Hostaway's channel manager provides a reliable and robust 2-way API connection to all major OTAs. Property managers can rest easy knowing that pricing, availability, min nights, and other crucial reservation data is seamlessly distributed across Airbnb, VRBO, Booking.com, and Expedia since we hold preferred / premier partner status with each.
Hostaway channel management extends beyond reservations, rates, and availability to include content, amenity, image, and review APIs. The Hostaway OTA integrations are among the deepest and most complete among vacation rental channel managers.
Hostaway's expanded distribution channels extend to major hotel, vacation rental, and niche OTAs. Vacation rental managers using the Hostaway channel manager benefit from an extended distribution platform that diversifies their reservations and improves occupancy.
Hostaway's channel distribution includes major OTAs such as Airbnb, VRBO, Booking, Expedia, and TripAdvisor. The channel management further extends to niche booking channels such as Find Rentals and House Stay and to rising stars Google and Marriott.
The Hostaway multi-calendar provides a unified overview of all your properties, reservations, channels, and locations. The flexible Hostaway calendar allows users to adjust views between multi, monthly, and annual then further allows for tagging, filtering, searching, and user customization.
The calendar UX is intuitive, powerful, fast, and easy to use. Hostaway's IOS and Android mobile apps retain this flexibility, power, and ease of use. Being regularly praised as the best mobile app among vacation rental software.
If you need hotel-style multi-unit support, look no further! We can connect multiple room types to single properties and you can assign guests to units.
As many property managers get presented with opportunities to run B&B's, hostels and hotels, we support their growth and our multi-unit support ensures you get maximum visibility on your website, Booking, Hotels.com and many other hotel sites.
Combine multiple listings into one with no chances of double-bookings, across all major channels!
If you have units that are next to each other, or a house that is divided into multiple units, you're leaving money on the table! Combine them into one big unit to maximize revenues, but rent out individual units when you're not fully booked.