OpenTable’s Updated Alexa Skill is Now Available on Amazon’s Echo Show

OpenTable, the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations and part of The Priceline Group, in cooperation with Amazon, announced a new Alexa skill within Amazon Echo Show, providing diners the ability to make restaurant reservations at thousands of restaurants across the U.S. through Alexa voice-activation or by tapping to reserve.

OpenTable’s updated Alexa skill is now available on Amazon’s Echo Show (PRNewsfoto/OpenTable)

“We’re thrilled to provide diners with an updated Alexa skill for the Echo Show to help diners book reservations at thousands of restaurants across the U.S.,” said Catherine Porter, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at OpenTable. “With OpenTable’s Alexa skill, booking a restaurant reservation is as easy as saying ‘Alexa, ask OpenTable to make me a reservation’ at your favorite restaurant and you’ll be set.”

Using the OpenTable skill, diners can simply ask Alexa for a reservation at the restaurant, date and time of their choice and OpenTable will surface availability. In addition to the Echo Show, OpenTable’s Alexa skill is available on all Alexa-enabled devices including the Echo, Echo Look, Echo Dot, Amazon Tap and Amazon Fire TV.