Do you ever wish you could stay in that dream hotel that’s a bit too expensive? Have trouble booking accommodation when you travel? Or, found it hard to find somewhere to stay with last-minute changes? Well luckily, Nightly.travel is a new platform that allows you to be versatile with your travel plans. To find out a bit more about this new and exiting company read on…
What is Nightly.travel?
Making travel plans only for them to change at the last-minute can be frustration. We’ve all been there and it never gets any easier. Most of the time it leads us to spending more money than we budgeted for. Likewise, most of our holidays are centered around what we can afford and we often miss out on a bit of luxury that we’d ideally like to have.
Nightly.travel means you can get the quality you want at prices you can afford!
Nightly.travel is a dedicated online search tool that instantly checks the price of every possible variation of hotel bookings for a chosen destination. Furthermore, it then returns results which offer savings or upgrades by staying at a combination of two hotels.
Why is Nightly.travel so good?
Nightly.travel recognises that prices can fluctuate wildly from night to night. This can lead to holiday makers paying far more than they actually need to! Nightly.travel stops this from happening and offers remarkable savings on the best hotels. It can give access to the greatest possible savings, upgrades to higher quality hotels and more for travelers during their stay.
On some occasions Nightly.travel has resulted in savings of 70% across the globe in popular city destinations. In addition, the platform also regularly sees travelers make savings of 30-50% for their trips. Some of you may be thinking that this comes at a sacrifice of quality but this isn’t true. Nightly.travel will source the best hotels for your trip that meets your criteria. This means you can get the quality you want at prices you can afford!
Who’s behind the platform?
Co-founders Santiago Navarro and Jon Hannah are the brains behind the platform and have agreed to answer some of my questions. Here’s what they had to say…