Vayama Launches Stay Around the World Sweepstakes

Five Days, Five Destinations and Five Chances to Win

Jun 24, 2013, 21:56 ET from Vayama

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Vayama (, a leading online travel agency uniquely focused on international travel is kicking off the Stay Around the World Sweepstakes.

During the five-day long sweepstakes, Vayama will showcase hotels from around the world, inviting their Facebook community to vote on the Fan Favorite. Each day, a number of hotels from a new destination will be featured on Vayama's Facebook page, and people are invited to vote daily on their favorite, for five separate chances to win. After each day, one lucky person will win $200 from Vayama.

The featured destinations and hotels include:

Day 1 - Monday, June 24South America

Day 2 - Tuesday, June 25Europe

Day 3 - Wednesday, June 26Middle East/Africa

Day 4 - Thursday, June 27Asia

Day 5 - Friday, June 28Caribbean

In addition to the extensive selection of international flights, Vayama offers competitive rates for thousands of hotels across the globe. Travelers can book confidently with real-time guest reviews and an easy to read amenities list to see if their selected hotel offers Wi-Fi, parking, room service, etc. Vayama is also committed to its Best Price Guarantee, that honors a refund of the difference should a lower rate appear on or another U.S. based travel site within 24 hours of a booking. Those that book airfare on Vayama can save 5% on select hotels.

"The Stay Around the World Sweepstakes is really about showcasing some of the world's most unique hotels and exciting people to explore destinations they may not have thought about visiting before," explains Joan Ioannou, Brand Marketing Director for "Our hope is for participants to explore these beautiful properties and also look to our deals section of the website for inspiration and to view the best real-time rates on top hotels around the world."

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About Vayama is an online travel agency uniquely focused on international travel. Since 2007, the company has been committed to providing travelers with the most comprehensive set of airlines, fares and flights, allowing people to experience popular, well-traveled destinations as well as some of the most remote corners of the world. By working with a vast network of trusted global partners, Vayama taps published and negotiated fares to put the very best international content all in one place. Travelers who visit can browse thousands of hotels and book rooms at the lowest prices available, as well as rent cars all over the world. For more information about Vayama, visit

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