Sunday, January 6, 2013

Choosing A Hotel to Stay in Indiana

Traveling is an exciting adventure. You get to experience and expose yourself to something new and learn bits and pieces of the places you travel to. Planning a trip is a different thing altogether. You would need to be organized to ensure a hassle-free trip, starting with booking flights, researching which places to visit, booking hotels to stay in and packing for your trip.

Choosing where to stay during the duration of your trip is as important as choosing which tourist attractions to go to. Remember that the hotel you choose to stay in will serve as your “home” throughout the trip so it is important that it has all the factors you want to have in a home too.
While the price of the hotel is a major factor when it comes to choosing which one to book, remember that the quality of accommodations and price are not necessarily correlated. While it is true in some cases that "you get what you pay for" in regards to hotels, higher priced hotels do not always provide a commensurate level of quality.

Try to research as much as possible and talk to hotel personnel and ask what the best rate is that they can give you.

Perhaps this is the most crucial factor when choosing a hotel. You would need to choose a hotel that is close to the area you would want to visit. For example, if you are visiting Indiana State University, the Econo Lodge Hotel in Terre Haute Indiana would be the best and most logical choice for you. The Econo Lodge® hotel is conveniently located off Interstate 70 and U.S. Highway 41, just one mile from the Honey Creek Mall. The Terre Haute hotel is minutes from area points of interest like Turkey Run State Park, Indiana State University, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and the Covered Bridge Festival, a countywide festival held annually in October.

Location may not be a high priority for some while traveling, but considering location will help you save time and give you easier access to travel routes and/or attractions.


Another factor to consider in choosing a hotel is the amenities available. Hotels offer different varieties – free breakfast, internet capabilities, access to the gym and pool areas, onsite laundry services and more. What is important to some may not be as important for others; some travelers need internet connection all the time while some appreciates the free buffet breakfast included in their hotel bookings.

Hotels offer these extra services to entice travelers to stay there, but it is important to consider whether you want these extras or if you have little time to access them. Depending on your length of stay and level of need when lodging, you may want to consider choosing a hotel that offers these extra services.

Choosing a hotel when traveling can be difficult, especially if it’s your first time to visit in the area. But doing research and looking for feedback from actual customers can really help a lot in choosing which hotel is right for you.

About the Author: A frequent traveler, Martha Blythe loves to try out new hotels to stay in during her trips. She has tried the Econo Lodge Hotel when she visited in Indiana.

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