All-Hotels, the definitive online hotel service company, today announced that sales in the fourth quarter of last year exceeded £1.5 million, the sixth quarter in a row that All-Hotels has generated revenue in excess of £1million.
Total sales for the whole of the year reached over £7million, making 2000 a record year for the Edinburgh-based Internet Company. All-Hotels has become an important leader in the online hotel travel market with over 5 million people using the site in 2000 and over 100,000 room nights booked across the globe.
all-hotels.com is designed for independent travellers looking for an easy-to-use, comprehensive and accessible service regardless of budget or destination. Accommodation is available online at over 60,000 hotels worldwide, ranging from B&B to five star luxury hotels. In answer to the growing demand by on-line consumers for best pricing, All-Hotels has recently added to its discount channel with an extra 650 three to five star properties, available to book at up to 60% off in over 106 cities across Europe.
Jane Karwoski, CEO of All-Hotels states; ” 2000 has been a successful year for us at All-Hotels. The best part of it all is that there is a lot of negative hype about companies operating on the Internet, and we are showing just how it can be done successfully. Our business is sound and our consumers show great loyalty to the service we provide. Over 21 million people bought travel on-line in 2000 and we will be launching a number of strategic alliances during 2001 to maintain our position in the travel industry.”