Joomla! Extensions Directory



Booking, e-Commerce, Vertical Markets, Billing & Invoices, Booking & Reservations

With more than 2,000 active licenses, we're proud to be Joomla's best hotel booking system.

  • Get this

What are you looking for? An online bookings system for your villa? Something for a small guest house or gite, or are you thinking bigger? Perhaps you want to be the next

All of these options are within your grasp with Jomres.

The Core system is free, if you want a simple booking or reservation component for your hotel's site then the free core system is all you need to get up and running. If you decide you want to add functionality to your hotel later on then you can upgrade to Jomres Solo, Silver or Gold to allow you to install some of the many plugins available.

All of this is free!

  • Supports both Bootstrap 2 and Bootstrap 3, another first. As always, where we lead other Booking systems will follow.
  • Tried and tested. Jomres is a true bookings portal and has thousands of users who've helped us to fine-tune the system to make it the best in it's class.
  • The property manager's interface has been designed after consulting with real property managers to provide the most fluid, logical layout possible.
  • Great dashboard with drag and click to create a booking, or drag away to easily cancel a booking.
  • Intelligent, ajax driven booking form. Equally suited to booking hotels, B&Bs and individual properties like apartments and villas. If the guest's not ready to book right away, they can contact the hotel directly through a form instead. It can also be used for hiring other items like cars, boats and tools.
  • Guests, invoices and booking listings are all ajax driven meaning that it deals with large data volumes very easily.
  • Modular, it's designed to be third party plugin friendly. See the extension specific plugins page here on the JED, or visit our Partners page.
  • Google maps well supported, drag and drop pointers or type your address for the pointer to move.
  • QR codes in both front and backend facing pages, so receptionists can scan a customer's booking printout and immediately book them in on arrival. Guests can scan QR codes to be taken to directions to the property.
  • Fully automatic exchange rate conversion. No configuration required at all, Jomres will download the current rates daily and use them as needed.
  • Review functionality, which can either be automatically approved or not.
  • Detailed invoicing shows all line items, including tax. Additional items added to invoices can have their own tax rates.
  • Channel Management integration is currently under development.
  • All property management is done via the frontend of the site, no need to allow managers to access the administrator area.
  • Legendary support. See our review history for yourself, we have always been committed to providing the best support we can to our users.

Don't offer another cookie-cutter booking site, be creative and innovate, using Jomres as the foundation you can build upon.


JomRes offer all the functionalities necessary

Ease of use

Steep learning curve but excellent documentation


Great support


Great documentation

I used this to: Clients project room rental


Quite complete and enhancing

Ease of use

Fast learning process


Quite reactive


Excellent, quite complete

I used this to: Since 2013


Jomres includes many features for a successful project. Jomres is very complete

Ease of use

Jomres requires a learning time but the documentation is well done and very complete


Jomres support is very effective and fast, excellent


Clear and complete documentation

I used this to: I used Jomres booking system for a campsite with caravan pitch and mobile home accommodation with Joomla 3.3


It has numerous functionalities, that I could not even enable them all

Ease of use

I must say i was a bit confused at the begginning. But the documentation is excellent and guided me in every step.


Needless to say that their support and their forum provided everything i needed so far.


I think the best ever written.

I used this to: Reservation system


This extension functions as it should and says it does. It is almost the most complete system imaginable with the functions that it offers.

Ease of use

Require some knowledge of Joomla and at times some ironing out of conflicts, but I would say easy for me. Maybe not for everyone. Great!


Support is excellent. They take bug reports seriously and are quick to iron it out with you until its resolved. Excellent!


A lot of documentation but can still add more for some of the modules.

I used this to: A number of booking sites that require room, hotel booking, tours, and rentals of other items not related to accommodations.

Perfect - The Best

Posted on 20 February 2015

Jomres is perfect booking reservations. Congratulations.

Ease of use

Excelente Support

I used this to: Travel Agency

A Jomres Story

Posted on 27 January 2015

The functionality is good and even better if you purchase a commercial licence to use the plugins.
Updating is a mess.

Ease of use

Not that easy to use. You have to understand how Jomres do and manage things. Especially if you have to customize things...


One of the best supports ever, really. The team and other users do a very good job in the forum!
Without that I would had shoot myself.


It is a mess. I am sorry, but take a look to the documentation and then tell me you are able to get Jomres run without the demo setup.

I used this to: As an example of good willing but failed and old fashion programming.
As an example of a good stand-alone software that shouldn't be connected to Joomla. (It's not a native component!)
Sometimes I like to torture myself and review some code of the mini-components.

Thank you to the all developers for great jomres component. Many functions with excellent support service. Highly recommended to everyone who needs to book or reserve anything.

Owner's reply: You're welcome ;)

Best Value booking system I found on the JED by far. It´s being more than one year I have being using this and once you understand the way it works it is really easy to manage. Support is fast and effective. The source code is open and you can customize it as long you have programming skills and if you do not have the skills, there is a big developers community specialised in Jomres if you really need customize it. Anyway it is complete enough to fit more than 90% of any tourism booking site.

Owner's reply: Awesome, thanks mate.

We bought this programm (it’s much more as an extension) several weeks ago.

Reason: We started using Vikbooking, which is easy and nice, but could unfortunatelly not ‚let’s say‘ serve us what we needed (room tariffs for 2014 – but different one’s for 2015). … But we needed these and other configuration possiblities. Vikbooking: ->all in all a nice program but (for us) to limited.

°Now some words about joomres: We started with a paid version (with tickets). To be honest, the first day I thought I have to quit with this project. Why: because I thought to complicated to get things running. But the programm offers everything and more we needed for the hotel.

I’m everything else but paid by jomres but my recommendation ist to buy some tickets. The guys there (we were in contact with Aladar and Vince) helped us throught the whole process and now it works much better than expected – for us a FANTASTIC BOOKING SOLUTION !

Recommendation for new user: read the manual and get into the huge forum on before starting – YOU’LL SAVE SEVERAL HOURS THINKING THAT THIS PROGRAMM IS BUGGY, because it’s not -.

°Most of the problems we had in the beginning were related to our (older and not perfect programmed) template (joomla 2.5). Meanwhile we made a new website (joomla 3.3.3 – bootstraped) and from the beginning on no problems at all. Also the administration area on a tablet – perfect! This is what the hotel manager wanted to have.

°One of the guys before mentioned something like that it takes a lot of time to get into (learning curve). Yes and No for me. If you are lucky with the standard settings, I would say it’s not a big issue. If you need some special settings / design – it takes more time – but you’ll face with this also if you program a website – so NO CONS FOR ME – more possiblities – better product – more time to configurate.

°It was for me in the beginning strange to do some settings (related to the property) in the frontend and not in the backend. But now after several weeks working with the system I don’t want to handle the system in another way. It prevents some problems with ‚normal users‘ like receptionists i.e. What we did to get to the frontend administration: created a contact form and linked it to a shadow menu – looks professional.

Last but not least I’ll say THANK YOU to Aladar and Vince for this great product !

Owner's reply: You're welcome Val-in
Clacks overhead

Clacks overhead

Free | Core Enhancements | Vince Wooll
1 review
This plugin adds X-Clacks-Overhead: GNU Terry Pratchett to the headers of your Joomla website. See for more information. A lot of what travelled on the Grand Trunk was called the Overhead. It was instructions to towers, reports, messages about messages, even chatter between operators, although this was strictly forbidden these days. It was all in code. It was very rare you got Plain in the Overhead. But now . . . 'There it goes again,' she said. 'It must be wrong. It's got no origin code and no address. It's Overhead, but it's in Plain.' On the other side of the tower, sitting in a seat facing the opposite direction because he was operating the up-line, was Roger, who was seventeen and already working for his tower-master certificate. His hand didn't stop moving as he said: 'What did it say?' 'There was GNU, and I know that's a code, and then just a name. It was John Dearheart. Was it a—' 'You sent it on?' said Grandad. Grandad had been hunched in the corner, repairing a shutter box in this cramped shed halfway up the tower. Grandad was the tower-master and had been everywhere and knew everything. Everyone called him Grandad. He was twenty-six. He was always doing something in the tower when she was working the line, even though there was always a boy in the other chair. She didn't work out why until later. 'Yes, because it was a G code,' said Princess. 'Then you did right. Don't worry about it.' 'Yes, but I've sent that name before. Several times. Upline and downline. Just a name, no message or anything!' She had a sense that something was wrong, but she went on: 'I know a U at the end means it has to be turned round at the end of the line, and an N means Not Logged.' This was showing off, but she'd spent hours reading the cypher book. 'So it's just a name, going up and down all the time! Where's the sense in that?' Something was really wrong. Roger was still working his line, but he was staring ahead with a thunderous expression. Then Grandad said: 'Very clever, Princess. You're dead right.' 'Hah!' said Roger. 'I'm sorry if I did something wrong,' said the girl meekly. 'I just thought it was strange. Who's John Dearheart?' 'He . . . fell off a tower,' said Grandad. 'Hah!' said Roger, working his shutters as if he suddenly hated them. 'He's dead?' said Princess. 'Well, some people say—' Roger began. 'Roger!' snapped Grandad. It sounded like a warning. 'I know about Sending Home,' said Princess. 'And I know the souls of dead linesmen stay on the Trunk.' 'Who told you that?' said Grandad. Princess was bright enough to know that someone would get into trouble if she was too specific. 'Oh, I just heard it,' she said airily. 'Somewhere.' 'Someone was trying to scare you,' said Grandad, looking at Roger's reddening ears. It hadn't sounded scary to Princess. If you had to be dead, it seemed a lot better to spend your time flying between the towers than lying underground. But she was bright enough, too, to know when to drop a subject. It was Grandad who spoke next, after a long pause broken only by the squeaking of the new shutter bars. When he did speak, it was as if something was on his mind. 'We keep that name moving in the Overhead,' he said, and it seemed to Princess that the wind in the shutter arrays above her blew more forlornly, and the everlasting clicking of the shutters grew more urgent. 'He'd never have wanted to go home. He was a real linesman. His name is in the code, in the wind in the rigging and the shutters. Haven't you ever heard the saying “A man's not dead while his name is still spoken”?' GNU Terry Pratchett


Vince Wooll
Last updated:
Mar 19 2015
Date added:
Mar 05 2006
GPLv2 or later
Free download
Uses updater:
Download Demo Support Documentation
  • Overall
  • Functionality

  • Ease of use

  • Documentation

  • Support