The deal will give visitors to Macau.com access to nearly 149,000 hotels worldwide, using EAN’s latest Chameleon hotel booking platform.
TripAdvisor user-generated reviews will be displayed when searching for a hotel on the website.
The agreement follows commercial co-operation between Macau.com and Expedia, which kicked off in January, to distribute tickets for Macau live entertainment shows.
Macau attracted almost 28 million visitors last year, with more than half travelling from mainland China.
Macau.com general manager Mitchell Tan said: “This partnership combines Macau.com’s unrivalled local expertise and destination marketing platform with EAN’s best-in-class booking platform. This combination significantly increases our volumes and global distribution, together with our hotel partners, to meet growing demand.”
Expedia Affiliate Network president Henrik Kjellberg said: “Macau.com is an essential site for anyone thinking about visiting Macau so we are extremely excited to work with them, and be able to provide access to a tremendous increase in Macau hotel inventory via EAN’s hotel booking platform.”