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Palo Alto, CA, United States, 2005/05/31 - Last Sunday’s edition of The New York Times recommended that summer travelers to Europe visit HotelShark.com to “learn as much as you can about the accommodations.” HotelShark.com is regularly cited in major metropolitan newspapers..
Last Sunday’s edition of The New York Times recommended that summer travelers to Europe visit HotelShark.com to “learn as much as you can about the accommodations.”
The article, entitled “Some Ways to Pinch Euros on Summer Hotel Stays,” called HotelShark.com a primary tool for “researching hotels on the Internet.” The May 29, 2005 piece went on to note that HotelShark.com publishes “consumer opinions about properties.”
HotelShark.com was the first of two hotel review websites mentioned in the article. The other was acquired by a publicly-traded company last year. HotelShark.com remains 100% owned by its creator.
HotelShark.com is regularly cited as a lodging authority in major metropolitan newspapers. So far in 2005, the website has been cited in The Chicago Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle, The San Jose Mercury News, and in London’s The Indepenent.
HotelShark.com collects, screens, and publishes unbiased hotel reviews written by real travelers. The site publishes a submitted review only after it has been thoroughly researched and authenticated. HotelShark.com discards well over half of all incoming contributions as insufficient or invalid. The site may be viewed free of charge.
HotelShark.com is not affiliated with any of the aforementioned publications.
HotelShark.com is the world’s most-trusted Internet lodging guide. The site collects, screens, and publishes unbiased hotel reviews written by real travelers. Consumer Reports calls HotelShark.com one of “the tricks to booking online.” HotelShark.com 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, the site is owned by SharkPage, a privately-held company based in Palo Alto, California. HotelShark.com and SharkPage are trademarks of SharkPage.