How does trivago determine the "our recommendations" sort?

The "our recommendations" feature is based on a dynamic algorithm that shows you a range of attractive and relevant offers we think you’re going to love. We display in green a “recommended deal” which our algorithm recommends as a great offer. Our algorithm takes into account a number of relevant factors, such as your search criteria (for example your location and stay dates), the offer’s price, its general attractiveness and the accuracy of the rates provided to us by the booking sites. We also take into account the fee booking sites provide us with when a user clicks on an offer. We require booking sites to meet a de minimis fee requirement for any particular offer to be listed on our site.

Below to the "recommended deal", we display additional offers to allow you to compare other deals for the same accommodation. You may find a lower price offer below the recommended deal that is displayed as “our lowest price”. While price is an important factor when selecting our "recommended deal", we believe other factors, such as those mentioned above, make offers attractive and relevant to you and contribute to high levels of satisfaction by our users.

Ultimately, our mission is to give you the information and tools to help you find your ideal accommodation.

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