Allez (deep links)

Allez can be used to link from text itself to banners in websites, emails, bios, and the list goes on! Get your users going from one place to another in the most simplest form the web has ever known! Last updated: Apr 2023


  • Use our link generator or manually create links in batch on the fly
  • Automatic Geolocation domain (TLD) handling (for e.g redirecting to .com vs, abritel and vrbo sister sites, etc., based on the clicking user’s location)
  • Automatic language and currency handling
  • Currently up to 2 different landing pages you can choose from (Search Results Page and Hotel Page. Or you can Link Anywhere for infinite possibilities!)
  • Add as many campaign IDs (labels) as you want
  • No adblockers or third party cookies issues

To help ease the transition to Stay22’s Allez product from your existent deep link integration, we’re providing a tiny script that will transform all compatible links into Stay22’s Allez links. Simply copy our snippet from the LetMeAllez script.

Link generator

Hop right in and generate your Allez links using our tool below!

Currently supports links from Booking, Vrbo, Expedia, and This is required so we can track your clicks and earnings! Optional, used to track custom information important for your business
Test link

Smart Geofencing for TLDs

Note that we automatically detect the user’s location and redirect them to the correct TLD based on their IP address. This is to ensure that you can have a seamless experience for your users. For example, even if you generate a link to a site, if the user clicking is from Australia, they will be redirected to the equivalent Australian brand (with the exact same destination and listing details). This in turn increases conversion rates and makes your business more relevant to your users.


  • (US and international, including all languages and currency detections)
  • (France)
  • (Australia)
  • (New Zealand)
  • (Germany)

As for, the brand only supports “” TLD internationally, but we do automatic language and currency setting for your users.


The same smart routing rules applies to Expedia has over 30 TLD’s from .ca,, and etc. You’re in good hands 👍


The same smart routing rules applies to Tripadvisor also has over 30 TLD’s from .fr, .ca,, and etc.

We support redirecting from and to all subdomains for, including (LATAM), and (Brazil).


We offer support for all KAYAK TLDs, ensuring seamless integration with your platform. Our smart routing rules apply to KAYAK as well, allowing users to be redirected to the appropriate local version of the site, such as,, and others, based on their location and preferences. The same rules for its sister sites such as Momondo, HotelsCombined, Cheapflights, Swoodoo, checkfelix, and Mundi.

Manual generation

If you want more flexibility and scalability, you’ll have to manually enter the data and generate the links yourself. We salute you pioneers! Thankfully it’s pretty straight forward as all you have to do is fill out the missing variables. We made it manual because this is to be used on platforms and blogs with many links and it can get pretty draining if you constantly use a form.

Here’s our main suppliers and three ways to link out:

  • Vrbo (and its sister sites like Abritel, Fewo, Stayz and BookABach)
  • Expedia
  • Tripadvisor
  • Kayak (and its sister sites like Momondo, HotelsCombined, Cheapflights, Swoodoo, checkfelix, and Mundi)

A) Listing Page

If you want the user to land directly on the detail page of a listing, simply send in the provider and the listing ID, following this format:{provider}/{listing_id}?aid={aid}&campaign={optional_label}

Don’t forget to send in your AID and input your campaign!

Booking For a deep link, you will need the hotel ID which includes the country code like so: “us/moxy-nyc-times-square”.

Vrbo For a deep link, you will need the Room ID. Make sure the ID is from and not anywhere else like their affiliate websites such as If the ID contains “ha”, “vb”, “a”, “p”, etc.. make sure to include them as part of the ID.

Expedia For an Expedia deep link, you will need the hotel ID. It starts with the letter ‘h’ and can be found after the name of the hotel in the URL. For a deep link, you will need the hotel ID. It starts with the letter ‘ho’ and can be found in the URL.

Tripadvisor For a deep link, you will need the hotel ID(It starts with ’d’ and can be found in the URL) or Listing ID(It starts with g and can be found in the URL).

B) Search Results Page

Only one required parameter is needed, and that is the location with as much information as you can into the address parameter:{provider}?aid={aid}&campaign={optional_label}&address={location}

Don’t forget to send in your AID and input your campaign!

Booking Arena London

Vrbo Japan

Expedia Canada Hills, San Francisco York

Kayak Indonesia

If you can’t seem to find a way to link to a listing or a destination, you can always use our link generator. It’s a simple form with a few fields and it will generate a link for you. Behind the hood, it creates a link to any page on the site for your flexible needs. This is how it works:{provider}?aid={aid}&campaign={optional_label}&link={final_provider_url_encoded}

Don’t forget to send in your AID and input your campaign! NOTE: Make sure the URL you are pasting is encoded!






Certain suppliers have categories that can be linked to along with special parameters. This only works if you are linking using option B (to a destination SRP). Here are the suppliers and categories that we support:{provider}?aid={aid}&campaign={optional_label}&address={address}&category={category}
  • Booking: accommodation
  • Vrbo: accommodation
  • Expedia: accommodation, flight, car, activity, package, cruise
  • accommodation
  • Tripadvisor: accommodation
  • Kayak: flight, accommodation, car, transportation, package

If you’re using category=flight or category=transportation, you can also add fromiata and toiata parameters to specify the origin and destination airports. For example:{aid}&campaign={optional_label}&category=flight&fromiata=YYZ&toiata=YVR

If you omit the fromiata parameter, we will automatically detect the user’s location and use that as the origin airport. If you omit the toiata parameter, we’ll use the address parameter to determine the destination’s IATA code.

Glossary of parameters

  • provider: “booking”, “vrbo”, “expedia”, “hotelscom”, “tripadvisor”, “kayak”
  • listing_id: the room or hotel id. Usually located inside the URL of the listing
  • address: the destination for links that will require it
  • aid: your affiliate ID. If you don’t have one, login or register your account. Looks like this &aid=affiliateid
  • campaign: Use this parameter to track each of your links’ performance (clicks, bookings). Add multiple campaigns like so: &campaign=label1&campaign=label2&campaign=label3
  • checkin && checkout: optional, if you want pass in dates, simply send in this format: &checkin=YYYY-MM-DD
  • adults && children: optional, if you want pass in guest info, simply send in this format: &adults=4&children=2
  • currency: we auto detect it, but if you must send it as &currency=EUR. This parameter is only supported by deep links.
  • lang: we auto detect it, but if you must send it as 2 letter ISO 639-1 code like &lang=pt
  • unitid: this is for vrbo only, to specify a certain unit id (for e.g: unitid=1003656)

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