A site has multiple ccTLDs:
example.com/miami-hotelfor people in the US,
example.co.uk/miami-hotelfor UK users,
Searching for certain city keywords will return a list of Google+ Local (formerly Places):
Each links to the corresponding company website that is visible.
When searching on www.google.de, the domain of the site intended for US users (
example.com) appears instead of the corresponding ccTLD (
example.de) aimed at German users.
This applies to all languages.
In my opinion and for the purposes of this business, it's not good user experience: searchers would most likely prefer to book on a site localized for them (e.g. in their language and currency).
Is it possible to return different ccTLDs in these local search listings for users across the globe?
Currently, Google+ Local seems to only support supports adding a single "Website" field.