Revolutionizing the online hotel industry, Treovi reservation service recently announced their main objective of excluding all existing online commissions and founding an equitable collaboration between hotels and their customers. Now this is news.
Based on a fair innovative concept, Treovi’s number one priority is to provide commission free service for both hotels and their clients. Consequentially, none of the hotels listed on Treovi will have to pay anything to register or to receive reservations. The coming moves in hotel booking platforms having been a focus for big hotels via Roomkey, as well as large traditional chains intent on freeing up independent owners (Global Hotel Exchange, and etc.), and apparently someone in Switzerland was watching.
“We believe hotels should have the freedom to configure, list and sell rooms without the hotelier or the customer ever having to pay a fee.” – Treovi
Additionally, the new online hotel reservation system will provide supplementary marketing tools at minimal costs. This latter aspect, obviously a prime monetization schema, will be implemented in order to support Treovi’s infrastructure, etc. The idea behind the new startup being, developing sales freedom, hotels’ exposure, and fairness – even agnostic visibility. All in all, the model makes complete sense. The whole package resembles something like a Google positioning for a paid ad, versus the overall agnostic search result. This is a sort of “pay da man” where being paid makes more sense in the digital world.
Founded by hotel industry insiders, from the necessity of removing the practice of online commissions and fees, Treovi promises to work as a normal travel website, providing clients the opportunity to search for hotels based on location. Unlike Expedia or any of the other major OTAs, the startup offers a truly, as close to free B2C solution as we have seen.
In order to find out more information about Treovi and to get notified when registration opens, please visit Treovi.com and submit your email.