Group Booking Means More Fun & Better Deals!

Putting together a retreat, or convention plans for your company? Planning a family reunion? Maybe just getting together with a group of friends for a good time on a shared holiday in the sun? Perhaps you’re getting married and are looking for the best deal for all the guests that will be flying in. Bearing gifts, of course.

Whatever the occasion, Group Booking at Hotels.com is the way to go. Simply put, the bigger the group, the more you save. Plus with the additional cash you’ll keep by using a Hotels.com coupon code, you can start saving for you next vacation. Or maybe stay a couple of extra days, do a little more, and live a little larger. Here’s how it works. It’s so simple even a...Neanderthal could do it. Not that you’re a Neanderthal, just saying. I mean, I did it.

First, go to their website and click “Groups.” Then...

1. Enter the number of rooms needed per night, the desired room type, your group type, the “star” rating you’re looking for in a hotel, the max you’re willing to pay, and whether or not you’ll need meeting or banquet space.

2. Enter your destination. You can use the city’s name, an airport code, a zip code, even a landmark or attraction. If this trip has more than one leg, you can enter up to eight. Then enter the planned check in/check out dates.

3. Enter any specific hotels you have in mind and any specific requests, like, “The hotel must be in walking distance to the convention center.”

4. Enter your contact info and create a login and password. Why? Because their group rates are lower than the online rates offered to the general public. You have just become a “special” customer.

5. Click “Submit.”
   
That’s it. In a matter of seconds, you’ll be emailed (or called, if you prefer) with a list of options that fit your needs. Then pick and book the one that sounds best to you.

So come on, let the experts at Group Booking at Hotels.com work out all the logistics of your trip so you can focus on the important things, like having a good time. Your friends, or co-workers, or family members will thank you for your efforts on their behalf. But most of all, you’ll thank yourself for making things oh so easy.

By: Peter

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