Suffield, Conn. (PRWEB) March 13, 2007
With Spring Break and Easter vacations right around the corner, many travelers who've booked early-morning flights are now bracing themselves for a groggy drive to the airport, followed by a frantic search for parking and a mad dash to the terminal -- all before the sun even begins to break over the horizon. Or they're looking at a return trip that has them landing past midnight, with a weary wait for baggage claim and a half-awake trudge to the parking lot -- where it's time to get in the car and drive home.
"That's certainly not the best way to begin or end a relaxing vacation," says Jack Lambert, managing partner of ParkSleepFly.com, Inc. "But a lot of people don't realize that there's an easier, less stressful way to go," says Lambert.
ParkSleepFly.com is an online service that allows travelers to book an overnight stay at one of over 750 hotels located just minutes from more than 120 airports throughout North America and Europe -- along with free parking for 7-21 days and free shuttle service to and from every terminal. "That means they can get a good night's sleep and not have to worry about missing a flight or making a late-night drive home after a long trip," notes Lambert. "And in many cases, the cost of the hotel with free parking is about the same as it would be for the parking alone. When you consider that airport lots tend to fill up fast during peak travel times like Spring Break and holiday vacations, the guaranteed parking is real bonus."
Between March 10 and April 30, Lambert expects more than 100,000 travelers to book a hotel room at http://www.ParkSleepFly.com -- representing a 15% increase in reservations over the same period last year.
"Our customers repeatedly tell us how thrilled they are to be able to both save money and avoid the stress and inconvenience of making a pre-dawn trip to or from the airport or driving around searching for a parking space at the airport," says Lambert. "And when all is said and done, isn't that what taking a vacation is really about?"