HolidayCheck AG operates the biggest independent ratings portal for holidays and trips in the German-speaking countries. Do you want to learn more about us? Then click HERE.
All accommodations that have had at least one rating published on HolidayCheck within the review period from 01/04/2021 – 31/03/2022 and for a stay at the same time period are “Reviewed on HolidayCheck”.
At the same time, you can take this as an opportunity to motivate your German-speaking guests to leave a hotel review on HolidayCheck. We recommend that you download our print templates for front desk displays, rating cards and our email signature for your property. You can find these here:
We have also added useful tips to the following article to help you get more reviews:
Yes! This year, we will be posting our free stickers to all hotels that had at least one rating published on HolidayCheck during the review period. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide both your full address and contact person details.
The shipping will take place after we reveived your email. This may take several weeks, depending on the location of your accommodation.
No. “Reviewed on HolidayCheck” does not mean that a hotel has won an award. It shows that the accommodation had at least one review published on HolidayCheck in the period from 01/04/2021 – 31/03/2022.
All information and minimum requirements relating to the “Recommended on HolidayCheck 2022” accolade can be found in the following article:
All accommodations which had at least one review published within the specified timeframe will receive a free sticker by post if one is requested. The type of feedback a property has received (positive or critical) is irrelevant.
All ratings submitted in the period from 01/04/2021 and 31/03/2022 will be considered. It is applicable to all reviews whose date of both travel and publication fall within the timeframe in question.
No host enjoys getting critical feedback from their guests. However, even such a review may contain valuable suggestions for improvement. And these do not always require major investment.
When commenting on positive or critical reviews, we recommend that you do so in a strictly professional manner by offering your own perspective. This will instil sympathy and trust in future travellers. We explain how to comment on reviews in the following article.
Use the “Reviewed on HolidayCheck” directly to encourage your German-speaking guests to leave a review. Because what counts for potential guests is the overall impression gleaned from a variety of ratings, and not just one.
Additional tips on how to deal with critical feedback are listed here: