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Save on London sightseeing with guaranteed exchange rate
Published: Friday 28th of August 2009
The Landmark London Hotel is offering travellers a guaranteed exchange rate, making sightseeing in London more affordable.
It will be valid until April 30th 2010 and gives people the chance to secure their rate at the time of booking.
Guests will pay the fixed exchange rate when they checkout, providing them with the opportunity to enjoy breakfast at the five-star hotel at the best available rate on the day.
If the rate is less favourable when the guest goes to check out, it will be altered slightly to be of benefit to the customer.
"As soon as the reservation is made, they will know exactly what they will be paying, even if they have reserved months ahead of their travel dates," commented Claudia Roth, vice-president in EMEA for the Leading Hotels of the World.
FairFX.com recently revealed that 51 per cent of people are willing to pay for something, but only if providers are upfront about the costs.
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Written by Jessica Martin
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