Making Hotel Reservations
If you are making hotel reservations, there are several options and decisions to keep in mind. To make hotel reservations that ensure a hassle-free trip you may want to make your reservations through a reputable online site - such as the official web site of the hotel you will be staying at - or through a travel agent. When making hotel reservations, there are questions you should seek answers to: 1.Do I pay or make a deposit to make hotel reservations at this hotel? 2.If I have to provide my credit card number at the time I make hotel reservations (a standard practice) how will my personal information be kept secure? Will a certain amount of money be "frozen" on my credit card? 3.What security features does the hotel offer? What are the other amenities? 4. What are the terms of the hotel stay? 5. When in check-out time? When is check-in time? 6. What are hotel policies surrounding the making of hotel reservations? When and how can hotel reservations be confirmed? What is the policy surrounding changed or cancelled hotel reservations? 7. What types of rooms and services does the hotel offer? 8. What, exactly, do I get for my money? What services or meals, if any, are included? What facilities can I use for the hotel rate? What facilities cost extra? Do I need to make arrangements now to make use of facilities such as pools and salons? 9. What other fees are added to the room rate? What is the cost of phone use, for example? 10. Does the hotel offer Internet connections? Complimentary services to guests? 11. How easy is it to extend a hotel stay? 12. Does the hotel have points program or loyalty program that can save me money in the future? Before you leave, you should confirm your hotel reservations and should verify price and dates as well as check-in and check-out times. When you confirm your hotel reservations, call the hotel directly and note the time of the call and the representative you spoke with. This is especially important if you have made hotel reservations through a third party. On your trip, you should bring paper proof of any hotel reservations you have made. Having proof will help prevent the hotel claiming that you have not made reservations with them and will help ensure that you get accommodations, even if the hotel is over booked.
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