HotelCalculator: Compare Hotel Prices on Multiple Travel Sites

Azim Toktosunov 04-04-2009

HotelCalculator is a hotel price comparison website that lets you search and compare multiple travel sites. It aggregates data from over 20 hotel booking sites including,,… etc, and presents the results in an easy to search interface.


To search simply type in the location, select number of days and guests and then hit the Enter tush. HotelCalculator will bring list of results that can be narrowed down by price, type, hotel star rating (1 to 5) and amenities (Internet access, swimming pool, air-conditioning… etc).

compare multiple travel sites

You can also view hotels on a Goolge Map, see its distance from the city center and hotels in nearby towns. To book the hotel, just follow the link and complete the order at the provider’s website.

Furthermore you can add the hotels you liked to a “shortlist”. Shortlist lets you filter and compare hotels from the overall list.  You can save the shortlist and access it later through a provided link

compare multiple travel sites



  • Compare hotel prices in over 13,000 cities all over the world.
  • Data aggregated from multiple hotel and travel info providers including,,,,, and others.
  • View hotel listings, narrow results by price, hotel star rating (1 to 5) and amenities (Internet, swimming pool, air conditioning etc).
  • View hotel location on a Google Map.
  • Add hotels to a shortlist and access them later via provided link (link valid 7 days).
  • Easy to use interface and no registration.
  • Similar sites: HostelBookers, iStopOver and SeeYourHotel.

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  1. Sam
    January 29, 2010 at 5:09 am

    Nice site indeed. I usually use but when browsed through hotelcalculator I can admit it is kind of better - simple and functional comparison engine.

  2. Raj
    June 27, 2009 at 1:42 am

    Nice useful site.
    Thanks for sharing useful notes.