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Gezi Hotels Discount Codes and Coupons October 2017

It’s great to read the customer reviews of a hotel before you book it, though this often means visiting a few websites. So check out reviews here and get Gezi hotels discount codes.

Headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey, Gezi is an online hotel reviewing and booking website that has been finding people the best rooms for more than 15 years. They have thousands of hotels all over the world in their database and offer great deals with discounts and coupons.

Gezi discount codes and coupons

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Up to 10% off Australia and New Zealand flights

Valid for bookings made 20 days in advance in economy, premium economy and business until 31 December.

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Up to 50% off Bali tours and activities

Sample discounts include 50% off white water rafting, 35% off Nusa Dua Theater, 25% off a snorkelling tour to Nusa Lembongan. Select deals valid on public holidays.

Up to 30% off last-minute Europe tours

Book a range of last-minute Contiki tours, from week long jaunts to month long journeys, to destinations like Italy, France, Germany, Greece and more for up to 30% off.


How do I use my get the best deal with Gezi?

Gezi is a bit different than some other travel booking sites, but in a great way.

Instead of taking bookings directly, they’ll give you a range of different online travel agencies to choose from and the prices they offer.
For example, after entering your preferred city and stay dates, you’ll be brought to a screen that lists out the available options. It should look a bit like this:

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On the right side of the page, you’ll be able to see a list of the different sites where you can book the hotel. The site with the lowest price will appear at the top for your convenience.

Simply click “view deal” and you’ll be redirected to that site where you can make the booking.

Gezi Review | Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Worldwide reviews on thousands of hotels
  • Check out some of the world’s top travel broker’s deals all in one place
  • No need to compare multiple websites, Gezi does it for you

Cons

  • Bookings are made with third parties, so no consistent terms and conditions are available

How do I make a Gezi booking?

Visit the Gezi website through any of the links provided. When there, you can search for your destination city, and input your dates. You will then show a list of available hotels and deals available.

Click on any deal to be taken the booking page for that deal.


What forms of payment does Gezi accept?

Bookings are made through third party websites, which will each accept different types of payment, and so Gezi itself doesn’t take payment.

As long as you have a major credit card or two though, you should be fine.


What is the Gezi cancellation policy?

Because you don’t make your hotel booking through Gezi, but are redirected to third party sites, the cancellation policy will change for each booking. You’re advised to check the policies of whichever site you are redirected to in order to get a full understanding of your terms and conditions.

Alex Keshen

Alex takes care of the travel section here at finder.com.au. If there's a new sale on tours or cruises, discounted flights or hotels, or anything else that can be on offer, she'll fill you in.

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