How to Add Tripadvisor Reviews to Elementor (2024 Guide)
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How to Add Tripadvisor Reviews to Elementor (2024 Guide)

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Looking for ways of adding Tripadvisor to Elementor websites?

As a popular page builder, Elementor lets you create beautiful websites and promote your brand with ease.

But if you want to give your business a boost and increase your conversions, you can embed positive Tripadvisor reviews and testimonials.

Since embedding reviews can be tricky, we’ll help you out and show you the easiest way of adding Tripadvisor reviews to Elementor.

Before that, let’s see how Tripadvisor reviews can help your business grow.

Or you can click here and skip ahead to the tutorial.

How Can I Use Tripadvisor Reviews for My Website?

Tripadvisor is a popular review platform and a fantastic place to find reviews and testimonials for your business.

When people check out positive reviews of your business, they’re going to be a lot more likely to purchase from you.

And if you embed these Tripadvisor reviews on your website, you can convert your website visitors into paying customers as well.

example of tripadvisor review widget

On top of that, the customers on your website will be more likely to leave their reviews since they can see that you’re paying attention to what your customers have to say.

What’s more, showing your newest Tripadvisor content can be great for your SEO. After all, Google loves sites with fresh content.

Now, let’s get started and see how you can add Tripadvisor reviews to Elementor.

How to Add Tripadvisor Reviews to Elementor

To integrate your Elementor WordPress website with Tripadvisor and display your reviews, you can simply follow the steps below.

Let’s get started!

Step 1: Install the Reviews Feed Pro Plugin

To embed online reviews on your website, Reviews Feed Pro is easily the best option out there.

reviews feed pro plugin

Reviews Feed Pro comes with a simple 3-step guide that makes it easier than ever to create, customize, and embed review feeds.

On top of embedding Tripadvisor reviews, this plugin also supports the biggest review platforms out there: Yelp, Facebook, Google,, and Tripadvisor.

You even get powerful filters and moderation options to control which reviews show up on your feeds.

Ready to get started? Grab your copy of Reviews Feed Pro here, then install and activate the plugin on your Elementor website.

To learn more, you can check out our beginner’s guide on how to install and activate WordPress plugins.

Next, let’s see how you can use the plugin to create a Tripadvisor reviews feed in step 2.

Step 2: Create a Tripadvisor Review Feed

Once the plugin is ready, you can use the 3-step guided flow to create a new feed.

First, open the Reviews Feed » All Feeds menu and then click on the Add New button at the top.

add new button reviews feed

Next, you can add a source for your newly created reviews feed. After you do that, you can freely reuse it for any of your future feeds.

Just hit the Add Source button here to continue.

add new source reviews feed pro

Then, Reviews Feed Pro will ask you to choose the review platform that you want to use:

  • Tripadvisor
  • Google
  • Facebook
  • Yelp
  • Trustpilot

You can select the Tripadvisor option from the options here and then click on the Next button.

select tripadvisor review source

In the next step, you can connect this feed to your Tripadvisor account so that it can fetch the reviews.

Step 3: Connect Your Review Feed to Tripadvisor

To connect your new review feed to Tripadvisor, you can just enter the Tripadvisor API here.

In case you don’t have an API key yet, you can check out this guide on how to create Tripadvisor API.

Once you have the key, paste it into the popup and then click on the Next button.

optional step add tripadvisor api key

Or, you can click on Skip to go ahead without using the key.

You can then select the Tripadvisor business page that you want to use as the source.

To do that, paste the URL of your Tripadvisor page and then click on the Finish button.

Now that you’ve added a source, just select it from the options and then click on the Next button.

create new tripadvisor reviews feed.

Since the plugin automatically copies your website’s design, your Tripadvisor reviews feed will look beautiful right away,

Plus, you can go ahead and customize how your feed looks in the next step.

Step 4: Customize Your Tripadvisor Reviews Feed

For a quick and easy way to customize your Tripadvisor reviews feed, you can simply import a pre-built template.

Just select a template from the options, and Reviews Feed Pro will automatically copy that design for your feed.

  • Default
  • Simple cards
  • Masonry
  • Single review
  • Showcase carousel
  • Carousel
  • Grid carousel

To continue, select the template that you prefer and then click on the Next button.

select your reviews feed template

You’ll then see your Tripadvisor feed in the plugin’s visual customizer. On the left, you can see the options to change your feed layout, header design, review elements, and more.

Whenever you make the changes, you can see a live preview of your Tripadvisor reviews feed on the right.

To get started, you can edit the layout of the Tripadvisor reviews on your feed.

Just select the Layout option to begin.

choose your feed layout option reviews feed pro

You’ll then see 3 different layouts that you can choose for:

  • List: Make each review clearly visible using a single column
  • Masonry: Use multiple columns to embed tons of reviews at once
  • Carousel: Turn your reviews feed into an interactive slideshow carousel
select your tripadvisor feed layout

After selecting your layout, click on Save to confirm your changes.

Then, click on the Customize button to return to the main options once more.

return to main customization options

Using the visual customizer, you can also choose which reviews are shown on your feed.

To do that, first, click on the Settings tab at the top and then click on Filters.

choose your filters tripadvisor

On the left, you can select the star ratings that you want to show on your Tripadvisor reviews feed.

Just select the star ratings that you want to show and unselect the ones you want to hide.

select filters tripadvisor reviews feed

Next, click on the Save button to keep your new filters.

Here, you can also set up banned words or only show reviews with specific keywords. Plus, you can use the remaining customization options to change your header, review elements, button design, and much more.

Like before, you can click on Save to confirm your changes.

In the next step, you can finally add this Tripadvisor reviews feed to your Elementor site.

Step 5: Embed Tripadvisor Reviews on WordPress

The Reviews Feed Pro plugin lets you automatically add review feeds to your website from the visual customizer.

To get started, click on the Embed button at the top.

embed tripadvisor reviews in wordpress

On the popup, you can choose to embed this Tripadvisor reviews feed to a page, sidebar, footer, or copy the shortcode.

For now, you can click on the Copy button to proceed.

copy your shortcode embed elementor yelp reviews

Next, navigate to the Pages » Add New menu from your dashboard area to create a new page.

Once you do that, hit the Edit with Elementor button at the top.

create new wordpress page

You can also use a WordPress post instead of a page if you prefer.

Open the Posts » Add New menu from your dashboard and then click on Edit with Elementor button.

create new wordpress post

After you open your page or post in the Elementor editor, use the search bar in the top left to look for the “shortcode” widget.

This will show you the Shortcode widget in the search results below.

shortcode widget for elementor

After that, drag this widget from the left and drop it into the live editor on the right.

shortcode block for elementor

Doing that will show you additional options for your new widget on the left.

There, just paste your shortcode into the Enter your shortcode field.

paste reviews feed shortcode

Finally, click on Publish, and your Elementor page or post will be live on your website for your visitors to check out.

As you can see, this Tripadvisor WordPress plugin makes it pretty easy to add Tripadvisor reviews to Elementor. In fact, you can open your site and see how your reviews look.

tripadvisor elementor feed example

And that’s it!

As you can see, adding Tripadvisor to Elementor can be super easy if you have the right plugin. Just like that, you can boost your conversions, get more sales, and much more.

Using Reviews Feed Pro, you can embed reviews from the biggest online platforms in just a few clicks — absolutely no coding needed.

Ready to embed Tripadvisor reviews in Elementor? Get your copy of Reviews Feed Pro here!

Want to get more out of Tripadvisor? You can check out our list of the best Tripadvisor reviews widget examples.

And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for more social media tips and tricks.

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Sajjan Sharma Senior Writer
Sajjan has been writing about WordPress, social media marketing, and online businesses for over 10 years. His professional interests extend to include influencer marketing, content curation and digital marketing strategies.

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