Tag: Booking.com

More education needed as a third of travellers “tired” of hearing about climate change Booking.com finds

WORLDWIDE: Booking.com has released new research which shows while sustainable travel is important …

Booking.com drops Travel Sustainable programme to focus on third-party certification

WORLDWIDE: Digital travel platform Booking.com is to introduce new labelling for properties …

Nobu Hotel recognised with Booking.com’s sustainable travel rating

UK: Nobu Hotel London Portman Square  has achieved Booking.com’s Travel Sustainable Level …

Research shows travellers keen on rewards for sustainable choices

WORLDWIDE: Booking.com’s latest research, Travel Predictions 2024, has shown that travellers are …

Certification programme Sustonica partners with Booking.com

BARCELONA: Sustonica – a sustainability certification programme for short-term rentals – has …

Booking.com partners with sustainability data startup BeCause

WORLDWIDE: Booking.com has partnered with BeCause, a startup software company, which helps …

Accor report: sustainable options will be an “economic imperative”

WORLDWIDE: Accor has published its Leisure Travel Trends report, highlighting the importance …

Booking.com’s Travel Sustainable gains GSTC-Recognised Status

WORLDWIDE: Booking.com’s ‘Travel Sustainable’ programme for accommodation, has gained GSTC-Recognised Status. The …

Booking.com report finds travellers are battling with cost and conscience

Booking.com’s eighth annual Sustainable Travel Report has been released with insight from more than 33,000 travellers across 35 countries and territories.

Booking.com introduces new badges and levels for green accommodation 

AMSTERDAM: Leading digital travel platform Booking.com has announced an array of new product features in celebration of the one year anniversary of its Travel Sustainable Programme.

More than half of UK travellers want sustainable accommodation

Booking.com has released its 2022 Sustainability Report with insight from more than 30,000 travellers from 32 countries.