Try your luck with a secret hotel deal to save some money on your next overnight stay. You’ll see the cost, reviews, amenities and the hotel’s location before committing. The catch? The hotel remains nameless until after you book.
Secret deals allow hotels to offer super cheap rates to fill rooms without lowering price points for the entire market. It’s a win-win situation: You pay less, and the hotel gets your business without changing its rates altogether.
Even five-star hotels have a rep to protect.
Hotel sites that offer secret deals
Search under its Hot Rates to locate deep discounts on amazing stays.
Save up to 60% off with Hot Rates.
Sneak a peek with a preview photo of the hotel’s rooms.
Choose your mystery hotel’s location by selecting an area on a map.
Win great deals for both last-minute and future bookings with an Express Deal. Or, choose Pricebreakers — it’ll show you a list of three top-rated hotels, and you’ll be assigned one of them after confirming your booking, at a super low price.
Save up to 60% with Express Deals
Get one of three top-rated hotels with Pricebreakers
See the hotel’s area on a map, including surrounding attractions.
Review examples of hotel brands that are similar to the mystery hotel.
Put your dream vacation on the calendar now, and pay for it later! In addition, choose to streamline payment even further by splitting your fare into easy monthly installments with 0% interest! T&Cs apply.
Bahamas Paradise 2-night cruise deal for two: $69 per person
All meals onboard (alcoholic beverages and specialty restaurants not included). Theater shows, live music, pool-deck parties, day in The Bahamas. Spa & beauty salon and full casino available. 2 nights of accommodations.
Alex Keshen is the global travel publisher at Finder and has been living, breathing and, of course, writing about all things travel for more than 10 years. She has a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada and has appeared in Travel Weekly and the Huffington Post. A master of maximising her annual leave and finding the best bargains around, she can’t remember the last time her backpack weighed more than 10kg and is happy to share her tips and tricks to help you travel better.
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