Hotel Reservation and Airline Ticket Agent
You will need to solve the following mysteries:
Print this worksheet to keep track of your research.
You will compare three hotels for your stay. You may want to stay in different hotels on different days of your trip if you travel to different cities, or if one is closer to an attraction your group will be visiting. You may also want to stay in one hotel the entire stay. The three hotels that you select from Fodors or Expedia will be written on the Hotel Reservation Worksheet. Choose a budget, a mid-range and a high priced hotel. The best hotel for each day will give you the most amenities for the least amount of money.
Consider the amenities offered at that hotel (Does is offer breakfast for free?)
Consider the price of the room and proximity to attractions and restaurants. (Does it offer a shuttle service to an attraction or event you want to visit?)
Consider that if you book a hotel room for four that is the total price. Before you enter the price on the Fantastic $40,000 Fantasy paper, you will need to divide the price by four, because the worksheet will automatically multiply the price by four.
Consider how long the flight will be including connections and layovers (changing from one plane to another). This is where you will need to use the world time zone map.
Consider traveling on different days of the week in order to find the best price.
Don’t forget to enter your top three choices on the Hotel Reservation and Airline Ticket Agent Worksheet. The very best choice will be entered on the Fantastic $40,000 Fantasy paper.
*If your group has money left over, see the Adventure and Attractions Agent.