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[Booking Engine] How to Request Listing on Google Hotels / Vacation Rentals
[Booking Engine] How to Request Listing on Google Hotels / Vacation Rentals
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Written by Takashi Obatake
Updated over a week ago

[Overview]

This guide explains how to request your property to be listed on Google Hotels / Vacation Rentals through the booking engine.

[Details]

Additional Fees for Listing on Google Hotels / Vacation Rentals

Currently, we are in a trial period, and the listing request is free of charge. Please understand that it may take 2 weeks to 1 month to complete the listing due to potential errors during the listing process.

Additional fees may apply starting sometime in 2024, but we will notify you at least one month in advance.


Pre-Request Checks [Checking Existing Listings]

Before making a request, check if your property is already listed. Here’s how to verify:

For Hotels:

If your property is selected on Google Maps and 'Official Site' is displayed under "All options," then it is already listed, and no request is necessary.

For Vacation Rentals:

Display the property's address on Google Maps, select "Hotels" → "Vacation Rentals," and if the property shows up with 'AirHost Booking Engine,' it is already listed, and no request is necessary.

[Information Required for Listing]

The following details are mandatory for listing and must be checked and entered prior to your request to avoid errors:

To be listed on Google Hotels / Vacation Rentals, your property must be publicly available and for sale on the AirHost Booking Engine. Please confirm this before making your request.

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How to Request a Listing

Please make your request via the contact page. Include the following information:

  • Email Address: The email address registered with your AirHost account

  • Title: 'Request for Listing on Google Hotels / Vacation Rentals'

  • Type: Booking Engine

  • Content: Please provide the name of the property you wish to list.

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