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BOOKONLINE.IT: il servizio di booking on line italiano più completo

07-28-2008 02:18 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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Padova, Italia – bookonline.it da una recente inchiesta risulta essere tra i più utilizzati e conosciuti siti di prenotazione on line di hotel dal mercato italiano, e non solo. Infatti il servizio è in funzione fin dal 1999 e oggi offre oltre 45.000 tra hotel, alberghi, residence, bed&breakfast, in oltre 10.000 destinazioni nel mondo. Ad esempio in home page si possono subito trovare gli hotel di Roma , gli alberghi di Parigi, gli hotel di Madrid, … e di tantissime altre metropoli, e anche voli low cost diretti in tutto il mondo.

Il servizio Bookonline.it è gratuito e non si paga nessun fee per la prenotazione, offre una gamma di hotel ed alberghi di tutti i prezzi e di tutti i livelli con offerte speciali e prezzi realmente economici. Il pagamento si fa direttamente in albergo e viene richiesto solo il numero di carta di credito a titolo di garanzia, senza alcun addebito. La cancellazione si può fare gratuitamente basta cliccare sul link la mia prenotazione sempre in fondo alla pagina.

Le preferenze maggiori sono riservate agli alberghi di Barcellona, hotel di Firenze, alberghi di Praga, hotel di Monaco di Baviera e agli alberghi di Londra.

Autore:
dott. Franco Mattiazzi
resp. team Bookonline.it
Padua (Italy)
via G. Dal Santo, 15.
35132, Italy

Padua (Italy)
via G. Dal Santo, 15.

www.Bookonline.it ora potete prenotare alberghi a Roma sia economici che lussuosi. Visitate bookonline.it e prenotate hotel a Roma a prezzi scontati.

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