Popular US Spring Break Hotels, Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts, Join Global Hotel Exchange

March 20, 2012

Worldwide travelers will find some of the finest hotels in the world faster and easier when Global Hotel Exchange (GHX) premieres a set of industry-defining customer-first features this March. The company revealed today signing up five outstanding, family-friendly hotels of the Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts group, including Grand Shores Ocean Resort, Prince Resort at the Cherry Grove Pier, Seaside Resort, and the Avista Resort.

In addition to offering superb accommodations and flawless customer service, these resorts are located at three of the most popular areas of the Grand Strand, giving travelers easy access to the best Myrtle Beach has to offer: 60 miles of wide, soft sandy beaches, entertainment, family-friendly dining, amusement parks, water sports, world-class shopping, fishing, the best golf courses in the south, and so much more.

“Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts’ properties are amongst the most popular and entertaining hotels along the Grand Strand. These outstanding, family-friendly accommodations offer visitors to one of America’s best seaside playgrounds, uncompromising value and hospitality.” added Global Hotel Exchange CEO and Founder Thomas Magnuson. ” Global Hotel Exchange was designed to promote these traits. Even more, as our name suggests, Global Hotel Exchange is about promoting hotels all over the world, providing hotel owners a worldwide distribution channel at no cost.”

Unlike most OTAs (online travel agencies), GHX charges no merchant discounts, commissions or distribution fees of any kind to hotels. Global Hotel Exchange does not collect any funds from the hotel. Total room rate, taxes and all other charges are collected at checkout by the hotel. Global Hotel Exchange sends complete reservation data upon booking with full details necessary to hold each room. For travelers, Global Hotel Exchange eliminates corporate travel pains such as pre-travel credit card blocking, prepaid room fees and inflexible cancelation policies. The traveler will only pay hotel fees upon arrival at the hotel. The whole purpose of Global Hotel Exchange is to facilitate a direct dialogue between guests and hotels, thus removing the impersonal middleman.

About Global Hotel Exchange:

Global Hotel Exchange (GHX) is a new worldwide trading platform going live in March 2012 across internet, mobile and social networks, GHX is a consumer booking platform that will provide ‘market based pricing,’ a simple, fast and transparent way to book a room at a fair market price. There are no merchant discounts, commissions or distribution fees of any kind to hotels. Hotels will regain control their own rates and allocations via security extranet. For more information, visit globalhotelexchange.com, or find GHX on Google+ and Twitter @GHXchange