A formal presentation to the tourism industry and community partners will be held at the Edgewater Resort on Wednesday at 8am.
Booking.com was established in Amsterdam in 1996 and has grown from a small Dutch startup to one of the largest travel e-commerce companies in the world.
Booking.com connects travellers with the world’s largest selection of places to stay. It includes different types of accommodation from apartments, vacation homes, and family-run B&B’S, to five-star luxury resorts, tree houses, and igloos.
The Booking.com website and mobile apps are available in over 40 languages and cover 131,476 destinations in 228 countries and territories worldwide.
Booking.com reserves more than 1.5 million room nights a day on its platform and its incorporates functions including a full customer support team and 24-hour service.
The Booking.com account manager for the Cook Islands, Guillaume Wolf, will provide an introduction at next week’s presentation.
This will be accompanied by a digital marketing update by Karla Eggelton, Cook Islands Tourism director of global sales and marketing.
The Booking.com team of Lauren Bryant, Ashleigh McEwen, and Martine Hotz will wrap up the presentation by showing new and prospective partners how to improve their listings and understand the full services available on the website.
Booking.com has a strong presence in the Cook Islands and its contribution to the local tourism industry has grown significantly in the last three years.
Cook Islands Tourism welcome members of the public to attend the update and learn more about Booking.com.