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Re: Hotel expedia booking

Post by Homer » Sun Jul 31, 2016 10:26 pm

Blacky wrote:So really hard to say which one is the best, I prefer to book directly as I usually find for myself the best rate and no information is being lost through a third party.
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I use booking.com for their reviews and photos taken by guests, which can only be posted by those who book using their site.

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Re: Hotel expedia booking

Post by pitsch » Mon Aug 01, 2016 9:57 am

I usually book withe agoda, which is cheaper than the direct hotel booking in 90% of the cases. But the last booking I cancelled at agoda (free) because I found the direct hotel booking about 10% cheaper. I read somewhere that agoda forbids the hotels to be cheaper. Agoda and booking.com have many reviews, only from real guests.

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Re: Hotel expedia booking

Post by caller » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:26 pm

pitsch wrote:I usually book withe agoda, which is cheaper than the direct hotel booking in 90% of the cases. But the last booking I cancelled at agoda (free) because I found the direct hotel booking about 10% cheaper. I read somewhere that agoda forbids the hotels to be cheaper. Agoda and booking.com have many reviews, only from real guests.
I think all the sites have their own reviews. But expedia will use trip advisor for hotels new to their site.

Another thing about expedia is that they have several sites, for example, a Thai one and a UK one. I use the UK one as it gives me the total price for my stay including taxes and VAT. The Thai site gives a daily rate minus taxes and VAT. Catering for different markets and regs, I guess.
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