It’s no secret that we love our search engine, but perhaps what we love even more is when others find out about it. Check out this recent feature from Techly:
As travel becomes increasingly tech-integrated, the number of tools available for travelers to book rooms, find flights, and secure deals is growing exponentially. If you find yourself overwhelmed with the sheer quantity of sites to choose from, AllTheRooms will search all your options for you.
In addition to standard hotel searching for your target area or neighbourhood, AllTheRooms pulls results from alternative accommodation services like Airbnb, VRBO, Couchsurfing, and more, then aggregates the results.
Last year, AllTheRooms also added Groupon to their results, rounding out the travel package deals aspect of accommodation search. The site doesn’t foresee any slowing in its rapid growth, since it’s constantly adding new providers and accommodation options to its comprehensive search function.
“Our goal is to be the most comprehensive accommodation search site out there, and we are well on our way,” said co-founder and CEO Joseph DiTomaso. “Our goal is to make it a one-stop shop for any type of traveler, from the business man looking for a hotel near a conference to a backpacker exploring his way through Europe.”
Since users can search for accommodation that suits their preferences for price, location, lodging type and more, DiTomaso wants AllTheRooms to become known as the “Google of Accommodations.”
It’s easy to see how a one-stop search function for accommodation in your chosen city would be helpful for travellers looking to find their best option at a preferred price.
Popular sites like Kayak and Trivago don’t include every option, and travellers often find themselves with enough tabs open to crash even the best web browser.
Of course, the beauty of the site is that regardless of whether you want to rent a hammock on a farm, or a luxury penthouse suite, chances are AllTheRooms can help you find it.
This post originally appeared on Techly. You can view it here.
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