Guys, can I ask you about hotels? AirNav used to have hotel reservations on the site. At some point, the partner we were using got bought out by Expedia, and started pushing only Expedia rates, which tended to be the "buy-now non-refundable" type that does not fit our lifestyles, and also did not allow pilots to earn hotel points. So we dumped the partner and rebuilt hotel reservations from scratch. We now offer all the rates offered by the hotel to the public, from the most restrictive to the most flexible. Also, at hotels that give points, our rates allow you to earn points and to have your elite status recognized by the hotel. We also added some aviation-friendly features, such as FBO recommendations of hotels (FBOs tend to know better what the local hotels pilots like), driving distances from each FBO (road distance from the FBO, not crow-flies distance from the center of the runway), the ability to share your reservation with the FBO (giving FBO visibility into where you are staying, so that they can coordinate transport to hotel or know where to find you it there is a problem), and the ability to book at FBO negotiated rates. So, my question to you is... do these features sound appealing? Have you tried booking a hotel on AirNav in 2018? If so, what did you like / not like about the experience? If not, why not, and how are you booking your hotels today? We hope these features are helpful to pilots, but want to hear your ideas on how to make this the best hotel booking experience for general aviation. Thanks in advance or any input you may share.