Phuket, Thailand, May 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- HotelTravel.com is calling all football fanatics to move quickly and book hotel accommodation for the UEFA Champions League Final in Rome on 27 May. UEFA made football history when it announced plans to hold club football's most prestigious event in Rome, the cradle of western civilization and home to some of the world’s flashiest footballers.
What a chance then for Rome and Italy to remind the world that they are capable of, and to showcase not just the two best teams of 2009 playing for glory, but also the sprawling and beautiful metropolis of Rome. Viva Italia.
The Champions League Final takes place on the 27 May 2009, at the impressive ‘Stadio Olimpico’, which is also home to Serie A giants Lazio.
HotelTravel.com Chief Communications Officer Tom Racette said this year’s match is expected to fuel hotel demand in Rome because of the huge fan base of the two participating teams and the chance for cup glory.
“The stage was set in dramatic fashion early May with that incredible equaliser in the dying seconds of the semi-final. After 10-man Barcelona booked the Catalan giants a place in the final with Premier League stalwarts Manchester United put both sides on track to record a historic ‘treble’ of football titles in 2009.
“Fans of either side who make the journey will be delighted by the quality of the accommodation in Rome and value for money on offer from HotelTravel.com.”
HotelTravel.com’s Top Ten Hotels for Champions League Final in Rome are:
In the three star range Delle Vittorie Hotel is priced from EUR 44 (US$60), Dei Consoli Hotel Rome (from EUR 46), Center Three Hotel (from EUR 55), Blu Roma Hotel (from EUR 64), Giglio Dell Opera Hotel (from EUR 71), and Castellino Palio Bianco Hotel (from EUR 117) all offer an enticing combination of convenience, value and comfort.
For those seeking something in the four star range, make sure to log on and check out Borromini Hotel (from EUR 56), Delle Provincie Hotel (from EUR 67), Villa Glori Hotel (from EUR 79) or the River Palace Hotel (from EUR 132).
According to Mr Racette, HotelTravel.com is also the preferred point of call for travelling sports fans looking for the latest information on dinning, entertainment and nightlife.
“Creating high quality travel content and travel information in 8 major languages is a huge competitive advantage for us. HotelTravel.com’s unique travel guides, travel tips and original hotel reviews written by our customers really help people make informed hotel choices.”
The website also features superb online maps and ‘Traveller’s Tools’ providing the latest local weather forecasts, currency converter and time zone updates.
HotelTravel.com is also packed with over 500,000 pages of original content not found anywhere else, all of which is essential information to enjoying Rome just as the Romans do - right up to the final whistle.