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Expedia Headquarters Information

Expedia, Inc. is a publicly listed (NASDAQ: EXPE) conglomerate operating renowned online travel brands such as Expedia.com, Hotwire.com, trivago among many others. Its subsidiaries operate in over 60 countries, powering travel bookings of hotels and airlines, and also offering holiday tips and advice.

Expedia is the brainchild of the US tech giant Microsoft. The travel business was founded in 1996 but separated from the tech giant in 1999. InterActiveCorp (IAC), then known as TicketMaster, acquired it eventually.

IAC divested its travel businesses under one banner, the Expedia, Inc. in August 2005. Its subsidiaries included Egencia then known as Expedia Corporate Travel, Expedia, Classic Vacations, Hotels.com, eLong, Hotwire.com and TripAdvisor which was spun out in 2011 to TripAdvisor Media Group. In December 2012 Expedia acquired Trivago for about $630 million.

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Expedia Headquarters Info

Expedia headquarters is in Bellevue, Washington

Physical address:    333 108th Ave NE

Bellevue, WA 98004

Contact Info:

Primary: (425) 679-7200

Toll Free: (800) 397-3342 (Press 3 to talk to customer service personnel)

Customer Service Department

Toll Free: 1-877-787-7186

Direct: 1-404-728-8787 (International calls)

Twitter

You can ask your questions on Twitter every Wednesday via #Expediachat between 1:30 p.m. EST / 10:30 a.m. PST and 3:00 p.m. EST / 12:00 p.m. PST.

Email Contacts

info@expedia.com

Official Website

  • The official web address of Expedia is www.expedia.com.
  • You can access the website and all services through the Expedia App, available on Windows, Android, and iOS mobile platforms.

Expedia Executive Team

  • Dara Khosrowshahi – President and Chief Executive Officer, Expedia, Inc.
  • Mark Okerstrom – Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President Operations
    • Barry Diller – Chairman and Senior Executive
    • Victor Kaufman – Vice Chairman
    • Dara Khosrowshahi – President and Chief Executive Officer, Expedia, Inc.
    • Mark Okerstrom – Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President Operations
    • Robert Dzielak – Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
    • Robert Dzielak – Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary

Expedia Core Business

The company focuses on providing travel products and complementary services. While other independent service providers may offer the services, it offers a one-roof market where you can get all the services. It also provides advertising services through its portals such as Expedia.com and Hotels.com.

Its brands include:

  • Egencia: Corporate travel Management Company.
  • TrivagoTM: An online hotel meta-search company, covering over 60 countries.
  • Venere.com: Europe’s online hotel reservation portal.
  • HomeAway: the Vacation rental industry online marketplace.
  • Wotif.com Holdings Ltd (Wotif Group): Traveling brand portal. It includes;
  • com
  • co.nz
  • com.au
  • com.nz
  • com.au.
  • CarRentals.com: Online based rental car booking company.
  • Classic Vacations: Provides luxury travel solutions.
  • Expedia CruiseShipCenters: With a network of over 200 retail travel agency franchises in North America, it provides booking of cruises and vacations, and tips on the same.
  • Others include Hotwire.com, Orbitz Worldwide, Expedia Affiliate Network

Expedia Headquarters Location

333 108th Ave NE Bellevue, WA 98004, United States

4 Reviews
  1. Dan Peltier  Reply

    TripAdvisor and Expedia are very helpful when it comes to getting the best hotels. No wonder hoteliers are paying close attention to reviews on these platforms.

    It is generally perceived that hotels respond more to negative reviews than positive ones. It is no brainer, why would they respond to positive ones when it is not cutting on their business? But they should respond to both positive and negative reviews.

    1. Walter Oduor  Reply

      Yes Peltier, hoteliers keenly follow customer reviews on Expedia. I was particularly moved by a story ran by the Mirror. The story talked of the response the management of Sugo Pasta Kitchen to a client they described as petty!

      The review posted by the customer in question had criticized the eatery’s 90 minutes table-turnaround policy and further claimed that the food were not as good as the other reviews claimed. You can read the story through this link http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/tripadvisor-reviewer-slams-restaurant-shut-7232364.

      So generally many hoteliers interact with their customer through Expedia’s TripAdvisor. They (hoteliers) want to know the experiences of their customers, and more so to see the areas to improve on.

  2. Joy Joan  Reply

    I have personally never used Expedia, for I have never travelled out of my country, nor do I do a lot of local travels. However, I have helped a friend book flights on several occasions using the marketplace.

    One thing I could say is that searches are made easier on the platform by the “My Scratchpad” tool which saves searches to enable you compare different prices for your destination.

    While it is exceptionally cool to use Expedia, you’ve to be cautious as it extremely difficult to get full refund in case you cancel your flight. You don’t get full refunds for flights or bookings cancelled 24 hours after booking!

    1. Walter Oduor  Reply

      Expedia provides a plethora of tools to help you in your searches. On a platform with thousands of hotels and hundreds of airlines, it would be extremely difficult to navigate had it not been for the said tools. One thing that many people I have met complain in regards to this platform is in regards to refunds following cancellation of a journey. They have a short window change policies!


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