Related article: Vendor guidelines for collecting reviews

We value your contributions and encourage you to interact with your fellow hoteliers! We also want to make sure that Hotel Tech Report is a safe, trustworthy and credible source for hotel tech advice and information. To help us with this goal, we ask that you abide by the following rules for reviews:

Must Be a Verified Hotelier

Only reviews from verified hoteliers will be published. If you are a vendor or hospitality consultant and you want to recommend a vendor you may leave a partner recommendation.


To keep content fresh for our readers, we ask that you stick to writing about experiences that occurred within the past year.


Keep your reviews relevant and helpful to hoteliers – keep in mind they are reading your review to understand what an experience with the business might be like. For this reason, please don’t include any personal opinions about politics, ethics, religion or wider social issues. If you have a question or comment for Hotel Tech Report about our moderation policies, you can contact us via the live chat on-site.


Reviews are most helpful when they provide unbiased advice. We don't allow individuals or entities who own or are affiliated with a vendor to post reviews of their business or competing establishments. Reviews submitted in an attempt to blackmail a listing will not be published. If you suspect a review is fake or doesn't meet Hotel Tech Report's posting guidelines, you may "Contest the Review".

Our community wants to hear about your experience. This means no second-hand information, rumors, or quotations from other sources. Please, only provide reviews based on substantial experiences you’ve had and be sure to include enough detail in your review that other hoteliers will find your advice helpful.

Easy to Read

We have a required character count for reviews — fill up the space with details about your experience and and do not include extra characters or spaces.


Any mentions of features must be accurate. If a review contains any content that can be proven factually inaccurate it is not able to be published on Hotel Tech Report.

A few final points

Once you've written a review, you can always edit or update it to reflect your most recent experiences.  You may do this by leaving a new review, reaching out via the live chat or if a vendor sends you an update request.

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