Turin, Italy (PRWEB) December 11, 2005
With exactly two months to go before the Winter Games begin in Turin, Italy, tens of thousands of sports fans are frantically in search of accommodations in the city center. Ludus Tours, an American company who has availability in more than 16 centrally-located hotels in the city center and the surrounding mountain venues, is offering its rooms throughout the month of February 2006 to tourists from around the world.
Ludus Tours has been surprised that the press has created the unfounded myth that there are no accommodations available in the Olympic City. The global sports agency has already assisted more than 150 clients from more than 20 countries in finding suitable accommodations, and they still have availability in more than 200 hotel rooms in one to four-star hotels.
“I think that one of the main misconceptions about Torino 2006 is the supposed lack of available accommodations and hospitality,” said Adam Dailey, Ludus’ Managing Director. “We have plenty of great properties that are still available at every category and every price range.”
Ludus’ inventory of hotel rooms are located in the Turin City Center and in the mountain venues of Sestriere, Bardonecchia, Claviere and Sauze d’ Oulx. “The Olympics should be enjoyed by all, and that’s why we’re here,” Dailey said.
To see a list of all the available hotels offered by Ludus Tours, visit their website at http://www.ludustours.com.
For additional information on Ludus Tours and available hotel rooms in Turin, Italy during the Winter Olympic Games, please contact Sierra Brasher or visit http://www.ludustours.com.
About Ludus Tours:
Ludus Tours organizes tours and hospitality for global sports and cultural events throughout Europe and the USA. Some of these events include the Athens 2004 Summer Olympics, Tour de France and Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany. Ludus Tours focuses on individual sports fans as well as various corporate clients and federations. The Texan-based company has been living and working in Turin, Italy for the past year, securing accommodations and various hospitality events for clients for the 2006 Winter Olympic Games.
Sierra Brasher, Director of Communications