Open source hotel booking system. Via a central api called CultSwitch it is possible to make bookings and set the actual availabilities in the hotels pms. This is easy to install and easy to integrate with full support.
- Control over the design of the Booking Engine, matching your website - making it completely your own Booking Engine.
- Rates & availabilities directly taken from your PMS
- Supports interactive features - Availability Calendar, Location Search etc.
- Fully Customisable - Look and Feel, emails etc.
- Free of cost.
Easy to install and use.
I just wanted to clarify everyone on sourceforge, why we take ALL the Hotelier data on our website. We take all the Hotel related data, so that we can provide as much information as possible in your Customised CultBooking Open Source Booking Engine, inorder to attract the online customers, leaving NO signs of questions regarding the Hotel, they are planning to book. The more information that we capture, the more are the chances to INCREASE your bookings via CultBooking Open Source. And what more, the Hotel related data is taken ONE TIME, but the benefits of increased number of bookings of your Hotel, due to this captured Hotel data is very high. The data that is captured ONE TIME during the setup on CultDesk / CSI, is NOT ONLY used to promote your Hotel with your customised CultBooking Open Source Booking Engine BUT ALSO on the MOST POPULAR and MAJOR Booking Channels like booking.com, HRS etc. , if you decide to choose Cultuzz as your Channel Manager.
This is not open source software. You must create provide your information to CulDesk as per the installation guide. "Inorder to install CultBooking OpenSource, on your webserver, you are required to set up your account , inside our "CulDesk". Please make sure that you have successfully set up an account in the CultDesk, before you start. "
Good solution for an instant booking engine.
Cheaters ! You have to give them ALL YOUR DATA on their website in order to use the PHP Client. This information is not obviuous - a waste of time. Shoud be removed from SF.