Hotels.com Announces Top Ten Destinations

Hotels.com, http://www.hotels.com/, the largest specialized provider of
discount lodging worldwide, today announced its top ten destinations for
2003. New York tops the list for the second year; Las Vegas and Orlando
also stay put in the number two and three spots respectively. New Orleans
moves into the fourth spot up from number 10 last year and San Francisco
moves back onto the list as number six after a year-long absence.
Hotels.com provides significant savings off regular rates at more than
9,000 properties in over 400 cities worldwide. Rankings are based on
Hotels.com bookings, which booked approximately 8 million room nights last
year.

“It is not surprising that New York has topped our list once again. The
city has so much to offer people on any budget. We offer accommodations in
New York for as low as $59 as well as luxury accommodations,” said Bob
Diener, president and co-founder of Hotels.com.

According to Hotels.com the top 10 destinations for 2003 are:

1. New York
  2. Las Vegas
  3. Orlando
  4. New Orleans
  5. London
  6. San Francisco
  7. Miami
  8. Chicago
  9. Los Angeles
  10. Boston
A sample of Hotels.com`s reduced rates include:

New York:        Milford Plaza from $79.95
  Las Vegas:          Stratosphere from $29.95
  Orlando:            Clarion Hotel Universal from $59.45
  San Francisco:        Pan Pacific from $110.45
  Miami:            Seville Beach Hotel from $85.95
  Chicago:            Drake Hotel from $99.95
  Los Angeles:        Westin Bonaventure from $89.95
  Boston:            Boston Omni Parker House Hotel from $109.95

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About Hotels.com
- Hotels.com is the largest specialized provider of discount lodging
worldwide, providing service through its own websites (including
http://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 .
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