Partial view of the living room in our gorgeous rental (also a bedroom, kitchen, conservatory for dining, and bathroom) in Fussen, Germany, for roughly €99 a night.
Stephanie Rosenbloom, travel writer forThe New York Times, wrote on February 10, about all the vacation rental sites available on the web. She concluded the article by mentioning a new site called alltherooms.com which serves the same purpose as hotel room listing programs; if you need an apartment, you can check all the vacation rentals at one site.
The co-founder and CEO, Joseph DiTomaso, commented on Rosenbloom's article:
I am the co-founder and CEO ofalltherooms.com - Stephanie thank you for writing about us. Alltherooms.com
is the world's largest accommodation search engine with over 3.5MM
accommodations all across the planet (think Google, but for
accommodations). We are the only site whose mission it is to aggregate
every room on the planet - and the only site that combines hotels (like
Booking.com, Expedia and Hotels.com) with vacation rentals (like Airbnb,
HouseTrip and VRBO), secret deals (like Hotwire, Priceline Express and
LastminuteTravel), and all other types of accommodations (Couchsurfing,
Jetsetter and Groupon Travel).
Our goal is to save you time and
money, by combining absolutely every room on the planet into one well
designed and incredibility fast search engine.
While I still prefer to perform my final search on a site like Homeaway.com where I can use many filters to narrow my selection, All the Rooms gives an overvie (although it seems weighted toward Airbnb) which is a helpful first step.