Sunday, March 04, 2018

The Top 5 Open Source Hotel Booking Engine Software

1. Solidres

This 100% free and open source hotel booking software is made for Joomla and WordPress, and promises the advantages of customizability and flexibility.

Price: free / $89 - $499 / one-time payment

2. KWHotel

KWHotel is hotel management software that offers three versions: pro, standard, and free. KWHotel Free can only be used on a single workstation and is intended for small operations. In February 2017, the company announced that they had released the new KWHotel Booking Engine, which applies to all versions. 

Price: free / Starting from $60 - $100 and above / per year

3. Online Hotel Booking System Pro

This is the pro version of Online Hotel Booking System. Powerful hotel reservation system with real time availability and room booking functionality. room, room types, capacity, hotel rates with different date range and month wise advance payment feature. Online reservation manager at the back-end with invoices.
Price: $249 / one-time payment

4. PHPTravels

One of the most cutting-edge online booking solutions on the market. Mobile, Tablet, Laptop & Desktop users enjoy a fully tailored experience while browsing our travel portal. we boast your travel business with our technology.

Price: $500 / one-time payment

5. uHotelBooking

uHotelBooking is a powerful hotel management and online booking/reservation site script. This script is the fully functional PHP solution to manage small to medium sized hotels, holiday flats or guesthouses. Our hotel reservation system allows you to start online reservations and customer management in minutes. It has been specially designed to simplify the task of hotel booking online.

Administrator can manage room types, hotel rates and booking options. Powerful administrator panel and online reservation manager at the back-end includes invoices and reports functionality. 

Price: Starting from $99 and above / one-time payment

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