Other help

  • I have feedback on the trivago website & search filters
    Sharing feedback takes little time but means a lot to us!
    Your feedback is one of the many methods we use to improve our product and create the best possible experience for our users.
    Please contact us to submit your feedback. We look forward to hearing from you!
    If you need help using our many features, check out our article on How to use trivago.


    💡 To share feedback on your stay, check this article: How can I submit a review or feedback on my stay?
  • How do I change my password or deactivate my trivago account?
    This article is aimed for user accounts only. If you are a property/ hotel owner, you can manage your account here.

    Resetting your password 

    You can easily and securely reset your password with few steps:
    1. Follow this link and submit your email address
    2. After you’ve sent in your request, check your inbox (and spam folder) to see our email with a link to reset your password.

    Changing the email linked to your trivago account

    It is not possible to replace the email address linked to your trivago account. What you can do instead is deactivate your current account and then create a new account with the email address that you want to use.

    Deactivating your account 

    To deactivate your account, you can send us a message. In your message, please include your full name and email address connected to your trivago account.
    Please keep in mind, once deleted, trivago will no longer have access to any personal account data. To read more on our privacy policies, you can follow this link.
    If you change your mind, you are always welcome to come back and register once more!
  • How do I unsubscribe from newsletters?
    You can unsubscribe from our newsletters anytime by pressing the “unsubscribe” button at the very bottom of the email.
    If you experience any difficulties unsubscribing, get in touch and our User Support team will help out.
  • Where can I leave feedback on trivago's advertising campaigns?

    If you have any questions or would like to share feedback on any of our advertising campaigns, please contact us here.


    Your thoughts and suggestions help us improve our services and better tailor our campaigns to our audience.

  • How do I redeem my trivago cashback voucher?

    In order to redeem your trivago cashback voucher, please attach a copy of your booking confirmation and enter your information into this form.

  • Scam Advice

    It can unfortunately occur that scammers misuse the trivago brand, logos and/or domain, falsely presenting themselves as trivago employees, affiliates, agents or representatives to offer fictitious employment opportunities at trivago. Under these false pretences, they may try to get money from you.

    trivago is an online accommodation search platform and will never ask for money, upfront payments (neither as “traditional payment” nor in cryptocurrency), or otherwise, in exchange for fictitious employment opportunities at trivago. Any such offer that claims to be from trivago is fraudulent.

    Such defrauding offers and claims are usually received via social networking services (SNS) such as Whatsapp and Telegram, text messaging, the internet, phone, etc. 


    See below for claims these scammers may make. Please note, this is a non-exhaustive list:
    • It may propose a job offer or task to work on trivago platform in exchange for an upfront payment
    • You may be told to invest money to earn commissions/bonus
    • You may be told to deposit money in order to withdraw after completing a task
    In any case, disregard any written or oral requests for a job offer that you believe to be fraudulent, or suspicious. For up-to-date information about our job postings please check out our Careers Page.
    We’re taking a number of actions to stop these fraudsters such as measures based on our IP rights as well as contacting the police as best as we can.


    See below for the advice we can provide: 


    • Contact your bank/payment provider to see if they can help with regards to a charge-back or to cancel the transfer as soon as possible. Tell them that there has been a fraud and the details of the account that the money has been transferred to
    • Contact your local police/authorities, tell them that you were a victim of fraud and give them all the documents relating to the scam (such as messages, screenshots)
    • Contact the bank that the money was sent to. This can be determined by the bank account details that are provided by the scammer
    • Be vigilant. Don’t be duped by logos, domains, email addresses, imagery or text that sounds like trivago
    • Don’t call unsolicited numbers: trivago is an online accommodation metasearch, so we don’t take bookings over the phone nor ask payments directly
    • Do not make a payment to anyone claiming to be trivago neither as traditional payment nor in cryptocurrency 
    • Never reveal passwords, personal information or bank details over email, phone, messaging platforms on your phone like Whatsapp, Telegram or instant message. Similarly, be wary of clicking links and if you believe something to be a scam email and don’t open any attachments
    • More generally when paying for things online, in many countries using a credit card typically gives consumers greater protection should something go wrong