HOTRES.com Offers Hotel Room Discounts and More to 3.8 Million Washingtonians Who Visit New York City Annually

Apr 10, 2001, 01:00 ET from HOTRES.com

    STAMFORD, Conn., April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Every year, according to NYC &
 Company Convention and Visitors Bureau, some 3.8 million people from the
 Washington, D.C. Metro Area visit New York City.  In fact, Washingtonians
 account for 18 percent of the city's domestic leisure travelers.  Just under 4
 hours away by car or less by train, New York is a favorite weekend getaway
 destination for its neighbors from the south who come for the Broadway shows,
 world-class restaurants, historical sightseeing, sports events and shopping.
     For the 2.3 million Washingtonians who stay in New York City hotels,
 http://www.HOTRES.com, a Web site where travelers to the Big Apple can easily
 find and reserve hotel rooms-often at discounted prices, can prove to be a
 valuable resource.  Travel writers for The New York Times and The Boston Globe
 recently reported on HOTRES.com's user-friendly interface and described the
 site as one of the best for hotel bargains in New York City.  Because
 reservations are confirmed against a guaranteed block of rooms, HOTRES.com can
 often provide accommodations at a better rate than the hotel itself or travel
 agents are offering.
     Designed for ease of use, HOTRES.com enables travelers who are unfamiliar
 with New York City to view a map that shows where each of the offered hotels
 is located.  One mouse click provides detailed information about a hotel's
 accommodations and services.
     Among the hotels offered by HOTRES.com are the Algonquin, Grand Hyatt,
 Hilton, Holiday Inns, Intercontinental, Marriott Marquis, Milford Plaza,
 Novotel, Radisson, Sheraton and the Waldorf Astoria.  They are categorized as
 Moderate (two stars), First Class (three stars), Superior (four stars) and
 Deluxe (five stars).
     All offer single, double (one double, one queen or king size bed) or twin
 (two beds) accommodations.  There are no minimums and with each reservation
 customers may book up to three rooms for up to 14 nights.
     Making reservations at HOTRES.com is a simple process.  Users choose a
 hotel (or category of hotel) and enter their arrival date and length of stay.
 HOTRES.com will respond immediately with availability and pricing and offer a
 number of available alternatives.  After a selection is made, HOTRES.com
 confirms all the details and requests a credit card for billing.  The user can
 print a confirmation page with a hotel voucher to present at check in.
 (A similar page is sent to the user's e-mail address.)  Reservations are
 guaranteed for the night of arrival.
     For more information or to reserve a room, please visit
 http://www.HOTRES.com.
 
 

SOURCE HOTRES.com
    STAMFORD, Conn., April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Every year, according to NYC &
 Company Convention and Visitors Bureau, some 3.8 million people from the
 Washington, D.C. Metro Area visit New York City.  In fact, Washingtonians
 account for 18 percent of the city's domestic leisure travelers.  Just under 4
 hours away by car or less by train, New York is a favorite weekend getaway
 destination for its neighbors from the south who come for the Broadway shows,
 world-class restaurants, historical sightseeing, sports events and shopping.
     For the 2.3 million Washingtonians who stay in New York City hotels,
 http://www.HOTRES.com, a Web site where travelers to the Big Apple can easily
 find and reserve hotel rooms-often at discounted prices, can prove to be a
 valuable resource.  Travel writers for The New York Times and The Boston Globe
 recently reported on HOTRES.com's user-friendly interface and described the
 site as one of the best for hotel bargains in New York City.  Because
 reservations are confirmed against a guaranteed block of rooms, HOTRES.com can
 often provide accommodations at a better rate than the hotel itself or travel
 agents are offering.
     Designed for ease of use, HOTRES.com enables travelers who are unfamiliar
 with New York City to view a map that shows where each of the offered hotels
 is located.  One mouse click provides detailed information about a hotel's
 accommodations and services.
     Among the hotels offered by HOTRES.com are the Algonquin, Grand Hyatt,
 Hilton, Holiday Inns, Intercontinental, Marriott Marquis, Milford Plaza,
 Novotel, Radisson, Sheraton and the Waldorf Astoria.  They are categorized as
 Moderate (two stars), First Class (three stars), Superior (four stars) and
 Deluxe (five stars).
     All offer single, double (one double, one queen or king size bed) or twin
 (two beds) accommodations.  There are no minimums and with each reservation
 customers may book up to three rooms for up to 14 nights.
     Making reservations at HOTRES.com is a simple process.  Users choose a
 hotel (or category of hotel) and enter their arrival date and length of stay.
 HOTRES.com will respond immediately with availability and pricing and offer a
 number of available alternatives.  After a selection is made, HOTRES.com
 confirms all the details and requests a credit card for billing.  The user can
 print a confirmation page with a hotel voucher to present at check in.
 (A similar page is sent to the user's e-mail address.)  Reservations are
 guaranteed for the night of arrival.
     For more information or to reserve a room, please visit
 http://www.HOTRES.com.
 
 SOURCE  HOTRES.com