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Click, Book & Spin

August 18, 2008 : For Immediate Release

Click, Book & Spin

Accommodate-me.co.nz now integrates with both BookIt and Vianet online booking engines.

Boutique & luxury accommodation providers can now display their availability calendars directly on their listing page.

"Traffic to accommodate-me.co.nz has increased substantially over the last couple of months as people start to explore for places to stay for the coming summer. We are noticing that consumers are more inclined to view listings with real-time availability than those without" says Steve Davies, publisher.

"The feedback we have been getting from prospective customers is that being able to view room availability makes planning a holiday a lot easier, especially when they are researching flight availability at the same time."

Accommodate Me is also happy to announce a partnership with Spin 360, New Zealand's leading virtual tour developers.

"These guys are the best in the business, so we're pleased that we can now link this technology directly into our customers' listings. The best virtual tours technology now on New Zealand's best boutique & luxury accommodation website."

To view a Spin 360 virtual tour on Accommodate Me, check out listing ID 327 : Westwood Lodge in Franz Josef Glacier.

Accommodate-me.co.nz is New Zealand's fastest growing boutique & luxury accommodation website with over 400 properties throughout New Zealand.


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