You can save thousands on your next vacation simply by moving to another hotel in the middle of the trip.
Better yet, there is now an application to help you do this.
Staying in two different hotels in one destination can be more profitable than staying at a hotel.
This is because hotel rooms can vary a lot from night to night depending on a variety of factors such as the time of year, local events, hotel occupancy, special rates and offers available.
For example, you could stay in a hotel for a week and five of the nights could be really cheap.
But if there is a wedding or a large group booking for the remaining two days, then prices are accelerated and the total price of your stay will be higher.
If you can be flexible and do not mind moving from hotel to mid-stay, going somewhere else for the remaining two days could save you a decent amount of money.
For example, you can stay for one night at the Ritz Carlton in New York, walk 10 minutes to the Loews Regency for nights 2 or 3 and pay £ 1,619 in total.
Staying at the five-star Ritz Carlton for the three nights would cost £ 3,100 – 48% more, but both hotels are five-star, so travelers will not be committed to the luxury shifting to Loews mid-stay.
Although you can work with ease, now there is also an application that helps you find the best rates.
The Nightly app uses an algorithm to search 75,000 hotels and find the best combination of value of two hotels in a particular city or destination.
Nightly compares all combinations of stays at various hotels in a chosen destination and finds the most economical way to share a stay at the hotel.
For example, for a trip to Paris, they suggest staying at the NJV Athens Plaza five stars for the one to three nights and then moving to the five-star Royal Olympic (less than a mile from the Acropolis) for nights from four to seven.
The stay would cost a total of £ 1,316, saving you £ 2,482 based on what you would have paid if you just stayed in one place.
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Brits who want the most out of their vacation can also be sure to get the best room when booking a hotel.
Asking which rooms come recommended at the front desk, be it corner rooms or upstairs rooms, can make a huge difference.
A recent report found that hotel booking sites can increase the cost of hotel rooms across the board due to the commission they charge.
And through contracts they have signed with hotel partners, you also will not be able to find cheaper rates elsewhere.