For a partial search by list, go to: Top 200 Cities.
For a non-Flash version of the whole directory without advanced features, go to:
>Do I have to register or pay a fee to use this site?
>How do I contact a hotel?
>Do the hotels pay to be listed?
>What is the difference between the hotels at the top and the ones below?
>Why does this site feel so different from other sites?
>Are languages other than English supported?
>How do I locate a hotel if I know the city where it is?
>How do I locate a hotel if I know only part of its name?
>How do I locate a hotel by chain?
>How do I change my current location?
>How do I go back?
>How do I use the 'My Hotels' option?
>How do I use the Power Search Tools?
>What does it mean when the GO button appears above the criteria categories in the Power Search Tools area?
>Do I need a plug-in to use this directory?
>What does it mean if the directory does not open?
> How do I use the Power Search Tools?
Although hidden at first, the Power Search Tools on the left will open when you start viewing hotels or you can open it manually by clicking the triangle.
In addition to the Hotel Name Search and Show Chains discussed in the Navigation questions and the My Hotels button discussed in the Advanced questions, the Power Seach Tools give many other criteria to finesse your search. The current location is also displayed.
Divided into categories like Stars, Price Range, Style, Type, Proximity and Amenities, this section offers some 60 or more criteria with which to narrow your search.
Open any category and pick which criteria by which you want to limit your search. By default, ANY is selected which is the same as selecting all the criteria in a category. Clicking ANY will also clears any selections you have made.
Only one category opens at a time. Any selected criteria are shown even when closed. Use the scroll bar to move up and down the list.
Selecting the box for any criteria acts as a toggle; in other words, it will turn on or off the selection. Holding down shift as you select will turn off all other selections so only one at a time will display.