Do you review the hotels that you've been to?

@maezee (40918)
United States
September 30, 2009 2:21pm CST
And if so, where do you review them at? Which do you think is the best site to review them at? (Hotwire, Hotels.com, PriceLine, Expedia, etc..) I recently stayed at a hotel, which wasn't BAD but wasn't all that good..But anyway, I'd like to share my opinion about it with those who are contemplating booking a room at that particular hotel. Have you ever reviewed a hotel onlin ebefore? And if so, where is the best place to do it at?
5 responses
• Philippines
1 Oct 09
your topic gives me idea to put up a blog which features world hotels. It is essential for travellers all over the world.
@ibuemma (2954)
• United States
1 Oct 09
I never review the hotels that I've stayed before. LOL...But usually I stick with one chain of hotel just because they have the loyalty rewards for staying in their hotels. But usually if you write a letter directly to the customer service of that hotel, specially a complain letter, they will either give you something back ( reimburse your money, or give you voucher for the next time you stay at their hotel ).
@greenline (14848)
• Canada
30 Sep 09
Hello Maezee. If you like writing reviews, "Review Stream" is a place. You can write reviews about a variety of things, things you come across in your day to day activities, hotels, restaurants, shopping, movies, and so on. When accepted, you get paid for that too. Ofcourse, there are many other websites where you can write reviews too.
@XiaoLin (289)
• Italy
30 Sep 09
well, when I didn't use to make reservation through internet I didn't think about reviewing them. It happend to me lately to make reservations on line on this site www.initalia.it and after my staying there they asked for my opinion. I liked the fact of sharing it with other customers, because I also had decided to choose that hotel mostly because it had good reviews.
@weasel81 (2501)
• Australia
30 Sep 09
yeah i stick to the same one if we stay at a hotel. mum and dad went away back at the end of august, mum gave a really detailed account of what she thought of the hotel they stayed at and it was not good. you had to laugh, at some things and it was wonder they were in business. she wrote some point blank answers to the questions, they ask about service etc. i think they ended next time round they can get a breakfast free.