What are the best hotel booking sites?

  • #1
    Written on April 28, 2017
    Roy Obrien
    "My work involves a lot of traveling and I remember when I was about to take my first trip on the job, I was looking for a good hotel booking website. I had many recommendations from friends who had used different sites but whenever I try to use another site, I always end up coming back to booking.com. Their interface is more user-friendly and they have booking deals you can't find anywhere else"
  • #2
    Written on June 15, 2017
    Walter Castro
    "I'm going out of town soon and I need a place to stay. So, I started looking for hotel booking sites and one of the first searches that came up was "Kayak.com". I decided to give it a try. I am a little disappointed, this site is very slow and the search function is terrible. It only shows me 2 hotels in my area then the rest are 100 miles away. I will not be using this site anymore."
  • #3
    Written on June 4, 2017
    Emma Reynolds
    "Expedia is the most helpful hotel booking site. You can find tons of reviews and information but you can also book your tickets. Also, there are telephone agents available if you need them as well."
  • #4
    Written on June 23, 2017
    Sandra White
    "I used Hotels.com to book a hotel for a recent vacation my family took to Disney World. I loved the fact that they offer rewards! If I had booked directly through the hotel's website, I would not be on my way to a free room! I also found the reviews on this site to be extremely helpful and honest. I was able to choose a hotel that my family loved and was in my budget!"
  • #5
    Written on September 18, 2017
    Charles Allen
    "When I'm planning a trip Hotwire is one of the first places I check to find the best prices on hotels and other travel deals I may not have even thought to look for at other places. The advice on trip planning and tools they offer for making my trip as effortless as possible always guarantee a good vacation for me. I really enjoy using their bundle deal offers where I can book flight, rooms, and ground transportation all at once make it a easy to go anywhere I want."
  • #6
    Written on May 17, 2017
    Doris Hunt
    "Tingo is almost a typical hotel reservation site. The difference is they will refund you the difference if the price for your room drops. It's automatic. You don't have to email or call them. It's seamless. I enjoy using this site when I want to travel and book accommodations."
  • #7
    Written on January 15, 2017
    Stephen Alexander
    "I would go to the Travel Pony website. If I liked the look and feel of the site and the prices seemed good I would use the site to book a room."
  • #8
    Written on September 15, 2017
    Rose Adams
    "I feel its a good site but still needs a lot of work. The site seems still new and there are not a lot of local properties available yet. It may be better for more international reservations. I can find more and better deals through Priceline or Hotwire."
  • #9
    Written on September 18, 2017
    Amber Willis
    "I have to travel a lot for work and don't get reimbursed until after submitting expenses. Because of this, I'm always on the lookout for the best hotel deals and willing to try out new booking sites. I came across Vistara Tours and, at first, thought that it looked promising. However, the large amount of placeholder text -- where it says "lorem ipsum ..." is worrying. How can I trust a site that doesn't edit and clean up it's own web site? I'm willing to try Vistara agan later, but for now it's a pass."


Best hotel booking sites
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Booking.com Websites 111 Free
2 Kayak.com Websites 86 Free
3 Expedia Websites 65 Free
4 Hotels.com Websites 57 Free
5 Hotwire Websites 29 Free
6 Tingo Websites 12 Free
7 Travel Pony Websites 5 Free
8 Agoda Websites 0 Paid
9 Vistara Tours Websites 0 Paid