Cloudbeds has teamed up with Despegar.com to give hoteliers greater access to Despegar.com’s millions of guests around the world traveling to Latin America. Now, hotel owners and managers can easily list their inventory with the world’s largest online travel agency for Latin America.
Despegar.com boasts over 15,000 unique hotel listings across Latin America. It is one of the largest online travel marketplaces in the world. Cloudbeds has completed an in-depth seamless integration between myallocator, the Cloudbeds channel manager, and Despegar.com. This allows hoteliers to list their room inventory directly on Despegar.com.
Myallocator by Cloudbeds powers inventory deliverability for thousands of hotels, hostels, and B&Bs in over 100 countries across the globe. With over 300 integrated marketing channels, it has more than any other channel manager on the market. This gives hoteliers the freedom to list their inventory with previously unknown online marketplaces.
“From the very beginning, we have had a strong commitment to hoteliers in Latin America,” said Adam Harris, CEO of Cloudbeds. “Our customers want many options when choosing online marketplaces to list their inventory. Despegar.com is an important partner that helps us fulfill our commitment to international hotels. The Despegar.com marketplace significantly increases the number of guests that hotel owners in Latin America can enjoy using our system. This partnership furthers our commitment to Latin America.”
Hoteliers have had a hard time listing their vacant inventory with OTAs. Each OTA has it’s own set of hurdles to leap through to get connected. This has led to an environment where franchises and large groups have dominated OTA listings.
Cloudbeds created their channel manager myallocator to make it easier to connect to online marketplaces. Myallocator saves hoteliers time and money by eliminating the need for technical know-how to get listed. It helps hoteliers list their rooms on as many OTAs as they wish with the push of a button. Plus, it exposes their rooms to new marketplaces hoteliers might not have known existed.