Hotel website translation has never been this easy


+ get search engine rankings in other languages


+ tap into our network of translation professionals


+ launch translated sites with a few clicks


+ no programming/IT work required


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Are you doing a good job at attracting international guests?



Instead of relying just on Online travel agencies (OTAs) to drive your reservations, you've invested in content marketing and built a great website. But what happens when international guests try to find you online?



They'll likely type a query in their own language and to respond to that query you'll need content in that language.


What about using free machine translation on your hotel website? Besides the fact that poorly translated content could actually hurt your brand, machine translation widgets don't provide any SEO (search engine optimization) benefits, since they only translate "on-the-fly", and search engines can't index their output.

Foreign language content also gives your hotel more prominence, meaning more mentions in foreign language social media, as well as more listings in hotel, B&B and inn web directories and aggregators.


Even if your international guests speak English and they manage to find you online, they'll likely warm up to content in their own language. It may just be that final factor that helps them choose your property over a competitor's hotel that does not yet have a site in their own language.

Happy hotel guest

Introducing the smartest way to translate your hotel website

Contextual Translation

Translate the entire site, or only content that you specify. We can assist you with finding the right translators for your hotel, inn or bed & breakfast website.

Cloud Translation Delivery

Your translated websites can now be delivered instantly from the cloud, without requiring access to your site's code, or any custom programming. Just focus on your existing site and let Lingumania take care of the localized versions.

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