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Steve Spagnola
Written by Steve Spagnola
Last updated May 6, 2024

Scraping the API

If you work in the travel or hospitality industry, you may be very interested to know the pricing & availability data for your specific local market.

Scraped Pricing Data

Unfortunately, many travel aggregator websites like don’t make this information easily accessible, but using a special technique involving HAR files, we can legally intercept and scrape pricing data from without violating the Terms of Service.

To start scraping, head to the Website and enter any area and search term to get the results for. You can also apply any of the filters you need - we suggest being as specific as possible to narrow down the results to only the ones you’re interested in.

Once you’re happy with the results shown on the page, right click on the web page and hit “Inspect” to open up developer tools, which will begin automatically recording your web traffic. Now refresh the page to have the API reload its data into your browser while you’re recording it.

Right Click and Hit Inspect, Reload the Webpage

If you’re curious to see what’s going on, check out the “Network” tab under developer tools and type in graphql to only show these API requests. You’ll be able to see the raw JSON data that the API is sending to your browser as you interact with the website.

2. Export a HAR File

You can scroll through the results if you’d like to load more, but they seem to load a bit on the first page only, so you may not need to scroll through anything. To get the raw JSON data out of the browser, click the down arrow under the “Network” tab in developer tools labeled “Export HAR…” to download a HAR file containing all of the intercepted API data from

Click Parse Group

On the HAR file grouping page, look for a HAR grouping ending in graphql but also check to make sure you see fields with the word “price” in them, as shown in the screenshot above. There are several different graphql API calls made, so you need to make sure you select the correct one. Click “Parse Group” to parse out the JSON data into CSV format.

3. Download Hotels Data

Once the parse completes, you should see the data › propertySearch › propertySearchListings group as the first result. Unfortunately, there are a lot of excess columns, but you can look for the following columns we’ll list out below for the most useful information about each search result.

Scraped Data

  • id ID of the Property
  • cardLink.resource.value URL to the property with exact pricing
  •[0].media.url Image URL for the first carousel image
  • mediaSection.badges.tertiaryBadge.text Call to Action Text (E.g. “Only 5 Left!”)
  • headingSection.heading Hotel Name
  • headingSection.messages[0].text Hotel Area
  • priceSection.priceSummary.displayMessages[0].lineItems[0].price.formatted Original Price
  • priceSection.priceSummary.options[0].displayPrice.formatted Discounted (Current) Price
  • summarySections[0].guestRatingSection.badge.text Hotel Rating (Out of 10)

Images & Amenities

You’ll also see other collections to download the image URLs and ameneties as separate collections, since each property can have multiple of each type. Look for the data › propertySearch › propertySearchListings › mediaSection › gallery › media collection which will contain a row for each image and the data › propertySearch › propertySearchListings › headingSection › amenities collection to download the full list of amenities.

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