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Finding the Best Deals on Airport Hotel and Parking

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Looking for the best deal on airport hotel park and fly packages can be time consuming and a little frustrating, I didn’t know quite how much til I was trying to help my dad with an upcoming trip.

He needed more than the usual 7-14 day allowance and many hotels don’t post the price per extra day on their websites. He also wanted to overnight on his return rather than his outbound, which means the extra step of calling the hotel to confirm the parking dates. After about 20 minutes of research and a dozen tabs open, I was overwhelmed. Surely someone had come up with a way to search just for park n fly options.

Enter ParkSleepFly.com.

You choose your airport and your dates and they’ll show you a bunch of options.

What I love about ParkSleepFly

Park Sleep Fly Airport Hotel and Parking home page

You can…

  • Indicate whether you’re stay is at the beginning, the end, or both sides of your trip without calling the hotel (I hate the phone!).
  • Compare hotel rates
  • Compare length of free parking (some hotels even offer longer periods of free parking through this site)
  • See the price for additional parking dayspark sleep fly parking package lengths

Based on my research, ParkSleepFly sometimes offers the hotel’s parking package for less, saving quite a bit of money. The Homewood Suites by Dulles offers a room with 7 days of parking for $106 on ParkSleepFly. The parking package on the Hilton website with 10 days of parking was $154.

homewood suites dulles parking rate

What isn’t ideal

  • Booking through a third party site means any hotel status is unlikely to apply and you won’t earn points or stays. So gauge your savings accordingly.
  • Not all hotels are listed. ParkSleepFly does offer quite a few options, but not all. If you have a hotel in mind that’s not listed, you’ll want to research separately.
  • Limited room options. To get the low rates at some hotels you might be stuck with one room type or a room type assigned at check-in.

They currently offer options at 105 US Airport locations, a handful in Canada and Europe, Hanoi, and Quito.

I think it’s still worth doing your homework when looking for the best deal, but this site is a great place to start your park n fly search!

 

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1 Comment

  1. Lee @ BaldThoughts

    March 8, 2017 at 3:45 pm

    Thanks for sharing. I hadn’t heard of this site before. Would be a great way to save on longer trips if the hotel price is cheaper than daily parking rates!

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