New Hotel Directory Lists Hotel Accommodations

Brings Affordable Advertising Options to Hoteliers

. October 14, 2008

AUGUST 24, 2006. Directory of Hotels.com, a travel website, provides listings of hotel accommodations known for their service, cuisine, character and individuality

San Diego, CA - August 17, 2006 -- New travel website Directory of Hotels.com serves the online travel industry by connecting consumers with hotel accommodations that fit their lifestyles and by informing them about the travel experience.

"Consumers will find a diverse collection of hotels including boutique hotels, small hotels, resorts, luxury hotels, eco-resorts, inns, chateaus, bed & breakfast, castles, haciendas, and more," says Tanya Colleen, Director of Business Development, with Directory of Hotels.com. "Our goal is to expose the small to medium-size hotel and lesser known properties around the world."

The specialized hotel directory offers two affordable listing options:

Featured listings are offered for $29/month and include a detailed property profile including color photos, full contact information with an online form for inquiries, in-depth description of the property with hotel accommodations, a direct link to their Web site, inclusion in an advanced hotel finder, and instant inclusion in The Hot List.

Basic Listings provide fundamental information for hotel visitors. Contact information, a 50 word description of the property, direct link to the Web site, and inclusion in an advanced hotel finder. Basic listings are just $129/year.

For more about each listing, visit the join our directory section online.

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