Travellers Hit A Home Run With Hotel Reservations Network`s World Series Sale

Hotel Reservations Network
(Nasdaq:  ROOM), the leading provider of
discount hotel rooms worldwide, announced today it has put New York City and
Phoenix on sale in honor of Major League Baseball`s upcoming World Series.
HRN has lowered rates in New York to as low as $79 a night, and to as low as
$59 a night in Phoenix.
“The World Series is an American phenomenon and this year`s Series seems
extra special, especially with having the New York Yankees in the game,” said
Bob Diener, president of Hotel Reservations Network.  “Over the past several
weeks everyone has been thinking about New York and we thought this promotion
would be a fun way to highlight money-saving hotel deals in New York and
Phoenix,” continued Diener.
A sample of the savings blockbusters in New York include the Ramada New
Yorker from $109; the Milford Plaza from $129; the Arlington Hotel from $85;
the Drake Swissotel from $159; the New York Helmsley from $129; the Radisson
New York from $139; the Roosevelt from $119; the Wolcott from $99; the
Paramount from $139; the Carlton New York from $99; the Crowne Plaza UN from
$139; and the Hotel Pennsylvania from $109.
Sample savings in Phoenix includes Pointe South Resort from $99; the
Crowne Plaza Metrocenter from $89; the Sierra Suites from $79; the Hilton
Phoenix from $119; the Embassy Suites from $119; and the Holiday Inn Midtown
from $89.
Hotel Reservations Network Interactive Group, is the leading provider
of discount hotel accommodations worldwide, providing service through its own
Web sites. HRN provides travellers with a one-stop shopping
source for hotel pricing, amenities and availability.  HRN also specializes in
providing travel agents with access to accommodations for sold-out periods.