Wexas Travel Management introduces booking.com content

Wexas Travel Management is pleased to announce the addition of Booking.com hotel content for all clients wishing to book their business accommodation.

Our recent partnership with Booking.com forms part of our ongoing commitment to providing the best possible service to our clients. Several of our clients had expressed a desire to choose between Booking.com content and prices in our own booking service, and we have recognised this need and are delighted to have rolled out Booking.com content to all clients, alongside our other hotel content options, effective immediately.

If you are an existing client and have any questions regarding booking Booking.com hotel content, please contact your account manager, email [email protected] or get in touch using the form below.

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