Translation of booking in Spanish:

booking

reserva, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbʊkɪŋ/

noun

British
  • 1

    (reservation)
    reserva feminine
    reservación feminine Latin America
    bookings are now being taken se aceptan reservas
    • to make/cancel a booking hacer/cancelar una reserva
    • postal/telephone booking reserva por correo/teléfono
    • Advance ticket bookings are up 70% in part because of frustrated demand.
    • Extra staff will be on hand at stations and for telesales during the first few days of the promotion when bookings for advance purchase tickets are expected to be particularly high.
    • A booking fee of 50p per transaction applies to all advance ticket bookings.
    • Early booking is advisable but tickets should be available on the night.
    • Early booking of tickets is advisable as the event always proves to be highly enjoyable and well attended.
    • Advance booking is essential as places are limited and bookings will only be taken from Tuesday November 11.
    • As tickets are limited early booking is essential to avoid disappointment.
    • Early booking is essential, so please ring as soon as possible.
    • He is liaising closely with experts from Ascot and York police, and hopes to glean the travel plans from those booking tickets well in advance.
    • Seats with extra leg room are essential, and can be reserved with your booking.
    • The booking of train tickets at Hyderabad station was smooth and efficient and the staff at the specially built Reservation Complex were extremely helpful.
    • Advance booking for dinner is strongly recommended.
    • Advance booking is not necessary and, with a bit of notice, it is possible to include a screening of any school curriculum films or films of local interest.
    • Advance booking at the theatre box office is recommended.
    • Advance booking is vital for this stimulating, enjoyable and experimental approach to life-drawing.
    • Advance booking is always advisable but you can of course always take a chance on the day itself.
    • Although the centre only really deals with last minute accommodation bookings, they were up by 85 per cent from 16 last year to 31.
    • The information centre can be used to make accommodation bookings, find out what is on in York, book days out, tours and coach holidays to destinations in the UK and Europe.
    • That can include arranging taxis, arranging hotel accommodation, changing ferry bookings, arranging alternative flights where necessary.
    • Potential visitors would be able to log on, click through details of all the hotels and packages available, then make direct bookings for transport and accommodation.
    • But he had already had his passport lifted and his concert bookings canceled.
    • In the rough-and-tumble world of concert booking and promotion, no good deed goes unpunished.
  • 2

    (engagement)
    compromiso masculine