Hotels.com, www.hotels.com, the largest specialized provider of discount lodging worldwide, today announced the top ten destinations for Fall 2003. New York and Las Vegas, the number one and number two spots respectively in Hotels.com`s Top 10 Labor Day Weekend 2003 list maintain their standings for Fall while Orlando moves into third.
To kick-off the peak Fall travel period Hotels.com has also announced specially reduced rates in more than 30 of the most popular destinations worldwide. From now through December 15, 2003 travelers can receive savings of as much as an additional 25 percent off Hotels.com`s already discounted rates.
“Hotels.com has unique positioning in the lodging industry which enables us to secure specially negotiated rates. We are happy to be able to pass on these extraordinary savings to our customers,” said Bob Diener, president and co-founder of Hotels.com. “These additional savings can put up to 25% back into our customers` pocket enabling them to enjoy more tourist attractions such as a Broadway Show in New York or splurge on romantic dinners in New Orleans or even to extend their vacation.”
According to Hotels.com the top 10 destinations for Fall 2003 are:
1. New York
2. Las Vegas
4. New Orleans
6. San Francisco
10. Los Angeles
Hotels.com is the largest specialized provider of discount lodging worldwide, providing service through its own websites (including www.hotels.com and others), thousands of affiliated websites, and its toll-free call centers (1-800-2-HOTELS). Hotels.com provides accommodations to travelers at over 9,000 properties in more than 400 markets in North America, Europe, the Caribbean and Asia. The company offers a one-stop shopping source for hotel pricing, amenities and availability, and also specializes in providing travelers with accommodations for sold-out periods. Hotels.com is an operating business of IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ:IACI).