I just implemented it on my Hotelblog and I am happy with it. Even bettwer would be dynamic prices after the date entry, but probably bad for conversion
This plugin is absolutely awesome: I can now feature a very clean booking.com booking module on my website. I've tried a few plugins, and I have to say that Greg's booking plugin's is even better that the official wordpress booking.com plugin which merely features a standard booking module in a sidebar, while Greg's plugin can be tailored to fit a specifil hotel, location, hotel chain, etc. This is a GREAT feature since it saves users a great deal of time by serving them a pre-filled search window which will land them on the EXACT hotel they're looking for.
Last but not least, the pugin integrates seemlessly with any blog or website, and since the last update, there's no more CSS/jQuery conflict. And did I mention that the plugin's author provides a great supports and that the plugin is updated on a regular basis?
If you don't have it yet, don't wait and download it right now!
A very simple to use plug-in, a few configuration options and voilà the Booking.com widget is ready. And great support from the developer too!
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