Google has shut down its hotel booking services but it has transformed into providing better overarching service of booking flights and travels on its new interface. You will be provided a limited number of tickets on which there will be the availability of provisions that returns you double the difference between what you paid and the lowest price of the ticket from the time you booked to you flying.
The services will also provide for checking into lodging in the new place that you visit. It will also suggest you the places that you have visited earlier. Basically, it is deriving all the basic travel solutions to this basic hub.
In a post by Android Police, it has been mentioned that on the Google Flights front, a price-tracking chart has been installed to include specific figures for comparing, showing whether the current lowest fares are cheap, expensive, or typical for the season. The comparison will be analyzed on the grounds of previous records of price surge and falls in a particular period of time.
To incorporate all of these changes, Google has been offering a ‘price guarantee’ on certain flights booked between August 13 and September 2 for U.S.-based domestic or international travel that is boarding on or before November 24. According to the post,
Google claims that it does not expect the price for your trip to drop by the time you fly if the fare actually does fall, the company will automatically compensate you the difference. You’re able to be refunded for any number of guaranteed flights with a maximum payout of $500 — just make sure you check that the price guarantee applies to your route.
Google Flights, AR Maps, Google hotels, and other services are packing in themselves the huge potential to regulate your travels across the world. Google is soon releasing all the major advances to conform its feet in the world of acting as an internet travel broker for you. The upcoming rumored services like cab booking and ticket reservations are going to act like a cherry on the cake if rolled out soon. Nevertheless, it’s Google whom you ask your best holiday destination and tracks your movement en route to ensure you’re on the track.