The Suitest was launched by a former quantitative finance analyst at Goldman Sachs back in August, and it provides a whole new approach to finding travel accommodations. Here’s how it works: The site’s super-powered statistics engine crunches over a billion data points to determine the fair value of each room on any set of nights and suggests how much should you pay—measuring the size, amenities, view and hotel quality of tens of thousands of room-types, and more.
Just start typing and their quick search will find the hotel before you can finish the name. Eay as that. There’s also a “Hotel Time Machine” component that crunches past prices of each room to give you a sneak peek of future rates and availability to see if you should book now or wait.
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