Last Updated on November 11, 2022 by Jonathan

save on a hotel

Introducing HotelSlash, a brand new site that offers an easier, faster way to save on a hotel.

Who in their right mind launches a travel business during a pandemic? Folks who know a thing or two about what travelers need during tough times.

You might say we are suckers for a challenge. We launched AutoSlash in 2010, just as the country was just beginning to come out of the Great Recession. Money was tight for a lot of folks, but we thought it was the perfect time to help travelers get the best possible deal on car rentals. Over the next 10 years, we helped our customers save more than $50 million.

A New Way to Save on Travel

Now we’re launching HotelSlash with the aim to do for hotels what we did for car rentals — and we can think of no more perfect time to help travelers save money.

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, hotels have been under pressure like never before to offer travelers flexible booking terms. HotelSlash is exactly the right service to meet this moment. We are committed to helping you take advantage of these exceptional circumstances and help you get the best deal possible every time. 

How Does HotelSlash Work?

Just like car rental prices, hotel rates go up and down. The trick is to strike at the right time and lock in the lowest price.

That’s where HotelSlash comes in. HotelSlash offers insider wholesale hotel rates not available to the general public. 

How to Get Started

HotelSlash is currently in closed beta exclusively for AutoSlash customers. But we expect to launch to the general public in the coming months.

We’re currently offering early access exclusively for our customers and their friends. Once we launch to the general public, we’ll be charging a membership fee. But anyone who signs up now will always have free access to HotelSlash for life. As in forever.

Want to save on your next hotel stay without lifting a finger? Give us a try. We promise to make it worth your while.


Jonathan Weinberg
CEO of AutoSlash and HotelSlash