Businesshotels.com Launches Its Hotel Booking Website

USA, San Francisco, California. July 21, 2020

Developed by experts with more than 100 years combined experience in the travel industry, BusinessHotels.com was designed specifically with the unmanaged business traveler in mind. A state of the art online booking engine for worldwide hotel bookings with discounted rates users will have the ability to search, compare and book published-price & also member only preferred hotel rooms when available, at thousands of quality chain and independent hotels around the world. BusinessHotels.com travelers will also have access to hotel amenity specials, including instant discounts, free breakfast, free Internet access and more.

The platform now provides an easy to use search capability for searching and booking online. This new launch confirms that BusinessHotels.com is at the forefront of providing direct booking access to millions of users who are comfortable with end to end direct booking platform.

"With more than 50% of all business travel being unmanaged we strive to deliver top quality products and services. We will continue to build and expand our offerings with superior savings and the best deals on the Internet says Robert Chen, General Manager of BusinessHotels.com. Clients of BusinessHotels.com will benefit from low cost hotel rates which are mostly contracted directly with local hotels by our principals. Our objective is to provide cheaper rates than our competition and pass on the savings to you - "our client" "It speaks to our goal of providing value to our users and simplifying each step of the traveler's journey."


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About BusinessHotels.com

Media Contact:

Drago Maximov
CEO
BusinessHotels.com
T: 415-812-2870
E: drago@businesshotels.com
W: http://www.businesshotels.com

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