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Palo Alto, CA, United States, 2005/11/28 - Minneapolis' Star Tribune newspaper says that travelers use HotelShark.com "for advice on where to stay -- or avoid -- and for sharing their own views on properties they have patronized."
The Star Tribune, the major daily newspaper of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, recently said that HotelShark.com's "guest critiques of accommodations have become increasingly popular."
The article says that travelers use HotelShark.com "for advice on where to stay -- or avoid -- and for sharing their own views on properties they have patronized." The paper went on to call the site's reviews "thoughtful and nuanced," adding, "the biggest attraction is the candor."
The praise was posted on the Star Tribune's website on November 18, 2005. The article was entitled "Online, More Have Their Say on Hotel Stay."
HotelShark.com collects, screens, and publishes unbiased hotel reviews written by real travelers. The site posts reviews only after they have been thoroughly researched and authenticated. HotelShark.com discards well over half of all incoming contributions as insufficient or invalid. HotelShark.com remains 100% owned by its creator. HotelShark.com is not affiliated with the Star Tribune.
HotelShark.com, the site that Consumer Reports calls one of “the tricks to booking online,” is the world’s most-trusted Internet lodging guide. The site was named one of the five best travel websites by National Geographic Traveler magazine, and has been praised by the Independent (UK), US News & World Report, and USA Today. Founded in March 2001, HotelShark.com is available free of charge. HotelShark.com is owned by SharkPage, a privately held company based in Palo Alto, California. HotelShark.com and SharkPage are trademarks of SharkPage.