Make a budget
Making a budget will help you figure out what kind of hotel you should stay in. Since it is usually price that helps you get a good or bad hotel room, you are advised to allocate enough money for accommodation. Though there are several good options at your disposal even if you are on a tight budget, spending a good amount of money is bound save you a lot of inconvenience.
List your preferred amenities
Amenities in a hotel room are one of the most important factors that will help you make the right decision. If you are not on a tight budget, you can try looking for a hotel that provides multiple features and special packages for to its guests. If you are on a tight budget, you can go for a no-frills, simple accommodation that does not eat into your traveling budget.
Get in touch with the front desk person
If you are planning to stay in small, no-frills hotels, getting in touch with a front desk official will save you a lot of inconvenience. People at the front desks are the ones that know about the best rooms and messy ones. Almost every small hotel has a category of rooms, though the practice is unofficial. Small hotel management typically keep certain rooms super clean and spruced up for special guests. If you contact the front desk before actually booking a room, things will get easier for you. You can negotiate a better option with the them and get the best deal for your money.
Read online reviews
Online reviews can really help you find a good hotel room. No matter what city or country you are planning to go, you can find dozens of online travel guides on the Internet where you can read reviews on hotels. Online reviews tell you people’s personal experience and room service is often the hot subject.