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More Than an App: HotelTonight Expands to Desktop

Sept. 18, 2018
Travel, Vacations & Trip Planning
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Known for offering discounted rates on last-minute hotel rooms, HotelTonight has launched a desktop version. Here’s what you need to know about using HotelTonight on mobile — where it started in 2010 — or on desktop to book reservations and compare prices:

Shop around. For instance, the Atrium Inn, Vancouver cost $74 through HotelTonight earlier in September, but was $69 on Priceline. If you’re going to shop for discounted hotel rates, comparing two or three sites is always a good idea.

» Learn more: 7 guaranteed ways to find cheap hotel rooms

Plan ahead. Advance purchase hotel rates can be booked for trips 100 days in advance and up to a 14-night stay through HotelTonight. Thus, if your stay is starting 100 days from now, you can book a trip that lasts up to two weeks from that date.

Your reservation might be refundable. HotelTonight offers some rooms with free cancellation, which can come in handy when you book 100 days out.

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