One of the things I love about being a blogger is being introduced to new products and websites. I was recently contacted by HallStreet to share with you their website. This is a sponsored post, but as you know, I do not do many of these, only for products I really believe in. HallStreet is a very cool website for the traveler, or even those who do not travel. They provide you information for events, hotels and restaurants to be displayed all on one map. I think that can be very handy when traveling for sure. When I first pulled up the website, it gave me information about events/restaurants/hotels within my hometown.
Here is some information from their website:
Whether you are going to a conference, festival, your best friend’s wedding or just a weekend getaway, we're here to make your trip planning experience easier, faster and funkier.
HallSt is in the business of creating total travel experiences by linking events, hotels, restaurants, travellers and points of interests all on one map, so you can get a real bird’s eye view of the city, compare and book hotel and tickets at standard or peer-to-peer rates, get directions and find out what’s happening around you.
We’re also the first travel community that lets you take part in the sharing economy. At HallSt you will get paid for sharing your insider tips with us by creating your own city or event maps.
Some of the features that stood out to me:
- All events, hotels, restaurants on one master map
- Sell hotel reservations
- Sell spare hotel beds
- Endorsed by my favorite Trip Advisor
- Worldwide Locations
- Compare and book hotel, tickets to events
- Insider tips from those who are familiar with various cities
I would highly suggest you check out HallStreet for your travel needs. I think they offer some great options, and I love the maps idea. When you travel, you want to make things run as smoothly as possible, and HallStreet can assist you in this way.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. The company who sponsored this post has provided compensation to me for this article. Regardless, I only recommend products and/or services that I have personally used or feel will be of interest to my readers.
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