AI-Based Hall Reservation System


  • Aysha Aljahdhami Middle East College


hall, reserve, oman


Computerized Reservation System (CRS) has recognized a widespread in different domains such as airline companies, hotels, and others thanks to their huge advantages such as: saving time of customers, reducing the errors, increasing the customer satisfaction, and automating the booking process. This project aims to help the customers, seeking to make a hall reservation for their events, to complete this task using a user-friendly mobile application.  The customers can find a hall with different searching options, display all the details related to it including size, location, pictures, and review of previous customers. To enhance customer satisfaction, the system has Artificial Intelligence (AI) features for the content recommendation. The administrator can manage the list of the hall and check the review on the application. The developed system suggests to the user a recommended content based on the user profile and preferences saved from previous searches and has also the ability to display results based on new searches. This will save tremendously the customer time, display results more efficiently, and enhance the competitiveness between hall owners.



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Aljahdhami, A. (2022). AI-Based Hall Reservation System. Journal of Student Research. Retrieved from