Online reservations platform AMOMA files for bankruptcy

Spanish news publication Preferente claimed on Friday that the hotel reservation platform AMOMA has ceased operations and filed for bankruptcy. Amoma was one of the few booking platforms that did not belong to the Expedia or Priceline group., the 3rd largest worldwide online reservations platform, was created to offer travelers the best value hotels at unbeatable prices. The site is available in 21 languages and offers over 230,000 properties in 200 countries. provides a user-friendly platform for booking instantly accommodations ranging from hostels to five-star luxury hotels, and supports its travelers with expert customer care, from beginning to end. Best deals for hotels in 57,000 destinations. Choose from over 300,000 hotels and book your hotel room at the best price.

Guilain Denisselle (Editor of French trade publication Tendance Hotellerie) said: “Everyone knew this was going to happen. The question was when. You can find hundreds of bad comments from consumers.”

On Saturday, Amoma stopped taking bookings and made a statement on their website:

If you are affected, contact your hotel and bank and confirm the cancellation of your booking. Written confirmation is necessary.