Our new site adds many helpful tools specifically geared toward the needs of budget travelers heading to Europe’s most visited destinations.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
EuroCheapo.com, the expert guide to budget hotels in Europe, today announced a major site relaunch. Through a new design, an upgraded hotel search platform and added features, the site aims to simplify the process of finding the best affordable accommodations in Europe’s most popular cities.
The site upgrade features a complete redesign, large format hotel photos taken by the site’s editors, expanded expert hotel reviews and a partnership with TripAdvisor to provide EuroCheapo’s readers the most comprehensive hotel research experience. These new additions enhance EuroCheapo’s position as a leader in budget hotel recommendations and trusted travel advice.
“Our new site adds many helpful tools specifically geared toward the needs of budget travelers heading to Europe’s most visited destinations,” says Tom Meyers, EuroCheapo’s Founder and Editor-in-Chief. “From improved maps to better hotel search results, this launch signals a big step forward for our brand. Feedback from our readers has been overwhelmingly positive.”
The relaunch affects all 33 hotel guides to popular cities such as Rome and London, and even a special guide to cheap hotels in New York where the company is based. In addition to EuroCheapo’s portfolio of more than 1,200 hotel reviews, the new site also gives readers easier access to articles on topics such as public transportation, cheap eats and where to stay in Paris.
“We’re very excited about this next chapter,” continues Meyers. “We hope that these new features make it easier than ever for our readers to experience more of Europe for less.”
EuroCheapo.com is a free guide to budget travel in Europe. The site’s travel experts inspect and review inexpensive hotels, pensions, B&Bs and hostels in 33 popular and pricey cities. EuroCheapo does not charge hotels to be listed on its Web site. The site also publishes detailed city articles covering topics that include public transportation, museum passes, budget airlines and cheap eats.
EuroCheapo has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, public radio’s Marketplace, and the Chicago Tribune, among other media outlets. In addition, EuroCheapo was named one of PC Magazine’s “Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites.”
EuroCheapo is owned and operated by Over There Interactive, Inc. and is based in New York City.