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SOURCE: Over There Interactive, Inc.
Results now include an expanded inventory of hostel properties (displaying both dorm and private room rates) and provide room type information from multiple reservation agencies for more comprehensive price comparison. EuroCheapo’s hotel reviews are also prominently featured within listings and can be quickly expanded to read in full.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 29, 2013
EuroCheapo.com, the expert guide to budget hotels in Europe, today announced a major upgrade to its budget hotel search engine, CheapoSearch.
The new search engine makes budget accommodation research more efficient and helpful. Results now include an expanded inventory of hostel properties (displaying both dorm and private room rates) and provide room type information from multiple reservation agencies for more comprehensive price comparison.
“Our goal is to be the most useful and open resource for travelers researching budget accommodations in Europe,” says Pete Meyers, EuroCheapo’s Vice President of Marketing.
“We felt the current meta-search industry de-prioritizes budget inventory by ignoring hostel availability and keeping visibility of helpful room-type information a few clicks away. By showing the most useful information upfront and featuring our in-house editorial, we think we’re making it easier and faster to find the best budget accommodation in Europe.”
EuroCheapo.com is a free guide to budget travel in Europe. The site’s travel experts inspect and review inexpensive hotels, pensions, B&Bs and hostels in 33 popular and pricey cities. EuroCheapo does not charge hotels to be listed on its Web site. The site also publishes detailed city articles covering topics that include public transportation, museum passes, budget airlines and cheap eats.
EuroCheapo has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, public radio’s Marketplace, and the Chicago Tribune, among other media outlets. In addition, EuroCheapo was named one of PC Magazine’s “Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites.”
EuroCheapo is owned and operated by Over There Interactive, Inc. and is based in New York City.
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