TrustYou Meta-Reviews Added to Skyscanner Hotel Travel Search

TrustYou Meta-Reviews Added to Skyscanner Hotel Travel Search
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TrustYou continues to roll out Meta-ReviewsTM to travel sites across the world, including the latest integration with Skyscanner. Skyscanner prides itself on providing a comprehensive yet simple approach to travel, and TrustYou enhances this mission by providing a straightforward, accessible, and useful visual of verified hotel reviews distilled from sites worldwide.

“Skyscanner’s hotel search helps consumers search for, compare and book accommodation with ease, displaying unbiased results with the best rates. We’ve made hotel search simple, with clever features, great imagery, traveller reviews and an uncluttered user experience. We have now enhanced the presentation of traveller reviews with the integration of Trust You Meta-Reviews. The enhanced reviews will now give our users greater depth of information before they make a decision.” said Nikhil Gupta, Director of Hotels and Car Hire at Skyscanner.

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Versailles plans luxury hotel
News from India Today:

The Chateau de Versailles (Versailles Palace) is seen in an aerial view outside Paris July 14, 2011.

Once home to kings and now one of France’s most visited sites, the Chateau de Versailles is planning a new venture with a luxury hotel to prop up its finances, local media said on Sunday.

The palace’s management has called for a tender to create a hotel in three 1680s buildings situated just outside the Versailles park’s gates, with views of some of its most famous buildings, the Journal du Dimanche said.

It would cost 4 million to 7 million euros ($ 4.44 million-$ 7.77 million)to renovate the run-down buildings and as much to build a hotel within their walls, the bid for tender said, according to the newspaper.

A previous plan to build a hotel there was abandoned a few years ago.

Versailles was transformed by King Louis XIV in the 17th century from a hunting lodge into the dazzling heart of an absolutist state, with a stunning palace and gardens.

The call for tender for a 60-year concession on the Grand Controle, Petit Controle and Pavillon buildings meant to become a hotel will close on September 14, the Journal du Dimanche wrote.

The Versailles administration could not be reached for comment.

($ 1 = 0.9003 euros)

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