December 29, 2010

Dubai best Hotels Price comparison

Best hotels in dubai
Dubai Hotels price per night per room

Burj Al Arab Hotel Dubai $1530 usd
Al Maha Desert Resort Dubai $1000 usd.
Arabian Court at One&Only Royal Mirage $900 usd.
The Palace Hotel at One&Only Royal $800 usd.
Dar Al Masyaf Hotel Dubai $500 usd.

Jumeirah Beach Hotel Dubai $500 usd

December 19, 2010

New York Marriott Marquis best Hotel in New York

The New York Marriott Marquis brings the energy of Manhattan to your door. Located in the heart of Times Square and the Broadway theater district, this Midtown NYC hotel is perfect for weekend getaways, family and business travel. This Broadway hotel sparkles with updated hotel rooms and suites, high-speed elevators and six hotel restaurants and lounges. With area attractions such as Fifth Avenue shopping, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, NBC Studios and Central Park just minutes away, a stay at this Midtown Manhattan hotel ensures that entertainment is just around the corner.

Additionally, the hotel is conveniently located in Broadway near Midtown attractions like Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the UN and Madison Square Garden. Such a central location makes this Broadway hotel in New York City perfect for meetings, conventions, social events and weddings. With renowned Marriott service, creative catering and a variety of ballrooms, the Marriott Marquis hotel is the best choice for Manhattan events.

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December 15, 2010

Amansara Hotel and Resort

Amansara lies in the former guesthouse of King Sihanouk. This classic sixties structure has been converted into a calm oasis on the outskirts of bustling Siem Reap.

King Sihanouk commissioned French architect, Laurent Mondet, in 1962, to build a guesthouse enabling visiting dignitaries to enjoy a cool and contemporary stay while allowing them to embrace the outstanding ancient ruins and temples within its jungle and rice paddy terrain. The ruins of nearby Angkor, clinging on in the clutches of forest and farmland are today a UNESCO World Heritage Site, ranging from a cluster of bricks to the world’s largest single religious monument. Amansara, previously known as Villa Apsara, has had a fretful and fascinating legacy, though this splendid architectural gem, now meticulously restored and nurtured by Amansara, has maintained its spirit of intent. It rests as the ideal portal for discovering the incredible culmination of five centuries of Khmer civilisation, between 802 and 1220 AD, representing one of humankind’s most profound and long-lived architectural achievements.

This tranquil home offers a multitude of relaxing opportunities within its private garden enclave: a sultry curved slate swimming pool surrounded by bamboo and taupe cushioned loungers with a shaded pergola for alfresco delights; the Dining Room, previously the screening room of King Sihanouk, is both dramatic and outstanding with a cavernous seven-metre high ceiling and a well stocked walk-in wine cellar. The 24 suites are decorated in a classic Indochinese palette of cool grey, pristine white, dark timber and ivory with private courtyards and soothing water features with 12 offering private swimming pools. The Roof Garden, surrounded and shaded by trees, with mushroom hued cushions on low seating, is the ideal venue for relaxing by candlelight with pre-prandial drinks or, invigorating yoga sessions with the rising sun. The Spa, which has four immaculate treatment rooms in dark wood and fresh white, focuses strongly on therapeutic Cambodian techniques using organic products and faces an exceptional Angkor-inspired 43m sandstone bas-relief set above a green hand tiled reflective pond.

Every suite has access to its own custom fitted remork and driver, for personal expeditions into this rich and glorious land.

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December 10, 2010

Tips for Booking Hotels

1. Early Booking: "The early bird gets the worm,” in this case, the expression stands true for hotel bookings. We suggest you get into the habit of booking your room as soon as you've finalized your travel plans. This would give you more room options and the best hotel rates possible.

2. Special Offers: A lot of offers and travel websites carry promotions and offer special deals for hotel bookings. Make sure to check these out.

Special offers could be in terms of add-on like:
1. Free Breakfast
2. Free Parking
3. Promotional Discounts
4. Free Upgrades
Make sure to check out available deals.

We at Cheapoair are proud to announce star rated hotel rooms under $99 at prime locations.

3. Freebies: When it comes to booking a hotel, the lowest price isn’t necessarily the best deal. A good deal is one which includes a lot of extras. The type of room and price should include amenities, like free continental breakfast, in-room coffee, shuttle service and an on-site pool and workout center, which can add up to big vacation savings. Make sure you check these out before you proceed with the booking.

4. Booking Period: We suggest you be flexible about your travel plans. Always do research to find out about off season travel discounts for the destination you intend to travel to. You can always plan your trip in and around that time. This would be a major contributor in saving your hard earned money. The additional benefit while placing a booking during off-season is fewer crowds means shorter lines for attractions and cheaper tickets to shows and events you might want to see.

5. Hidden charges: Watch out for any kind of hidden charges. Some hotels charge extra, such as city taxes and credit card fees after they’ve quoted you the hotel price. Always ensure that you have enquired about all the charges before proceeding with the booking.

6. Booking a Package: Package deals are great for travelers intending to holiday in popular destinations. Try looking for a package that would include air fare, attraction tickets, hotel accommodations, etc. Chances are that this is going to save you more money instead of buying/booking each item separately. Since you are booking a package, you may be delighted to find a few extras thrown in.

7. Stay Mid-Week: Weekends are generally the busiest times for hotels – and the most expensive time as well. If you can be flexible with the dates, we advise that you plan your trip mid-week, when the vacancy rate is the highest. You could book the lowest rate.

8. Sign up for newsletters: Most travel websites offer promotions and other discounts with regards to various items, such as hotels and airlines via their newsletters. Signing up for the newsletter is a guarantee that you won’t miss any travel deals.

Sign up for the Exclusive Fare Alerts Newsletter today, and be automatically entered into the, "Win a Trip for Two to Las Vegas" sweepstakes. Mistakes happen. But when the mistakes are connected to an airline ticket, they can ruin your entire trip. Always, carefully check, check and recheck all your information before you hit the ‘Book’ button when booking flights.

9. Lowest price guarantee: There are many sites which compare prices. You’ll see plenty of different prices advertised for your hotel stay. To make this work in your favor, check many sources; and then go with whichever one offers the best deal.

10. Location: Hotel prices tend to drop as you move further away from the center of the city, or beachfront. If you’re happy to take some public transport, taxi, or walk, you might be able to save a bit extra. Also, chances are there that you might be rewarded with lower room rates and perhaps even nicer accommodations for the same amount of money.

In short, a bit of planning when you are preparing for your holiday can help you save a lot of money on hotel rooms. We advise that you do the groundwork first, so you can enjoy yourself on vacation.

December 7, 2010

Hotels kitchen review and pictures

5 star Hotels offers the perfect solution for long-term or short-term guests who don’t like the hassle dining out for every meal. All of our suites include an in-room kitchen. Having a full suite with a well-equipped kitchen means that guests can enjoy the convenience of more meal options and avoid the expense and time associated with going to a restaurant.

Extended Stay Hotels' kitchens are equipped with a full-sized refrigerator and freezer, microwave, stove top, coffee maker, toaster, and cooking supplies such as pots, pans, dishes, and utensils. Some hotels also offer in-room ovens and dishwashers.

Having a kitchen right inside your hotel room means you can cook and eat on your own schedule. This is just one of many convenient amenities that Extended Stay Hotels provides every single guest.

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December 1, 2010

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