PHUKET, Thailand – HotelTravel.com is celebrating the year’s last Grand Slam tennis tournament by offering discounted promotional hotel deals for this week’s US Tennis Open from now until September 11.
The US Tennis Association said that the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows in Queens, New York, had sustained “minimal damage” from Tropical Storm Irene, and first-day matches should experience only slight delays.
HotelTravel.com Chief Information Officer Olivier Dombey said: “It takes a lot more than a weak tropical storm or mild earthquake to rattle New York City. The great news is HotelTravel.com has recently added dozens of hotels and slashed our already discounted rates in preparation for this year’s US Tennis Open. After Irene, a lot of travelers currently staying in New York will be departing quickly, so tennis fans looking for last-minute hotel deals can save heaps of cash on HotelTravel.com.”
For a preview of all the on-court action over the next two weeks, read through HotelTravel.com’s exclusive event feature article: US Open: New York Serves up an Ace. And any tennis fans still looking for accommodation can logon to the HotelTravel.com New York City hotel promotion page and book discounted rates starting for as little as US$25 per night.
HotelTravel.com provides the inside track for the best value online hotel deals. Its brand statement – Real People | Real Service | Real Choice – is the keystone of the company’s customer-centric business culture and its core value. HotelTravel.com has set the global standard for worldwide hotel bookings since 1999, constantly updating its multi-lingual website published in eight languages: English, Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Korean. Its 24-hour service center is staffed by highly-trained professional native speakers in each language, guaranteeing only the very best customer experience with each hotel booking. HotelTravel.com is proud to remain privately owned and operated, employing over 300 staff in its offices in Thailand, Malaysia and China.