15% more people plan to surf the web at work this Christmas despite the threat of job losses There will be a 15% increase in office workers “cyber skiving” between Christmas and New Year this year despite the threat of recession and possible job losses, new research* by Hotels.com has shown.
Hotels.com suggests the best hotels to stay in the UK where you can experience an authentic European Christmas Market
Sharp price falls in Scottish cities fuel a 4% price drop for UK hotels The prices paid for hotel rooms in the UK have fallen for the first time four years, according to the Hotels.com Hotel Price Index (HPI). The UK was the only major European country in which prices paid for rooms by UK travellers fell 4% in Q3 2008, to £97 per room per night, compared to £101 a year earlier.
But Weak Pound Means UK Travellers Have Yet To Feel The Benefits The average price for hotel rooms across the world fell over the summer, according to the Hotels.com Hotel Price Index (HPI). This is the first year-on-year fall in prices measured in any quarter since the Hotels.com Hotel Price Index started in January 2004.
Hotels.com launches “Picture Pillows” so travellers stay cheek-to-cheek with loved ones 58% of business travellers said their partner or loved-one was the thing they missed most when away from home, a survey has revealed.*
Four out of five women (84%) expect their partner to fork out for the full cost of their first mini-break away and still expect to decide when and where they go (73%), according to Hotels.com, the world’s most-visited online accommodation website.*
Hotels from the best Bond films of all time, as selected by Hotels.com Women admire him and men aspire to be him – there is only one James Bond. To celebrate the release of the new James Bond film, The Quantum of Solace, in cinemas on 31 October, Hotels.com has chosen the best hotels to have featured in classic Bond films to bring you get a little closer to the ultimate man of mystery.
Football fans heading to England’s clash with Belarus on Wednesday are beating the credit crunch by taking low-cost flights to neighbouring countries and travelling to the game overland, says Hotels.com, the world’s most-visited online accommodation website*.
Hotels.com outlines three of the best British hotels to test your nerves if you dare this Halloween Eerie goings-on at the Langham Hotel London (five-star) Hotels.com prices start from £200 per room per night So just £100 per person per night
Beat the credit crunch and take a bite of the Big Apple with Hotels.com New York, New York – where the streets are lined with shops and your pound is still stronger than the dollar. Big name department stores are starting their Christmas sales even earlier this year so why not start your Christmas shopping early, avoid the crowds and make the most of Hotels.com’s special Autumn deals.