Five Best Apps to Use to Find the Best Places to Stay
Along with a good restaurant to dine in, have you found a good place to stay the night? As part of our series leading up to the day where love is in the air, we round up the best mobile apps you can use to book that place on a great deal on Valentine’s Day.
If you’re up for a place that’s out of the ordinary and a memory you won’t forget, AirBnB is the perfect app for you to locate that perfect getaway. Listings in this app are not hotels, but rather vacation homes and apartments and treetop houses – even castles – you can rent out. It’s like being at home all by yourselves, without any distractions.
If you want just the ordinary hotel reservations, Agoda is the place to go. It features almost all hotel listings not only in the country but all over the world, and it offers options and incentives that can make the most out of your hard-earned cash or credit card.
Popular reservation website Booking.com forays into the world of smartphones with apps for two of the most popular mobile operating systems. The website’s app features not only hotel bookings and reservations, but also other common places to stay in like B&Bs, apartments, and more. You can use the app to check in at most partner establishments, saving you time and paper from printing your check-in forms.
Travel website Expedia has an award-winning app to boast. It touts being a one-stop app for everything you need to travel – you can book flights and hotels directly from the app and avail mobile-exclusive offers as well.
Rounding up our list is an app that will surely will be on the list of people who have tendencies to do everything right at the last minute. We have HotelQuickly, an app offering dynamic hotel deals and hassle-free hotel reservations, booking a room for you in seconds. Rates and inventory change from day to day depending on the hotel’s occupancy rate, and hotel listings are only available from 8 am to 4 am.
That’s it for the list of the best apps you can use to secure that good night’s sleep. Got any app on your mind that’s not on this list? Drop them down the comments section below.