Kelly Thomas receives an email announcing a hard-to-believe Booking.com promotion. It says that during her upcoming hotel stay in Dubai, she can enjoy unlimited free attractions for herself and anyone else traveling with her. But is this deal too good to be true? “A Booking.com promotion that was too good to be true!”
Skip your travel agent and those comparison booking sites. That’s what more hotels want you to do, and they’re pulling out all the stops to persuade you to do it.
But should you? “Hotels offer perks if you book direct. But should you?”
Vivian Mello’s vacation rental in Maui is uninhabitable. So why won’t Booking.com refund her money? “Hello, relaxation? Not with this Booking.com reservation”
Fennella Bruce’s trip to Miami is interrupted by a hurricane. Why won’t her hotel and the Miami Broward Carnival offer her a refund? “A hurricane, a canceled hotel and a missed vacation. What a carnival!”
Faig Babayev booked a room at the Ritz-Carlton, Abama, in Tenerife, Spain, for his family. But Booking.com, the site through which he made the reservation, has other plans for him. “Why won’t Booking.com honor my room reservation at the Ritz?”