When planning for a summer vacation, hotels are the last item on the list of people to book. This is not a particularly good approach if you are traveling with a family since the best hotels are booked first. You may be stuck with a poorly managed and well-located hotel.
Summer is the busiest holiday season in the United States and I felt it was important to share some tips on booking a hotel for your summer vacation.
Many vacationers are looking for new and more luxurious hotels, while older traditional hotels with excellent customer service levels are available at a lower price. I recently helped a client book a hotel in Los Angeles with a century of history. The price was 25% less than a newer hotel. He really enjoyed his stay and told me that the team had told him many interesting stories from celebrities in the past.
Hotels located near a popular tourist destination are always more expensive and more crowded. I recently went on a family vacation to Las Vegas, booking a hotel that is half a mile from the famous strip but much more comfortable, cheap and comfortable. We didn't have to deal with drunk couples who were depressed because of their losses at the casino.
Weekend rates are cheaper than hotel week rates. This is because many business travelers book hotels during weekdays for their business trips. Hotels, on the other hand, market their properties more for business travelers on a weekday. If you want to save money it is always better to book hotels for the weekend.
If you book a hotel with a package deal, you may be able to save a few more from travel service companies like GetUSAHotels to get bulk discounts on package sales. Do your own math and if you feel you can get a better hotel with a car at the same price then that's a good price.
There is no defined travel saving formula but a little effort can make your trip fun, comfortable and cost effective.
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