Hotelopia is branching out into the North American marketplace as it announces its partnership with Zoom Airlines to provide accommodation services on www.flyzoom.com giving customers the opportunity to book hotels in all Zoom destinations which include New York, London, Paris, Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Bermuda all at lower prices.
The partnership adds to the strategic alliances Hotelopia has already secured on various scheduled and low cost airlines such as easyJet, GB Airways and Martinair.
By clicking on the ‘book your hotel now’ link on www.flyzoom.com, customers can access all current deals, view brochure style content and useful location maps. For added reassurance, each booking includes 24 hour customer service, seven days a week, whether at home or abroad.
Sotiris Damianos, Director of Sales & Marketing at Hotelopia commented: “Partnering with Zoom Airlines is an exciting opportunity for Hotelopia to work with one of the fastest growing airlines offering low cost transatlantic flight model. Our lowest price guarantee fits perfectly with Zoom Airlines ‘Low Fares, Full Service’ philosophy and ensures that customers can now self package their total stay in destinations served by the airline for even less.”
“We are excited to bring to our customers, the wide range of quality hotel options that Hotelopia provides” said David Clements, Vice President, Sales & Marketing for Zoom Airlines. “This partnership allows us to offer the best vacation value anywhere, by combining our low airfares with one of Hotelopia’s many great places to stay .”
To celebrate the launch of the new Zoom Airlines hotels service, Hotelopia is offering special discounts on a number of hotels in both New York and London to coincide with the launch of the new flight service from London Gatwick to New York on 21 June 2007 as well as offers on hotels in Toronto and in other Zoom Airlines destinations
Customers keen to be kept updated with news and special hotel offers from Zoom Airlines can register on www.flyzoom.com and click on ‘e-Newsletter.’