Continuing its success hotel.info has gained its 4 millionth booking customer
Wednesday 24, March 2010
hotel.info, the free online hotel reservation service for more than 210,000 hotels worldwide, welcomed its four millionth booking customer last week.
The countdown started just under four weeks ago. From the 3,950,000th customer we started looking more carefully, as every ten thousandth new customer who registered at www.hotel.info from that point on was rewarded with a hotel voucher for the five-star Hotel Hilton Molino Stucky in Venice.
The closer the new hotel. info customers came to the four million mark, the greater their reward. Today's winner will enjoy five nights in Venice, whilst the second and third-placed new customers will also be able to spend time visiting the numerous attractions of the city's romantic waterways.
In breaking the four million booking customers barrier, hotel.info has continued its success in the fast-growing market for online hotel reservations. As Warini Munshi, Managing Director at hotel.info hotel booking Ltd.explained , "Over the past few years we have recorded constant growth in the numbers of people booking through us. The fact that this trend has persisted in times of greater economic constraint is evidence of the attractive nature of the hotels we offer and the efficiency of the hotel.info online marketing system. This promotion has been our way of saying "thank you" to our new customers."
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