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HotelTonight offers deeper discounts at some L.A. hotels, but only if you’re in the right spot

NOVEMBER 16, 2015. LOS ANGELES, CA. The Ritz-Carlton/J.W.Marriott hotel and the Luxe Hotel, both
Hotels near LA Live will be more deeply discounted for HotelTonight mobile app users who attend events at the downtown L.A. site.
(Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)

Last-minute hotel booking app HotelTonight is offering cheaper room prices to some Los Angeles users starting Friday. The company is partnering with sports and entertainment giant AEG to offer deeper hotel discounts to people attending an LA Live event in downtown L.A. or an L.A. Galaxy soccer game in Carson.

GeoRates, as the company calls them, are prices posted on the app based on your mobile phone location.

For example, L.A. Live event attendees who use the app will see GeoRates for Luxe City Center Hotel at 1020 S Figueroa St. or the Line Hotel at 3515 Wilshire Blvd.

HotelTonight users at LA Live or the StubHub Center will see GeoRates when they open the app.
HotelTonight users at LA Live or the StubHub Center will see GeoRates when they open the app.
(HotelTonight)
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If users are at the StubHub Center, they’ll see cheaper room prices at hotels such as the Shade Hotel at 655 N. Harbor Drive in Redondo Beach.

HotelTonight location-based users save about 20% on the app’s already discounted rates, a company statement said.

GeoRates at AEG sites will be offered until Sept. 6, but you’ll find them pop up at other spots in the city.

HotelTonight’s app is free to download. Users can book discounted hotel rooms in selected cities in the U.S. and abroad. Users can make a same-day booking or reserve rooms up to seven days in advance.

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