When you search for a hotel on Google, you may see a class rating for the property. Class ratings range between one to five stars and can be used to refine your search. They are located after review ratings in each hotel summary. Please note that these two ratings are different.
Google gathers data for class ratings from a variety of sources, including third-party partners, direct research, feedback from hoteliers and machine learning inference that examines and evaluates hotel attributes, such as price, location, room size and amenities. A two-star hotel may have modest rooms and economy pricing, while a four-star hotel might feature upscale decor, a dedicated concierge, 24-hour room service and luxury amenities such as bathrobes and minibars.
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Hotels that do not show a class rating have not yet been evaluated by Google. If you are a hotelier and have a question, or would like to provide feedback on your property’s class rating, let us know by contacting us.