Tripadvisor reaches 1 billion reviews; here are some of the dumbest

Online travel review site Tripadvisor announced on Tuesday that it has reached one billion user reviews, five years after the site topped 500 million reviews.

Tripadvisor online travel review site said on Tuesday it had reached one billion user reviews, five years after the site surpassed 500 million reviews.

Tripadvisor, founded in 2000, allows users to post their reviews of hotels, resorts, bed and breakfasts, short-term vacation rentals and vacation destinations, as well as restaurants.

The company claims that its users write reviews three times longer than reviews on other travel agent websites and search engines, with the average length of an accommodation review being 688 characters.

His longest English review ever was a 17,241-word review of the Playa Pesquero Resort in Cuba.

Tripadvisor said the most-reviewed accommodation in its history is the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, with over 48,000 reviews to date. The most rated restaurant is Pasteis de Belem in Lisbon, Portugal, with nearly 53,000 reviews. The most reviewed attraction is the Sagrada Familia Basilica in Barcelona, ​​Spain, with over 164,000 reviews.

Not all reviews can be taken seriously, or at least reviews from travelers who haven’t quite understood the iconic places they’ve reviewed. Tripadvisor favourites:

Tripadvisor is a litmus test for the travel industry, which has been hit hard by the pandemic. As of March 2020, Tripadvisor said more than 350,000 businesses reviewed on its platforms have been flagged as closed, though not necessarily all of them due to the pandemic. He also said that during the same period, more than 1.26 million new business listings appeared on Tripadvisor.

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