DirectRooms Continues Expansion – 10 More Languages Added

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Asia based hybrid hotel meta-search site DirectRooms just launched 10 additional languages where hotel bookings are on the rise.

The launch of the additional languages is the latest in a series of new developments at

The latest languages include Hungarian, Czech, Romanian, Finish, Croatian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Slovakian, Ukrainian, and Russian.

Travelers in these countries can now search and compare deals from 270 hotel booking sites in their native language.

DirectRooms is the first site to offer hotel meta-search in the Croatian language.

“We are pleased with the results from our addition of these 10 languages,” stated DirectRooms managing director Alex Lotz. He added, “This takes us to a total of 26 languages in our inventory and gives millions of potential travelers the widest choice of hotels and prices on the Internet.”

In Hungary, Czech Republic, Romania, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovakia and the Ukraine, shorter but more frequent weekend trips are becoming more popular.

Travelers from these countries can now get fast, comparison pricing results for either weekend getaways or extended holidays.

“The launch of the additional languages is the latest in a series of new developments at,” said Lotz. “We recently launched a proprietary hotel mapping function, added TripAdvisor reviews; included Pay Now – Pay at Hotel and no credit card needed to book option, developed a multi-grid function for choice of search displays and integrated the ‘Smart Deal’ finder algorithm. We’ve been very busy.”


DirectRooms is an independent global hotel price comparison website based in Asia and operating online since 2000. Providing customers unbiased and real deals on over 253,000 hotels worldwide, by comparing prices from more than 270 hotel booking sites, in one easy search. is a subsidiary of GLAD Enterprises: A Happy Company

For further information please contact Lek Boonlert:
Email: lek(at)directrooms(dot)com
Tel: + 66 (0)76 241 145

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