A user starts by entering a search query, for example “hotels in Dallas”. Google shows the top results in the local 3 pack, and the user can then narrow their search by selecting from the four filters. The first filter available is “price”, where Google shows four different price groupings per query. These price groupings are not static, but isntead vary based off of market room night costs and the properties available. The filter allows users to select the maximum price they are willing to spend. The second filter available is “rating” and is powered by Google reviews. The rating filter allows users to set a minimum quality they are willing to consider as opposed to a maximum price. These three categories do not vary between search queries. Get the full story at Koddi