Low Cost Beds

Liquidators set to be appointed for HotelConnect



Liquidators are to be found within a fortnight to deal with defunct company HotelConnect shortly, ABTA has said.


The accommodation-only supplier failed on Tuesday. It had some 6000 forward bookings through the trade and 400 from its website.


The company was based in North London and has been trading since 1994. According to its website, it had grown into a company selling over 2,500 hotels in over 200 destinations.


HotelConnect-ªs site advises customers that those who had bookings with hotels will have to pay for their holiday again directly with the hotel. It also tells customers to reconfirm their booking directly.

Friday, July 1, 2011



Your Comments

, be the first to post a comment.
Your email:






Email other comments made to this story
Code Request a new picture 5 characters



NOTE: Comments are subject to admin approval before being posted.
Mole Poll
The 'New Laker' Norwegian aims to end 'unreasonably high' transatlantic fares? Good Move ?
YES 65.61 %
NO 34.39 %

Thank you for your vote



Get Adobe Flash player
LATEST MOLES' GALLERIES
UPCOMING EVENTS
Sponsored features

The results are in: eco-certification delivers better business for hoteliers

Once again world-class research shows eco-certified hotels are proven to operate more efficiently and attract guests who help them save money and the environment.

Our Green Globe members have for many years reported efficiency gains in resources, particularly energy and water, from 5% to 20% per year. 

For more information about Green Globe and its certification standard and independent audits visit www.greenglobe.com