIN –, a native Web3 hotel booking platform that utilises blockchain data to deliver tailored hotel offers directly to customers wallets, will now use GIATA MultiCodes, the world’s largest hotel database that delivers unique property information and valuable supplier information. will be able to eliminate duplications in both global and local travel platforms. By leveraging the vast and accurate information contained within GIATA MultiCodes, can now ensure that customers encounter seamless and accurate booking experiences, enhancing user satisfaction and loyalty.

“We are excited to take this giant leap forward and provide our users with an unmatched personalised hotel booking experience, powered by the most comprehensive and accurate data available.This integration streamlines the booking process, delivering convenience and efficiency to users seeking their ideal accommodations” says Mathis Boldt, CEO at GIATA.

One of the key advantages offered by GIATA MultiCodes is its ability to keep essential booking engine information up-to-date, such as Hotel Name, Address, Geocode, Star Ratings, and Images, thanks to the frequently updated MultiCodes database. This commitment to accuracy elevates’s service and ensures that users’ decisions are well-informed when selecting their preferred hotel options.

“Our partnership with GIATA has propelled our platform’s launch, granting us direct access to a vast array of hotel content and mapping, expediting our journey to reshape the hospitality industry” said Michael Ros, Founder & CEO at

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