Incredible Savings and Huge Discounts
HotelTravel.com launches “Early Spring Cleaning Sale” at 81,550 hotels worldwide
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Feb 01, 2012
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PHUKET, Thailand - HotelTravel.com is launching its “Early Spring Cleaning Sale” today, offering incredible savings at over 81,550 hotels worldwide with huge discounts of up to 81.08 percent off published rates.
According to HotelTravel.com Chief Information Officer, Olivier Dombey, the “Early Spring Cleaning Sale” gives customers a jump on planning hotel stays and holiday getaways before the northern hemisphere peak summer travel period begins.
"This kicks off HotelTravel.com’s largest ever promotion in terms of number of discounted hotels on offer. The company has slashed rates in every country we sell, to offer our customers a real choice in terms of hotel deals in the worlds’ most popular travel destinations.
"The summer of 2012 should be one of the busiest travel seasons in recent memory, especially in Europe. target="_blank">Hotels in London are already gearing up for the 2012 Summer Olympics, as are target="_blank">Warsaw hotels, target="_blank">hotels in Kiev, and all other major cities hosting the UEFA Euro 2012 football competition.”
Hotel deals are also available throughout the United States. Log on to HotelTravel.com and look through the fantastic promotional rates available from target="_blank">hotels in San Francisco, target="_blank">Los Angeles hotels, target="_blank">hotels in Las Vegas, or target="_blank">Orlando hotels to name just a few cities on offer.
Mr. Dombey said: "It is always a good time to start early spring cleaning to be ready for summer travel. There is no end date for the 'Early Spring Cleaning Sale,' because HotelTravel.com wants the promotion to remain as flexible as possible. However we are encouraging customers to book early to ensure they can reserve their preferred hotel and room type regardless of travel dates or destination."