Travelzoo is a global Internet media company. With 27 million members in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific and 25 offices worldwide, Travelzoo publishes deals from more than 2,000 travel, entertainment and local businesses such as restaurants and spas.
Real Customer Reviews
alanba. posted on 3/2/2009
"A real find ! Signed up for their weekly '20 best of' and have to say there are some real bargains on there both in the UK and abroad offering any number of breaks one may not normally consider. Am off to Chicester in a few weeks - nice refurbed hotel in the old town for a pound a night !!"
James. posted on 7/26/2011
"Fantastic month-long holiday organised by these guys. Well worth the trip up to town to organise it all there and then. Girlfriend loved their after care service and they got us featured in BA's magazine. Can't rate them highly enough."
Nick M. posted on 3/20/2015
"Travelzoo looks like it was built with the same logo and branding managers as GoDaddy. Very' 80's ish and cluttered.
I pass over this site and check all of the other travel resources before coming to Travel Zoo"
Janet H. posted on 4/19/2015
"my son and daughter in law bought my partner a voucher as a Christmas gift for a Gin and tonic afternoon tea for two at The Old Palace hotel in Lincoln near the cathedral and castle. For one reason or another we have only just been able to use this after being told by the venue that their offer had been extended. We arrived a bit earlier than we had booked, and were shown straight to our table. The waitress was very pleasant. The food was tasty, choice of flavours of teas, and choice of flavour with gin and tonic. Surroundings very plush with view through big windows of the city. An enjoyable visit. We decided we will return sometime to stay at the hotel and to be able to have a look around the area. Well done Travel Zoo on choice of hotel."
Walter P. posted on 5/18/2015
"Why would anyone go to a site that has the word "zoo" in it. All it does is reminds me of how we (humans) are treated by the travel industry but especially the airlines. Bad enough that they treat us like animals, but why would I want to be reminded of it.
My other objection is that I've never, never, never found a bargain on "tz" (I don't even want to use the entire word). Where do they get their offers?
With so many other alternatives, how do they survive?"