Numbers Show Hotelbeds Drives Long-Stay Guests to its Partners
Hotelbeds provides an update on the average number of nights booked with its hotel partners via its network of over 60,000 travel trade buyers globally. As part of Hotelbeds’ commitment to provide hoteliers with high-value guests, the company has confirmed that over 50% of its bookings are for four or more nights – with 24% staying seven nights or more.1
Hotelbeds is committed to delivering the highest quality of incremental bookings to its hotelier partners via its network of over 60,000 travel agents, tour operators, airlines, and loyalty point schemes from over 140 source markets globally.
Reservations via B2B travel buyers tend to offer a higher proportion of non-domestic and long-haul travelers, who in turn offer hoteliers incremental guests that – in addition to staying for longer on average – book further in advance, cancel less, stay longer and spend more in destination.
At a global level, over 60% of bookings made via Hotelbeds are derived from non-domestic source markets, with some high-demand destinations registering a much greater percentage of international guests.
 All data based on reservations made via Hotelbeds during the 2018 / 19 financial year (ended 30 September 2019).