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Make resort and hotel reservations for your next vacation
Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, chances are you'll need to find a comfortable place to stay. By choosing from the top hotel chains and booking reservations online, you'll be able to easily get the right room at the right price.
From four-star downtown hotels to luxury resorts, you're sure to find upscale, mid-priced or budget-friendly accommodations. Make hotel reservations online and you'll be able to compare hotels side by side without having to make a lot of phone calls. Shopping online to reserve hotels makes finding the perfect location easily. Whether you need a room near the airport or family suites near a theme park, using hotel websites can pinpoint where you'll need to book a room. Going on a road trip? Take your laptop with you and you can make reservations on the fly depending on where you end up. Scope out where you're headed and you can book a last-minute room at a charming little inn or a bed and breakfast for that night. If you're taking the whole family on a vacation you'll be able to book suite hotels so the kids can have a room of their own.
Great place to get all your travel reservations.
- Jim, Syracuse, NY
This helped me find honeymoon reservations for next summer.
- Susan, Melbourne, FL
Tip: Earlybird gets the room
The earlier you check into a hotel, the better your chances of getting a room that meets your preferences.
Tip: Hotel fire safety
Avoid booking a hotel room above the sixth floor, which is the maximum height that many fire-department ladders can reach.
Did you know?
Seven presidents stayed at the Maxwell House Hotel in Nashville, Tenn., including Theodore Roosevelt, whose comment that the coffee was "good to the last drop" launched the advertising slogan.