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Book early, after work if you want to enjoy your next hotel stay

If you?re planning a summer vacation or weekend getaway, when you book your hotel room can make a big difference. A new study found you?ll be happier with your hotel stay if you book your room after business hours. The research found that consumers who made reservations during business hours selected a higher quality hotel, but they were ultimately less satisfied with their choice. Additionally, the study?s findings on hotel quality and satisfaction is the same regardless of whether a reservation is made online, by phone or through a travel agent.
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