Hotel Tonight expands to Toronto and Vancouver, invites iPhone and Android users to pay less

Daniel Bader

April 27, 2012 12:55pm

The last-minute/cheap hotel market is pretty saturated, with names like Hotwire, Priceline, Expedia and more sitting prominently in the minds of tech-savvy consumers. But Hotel Tonight, a mobile-only service for iPhone and Android, is trying to eat into some of that market by linking with well-known hotel chains around the U.S. and Canada to provide last-minute rooms at up to 70% off.

Hotel Tonight is expanding its sizeable market into Toronto and Vancouver today, and is allowing its two million users to book hotels at noon each day for that evening. The service won’t appeal to everyone, but if you’ve ever found yourself without a place to stay in an unknown city, the choice is pretty good and prices are, on average, 35% off regular. You can book for up to five nights depending on availability, and the apps are extremely easy to navigate and manage.

If you’re into deep discounts and mobile apps, Hotel Tonight seems like a pretty good option. Check it out for iPhone and Android.

  • TestMe


    • Cloutier

      What about blackberry users?

  • Zebra Joe

    I prefer motels for one night stands. Cheap, and dirty. Just the way I like my women.

    • vn33

      LOL ! So Politically Incorrect … maybe that’s why I find it funny !!

  • Megahertz

    @Cloutier Who cares about Blackberry users. It was only designed for iPhone and Android for a reason.

  • more mah

    Blackberry users are all business people on expense accounts and they don’t care about getting a discount.

  • joe

    toronto represent

  • Aryana

    Look at the signal on the LTE phone LOL its just one teeny tiny little bar and thats it!
    Does it mean LTE suckssssss! lol