Vacation rental tech firm sells B2C sites to

LeisureLink, a vacation rental technology company, has sold several of its consumer-facing websites to Aspen-based

Terms of the deal were not disclosed but, the largest provider of mountain vacations in North America, will integrate its online reservations technology into former LeisureLink sites including, and’s call center is already handling LeisureLink properties.

LeisureLink CEO Julian Castello said in a statement the sale will allow it to allocate more resources to its core vacation rental distribution business, which feeds inventory into brands such as Airbnb, and Expedia. It also connects with

VacationRoost acquired LeisureLink in 2014 and adopted that company’s name in the process.  At the start of this year, it secured $17 million in funding from backers Clearstone Ventures, Kinderhook Industries and Escalate Capital Partners.

As vacation rentals become part of the accommodation mainstream, the technology firms powering that sector are increasingly on the radar of the investment community. LeisureLink’s decision to drop some of its consumer brands and focus on its B2B platform could be a sign that the tech suppliers are allowing the Airbnb/Expedia/ triumvirate to fight amongst themselves for the consumer.

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About the Writer :: Juliana Shallcross

Juliana Shallcross is a guest contributor. She was previously the managing editor of HotelChatter, VegasChatter, and Jaunted for 10 years. Based in LA, she now writes about hotels for a variety of publications including Condé Nast Traveler and LE Miami. She’s also chronicling cool places to take the kids at TripsandGiggles.



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