Get the best deal on travel with these travel hacks [Infographic]
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Mar 18, 2013 | 34427 views | 0 0 comments | 217 217 recommendations | email to a friend | print
As the travel industry continues to rebound in 2013, the ever-changing economic landscape will create a new set of challenges and opportunities for both consumers and businesses alike. To help travelers best navigate the road ahead, the experts at Hotels.com(R) have identified the top tips to guide guests searching for the perfect place and price by using new technology and the well-respected Hotel Price Index(TM) (HPI(R)). The HPI is a regular survey of hotel prices in major destinations across the world and is based on prices Hotels.com customers actually paid for hotel rooms in 2012. The full infographic is available here.


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