Quebec City, Quebec (PRWEB) February 26, 2009
SeeYourHotel, a map based hotel booking engine, today announced the launch of the SeeYourHotel widget. It allows any website to embed a map based hotel booking facility and earn a commission. With the raising importance of geospatial web and location awareness, the pertinence of a map based tool for vacation is a given, providing those capacity to all webmasters is a great addition to the offering of SeeYourHotel.
"Helping people find the right hotel in the right location is what we do. Now we are delighted webmasters can do the same for their community." said SeeYourHotel CEO Jean-Francois Noel. "Webmasters can customize the widget, to make sure their community is seeing the most relevant hotels."
The widget can be cutomized to show different locations, points of interests, cities, addresses and even arbitrary coordinates. The interface is available in English, French and Italian at this time, with plans to offer others in the near future. Any time someone would like to highlight the hotels available around a place, they can simply integrate this widget. Employees at SeeYourHotel are ready to help you with this simple integration, email them at info (at) seeyourhotel.com and they will provide you all the assistance required.
SeeYourHotel.com, an online hotel-booking agency, gives travelers a birds-eye perspective of all the hotel options in their destination area--so they can ultimately enjoy their stay from the best street-level perspective. The site's easy-to-use map and pushpin interface lets users choose the best location for their hotel, relative to nearby landmarks and attractions. Without leaving the map, travelers can then swoop in for more details, watch video tours, read descriptions and reviews, check availability, and make reservations.
Founded by Jean-Francois Noel and Vincent Desjardins, SeeYourHotel http://www.seeyourhotel.com, combines sophisticated Google Maps technology http://maps.google.com with the best hotel booking tools from hotels.com http://www.hotels.com and venere.com http://www.venere.com to simplify the process of finding a better place to stay.