BusinessHotels Introduce Preferred Rates Hotels for Employee's Without Travel Policies & Incentive Programs

USA, San Francisco, California. September 01, 2020

Traveling is an all-encompassing enterprise these days, for all employees whether a business traveler, military, government employee, retired seniors, or a family looking to book a hotel room online. Many, without travel policies to work off, are on their own. That's a good thing, because it means more opportunities to personalize their trips-but this can also be quite daunting.

BusinessHotels users can now search and book deeply discounted "Preferred" Rates Hotels. Ranging from hotels in the upscale, mid-scale, extended-stay and economy segments, travelers can benefit with range of high-quality, high-value lodging options throughout the United States and internationally.

Employee's can Book direct with no subscription or additional fees (Yes, that means "for free.") and get direct access to corporate hotel rates, inventories, and support.

Participation in the Preferred Hotels & Resorts "Preferred" Rate Program is based on each hotel's discretion.

*With registration and by login BusinessHotels will display "Preferred" rates when available, as well as the best available rates and other discounts & promotions based on selected travel dates.

BusinessHotels.com is a hotel booking platform with unique discounts that not only deliver travelers some of the lowest possible hotel rates, but also a smart, transparent and personal booking experience. Developed by travel innovators with great deal of experience in the travel industry, BusinessHotels was designed for business & leisure travelers in mind.


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Drago Maximov
CEO
BusinessHotels
T: +1 415-812-2870
E: drago@businesshotels.com
W: http://www.businesshotels.com

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