In December, JackRabbitSystems announced an exciting new service to lodging properties. When consumers search for room nights through Google Hotel Finder and TripAdvisor, you'll have the opportunity to display your rates and availability and allow consumers to bypass high commission, online travel agent sites and book directly with you. Our development team is in the final stages of connecting our system with Google Hotel Finder and TripAdvisor.

Since we broke the good news, we've had an overwhelmingly positive response from lodging properties across North America, resulting in a very high number of you who have already registered for the program! If you've already signed-up, but have yet to fill out our agreement, there's still time to get your property up on both Google Hotel Finder and TripAdvisor. Please download and fill out your information on the following document, found here. Once you're through, fax or email your signed agreement to 505-982-1077 or Once we receive your signed agreement, we'll queue up your property with both Google Hotel Finder and TripAdvisor.

For those of you that have yet to register, don't worry, there's still time (just fill out the agreement in the link above)!


  1. Sign up with JackRabbit's new services to publish your rates and availability on Google Hotel Finder and TripAdvisor
  2. Allocate a budget for clicks from Google Hotel Finder and TripAdvisor , which will go directly to your website
  3. JackRabbit lists your property along with your rates and availability on Google Hotel Finder and TripAdvisor when visitors search for rooms nights in your area
  4. Consumers who click on your listing are directed to your website and reservation engine to complete the booking

Every sale generated is a direct booking, which means you take high commission bookings away from online travel agents such as Expedia and Priceline. These bookings are not only more profitable, but they also allow you to have a direct relationship with your customer.


Andrew Van Luchene
CEO, JackRabbit Systems