New Hotels by Pleasant Offer

13th Aug 2003

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Aug. 12, 2003—Pleasant Holidays has introduced a new offering to its product line, called Hotels By Pleasant. The new online booking engine provides internet users with special rates and inventory at over 10,000 hotels worldwide - many of which are the most competitive on the internet.
Hotels By Pleasant is powered by Travelweb LLC, which is owned by Hilton Hotels Corp., Hyatt Corp., Marriott International, Six Continents, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, and Pegasus Solutions. Other top worldwide hotel brands are available, including The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Omni Hotels, and Kimpton Boutique Hotels.
“Hotels By Pleasant provides travelers with the opportunity to capitalize on the booming internet travel reservations channel,” says Tim Irwin, Pleasant Holidays` president and CEO. “In addition to saving money, a key benefit of using Hotels By Pleasant is the convenience of being able to make bookings 24 hours a day - from the comfort of one`s home, on one`s own time.”
A special feature of Hotels By Pleasant is the GreatRates option, which allows users to compare Pleasant`s rates with the hotel`s retail rates, saving time and making travel plans even easier.
Available inventory in the Hotels By Pleasant booking engine can be sorted in various ways: by region within a city, or by star rating. A keyword search is also available when looking for a particular hotel or chain.
To use Hotels By Pleasant, log on to, and click on the Hotels By Pleasant logo.
Pleasant Holidays, established in 1959 and working through travel agencies nationwide, sends nearly 500,000 visitors a year to the destinations it serves.



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