Best Travel Sites

Doing everything yourself is not easy, which airline should you book? Where should you stay? How to get the best travel deals? For that matter, where do you even start, there are so many travel site companies out there it’s hard to figure out which one to use.

To make it easy for you, we have made this list of top traveling sites, they are comprehensive, easy to use, and cater to a variety of needs and interests. What are you waiting for?

Booking.com

Part of the Priceline Group, it’s one of the most used travel sites on the web. The reason behind its popularity is that it lets users to book all types of lodging, from serviced apartments to luxury villas. Basically, you’ll see stuff here that you won’t see on many other travel sites. The site’s filters make it incredibly easy to narrow down your choices by neighborhood or price. 

Booking.com offers a “Pay when you stay” policy, stating that your credit card is charged at the property when you arrive, quite often you won’t be charged until after you’ve completed your stay. That being said, you can also get discounts when you prepay your stay, which is another reason to love this site.

Kayak

Also, part of The Priceline Group, Kayak searches other travel sites for airline, hotel, or rental car information to make research and booking travel more convenient. 

Available in over 40 countries, Kayak is particularly suited for people with open-ended travel plans, as it allows you to compare a lot of different options with more ease thus enabling you to find recommendations within a certain budget. Its “Explore” feature shows you a world map that highlights each destination and a conspicuously cheap fare. For instance, you might scroll over North America and find a flight to Chicago for $700. The dates might not be ideal, but the information will help you figure out the best times to book.

Hotels.com

The Hotels.com platform is not only a resource for booking hotels, but you’re going to find non-hotel properties too, including condo hotels, guesthouses, and bed & breakfasts. 

Hotels.com is a must-see if you’re looking for an awesome place to stay because they helps you find the best deals via tons of filters that let you narrow down your search (the site has more than 500,000 properties around the world to choose from). Members who stay ten nights, whether it’s a single stay or multiple trips, receive a free night, which is one of this travel site’s most beloved features.

Also, if you travel frequently, you can upgrade to its Silver or Gold loyalty status, and receive deeper discounts and perks.

Expedia

Instead of just booking a flight and room, you can combine airfare, hotels, rental cars and more with Expedia, thus enabling you to save so much money by booking everything together. The best thing about this site is that you don’t have to make my reservations all at once to take advantage of the savings. For instance, you can add hotels and car rentals to your flight at a later date and you will still have paid less than you would have by booking everything separately. 

Expedia also have a rewards program, you’ll get benefits depending on your membership (Blue, Silver and Gold), including the following:

  • Save an extra 10% or more on select hotels
  • Earn 2 points for every dollar spent on hotels, cars, and activities, and 1 point for every $5 on flights
  • and so forth.

Like a lot of great travel sites, Expedia has a free app for the Apple and Android user. App users get up to thirty-percent discount (plus 2x points) on hotels along with in-trip notifications on changes and delays. 

Agoda

Agoda also comes under the umbrella of the travel giant, The Priceline Group. It’s a one stop destination for those needing hotel reservations (it also lets you book flights on their site). Get the best prices on 2,000,000+ properties, worldwide, each of these properties comes with lots of user reviews to make it further easy for you to decide. 

You can also check out the “Today’s Deals” section (a recent search saw up to 40% off Ko Samui (Thailand) hotels). Another notable feature is the 24/7 access to a customer service professional to manage reservations (email and telephone support).

Travelzoo

This platform does not primarily function as a travel provider, instead it has partnered with over 2,000 companies (travel, entertainment, business) and acts as a publisher for their deals. 

TravelZoo is one of the best research tools available for those looking to maximize savings on the web. Its search capabilities are breathtaking, and you can even use multiple search engines to track down the best offers. What makes this site even better is that they have a great deal of writers who are constantly doing research for the best new vacation package deals.

Want to travel but don’t really have a destination in your mind and looking for good, affordable ideas, TravelZoo is what you should use.

TripAdvisor

While you can use this platform to book your flight and hotel travels, what sets TripAdvisor apart from other travel sites is all of the personal traveler reviews. You won’t find any other website with a better layout for all of the insider scoop on specific hotels, airlines, restaurants, and destination attractions. This is a must-use resource for prospective travelers to browse; it will certainly help them with their booking hesitations. To put it simply, TripAdvisor is Yelp for travel needs.

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