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Priceline's Booking.com Renews Partnership Deal With AccorHotels - Quick Facts

Booking.com B.V., part of The Priceline Group (PCLN), Thursday announced that it has renewed partnership agreement with hotel operator AccorHotels (ACRFY.PK,ACRFF.PK).

Booking.com, which connects travelers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, noted that thousands of AccorHotels properties are currently available on Booking.com. Customers will now be able to discover, book and enjoy even more great stays with ease and confidence via Booking.com.

This new agreement goes into affect on April 1 with new AccorHotels properties continuing to be added to the Booking.com platform over the coming months. Additional terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

With the renewed commitment, the company expects that Booking.com and AccorHotels can continue to grow their businesses together, introducing both new and existing Booking.com customers to outstanding AccorHotels brand experiences in every corner of the globe.

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