Google launches search tool hotel room price data

Hotel Finder Google has launched an experimental search tool, which allows the user to define the key housing preferences in the hope of finding the perfect hotel for your travel needs.
Users input their preferred location, dates, prices and details, and the Finder hotel offers their key recommendations in a list or on a Google Map. At the moment only available in the U.S.

This is how Google aims to improve the hotel with this hunting tool:

Find the perfect place. If you're not local, can be difficult to determine in which area of ​​a city must remain inside the hotel search highlights the popular areas of the map results. Google calls this the "tourist center" and is used to determine an optimal zone for you to stay in shape in this area can be adjusted to focus on a smaller area. This is useful if you have a difficult destination in mind, such as along the Hudson River or near Times Square.
Doing good business: Users can choose a price range to search within, and compare the historical price data of the hotel on the current trading price. Clicking on one will cost hotel room at night and how it compares to the previous prices. Google calculates what percentage of the cost is above or below normal. Bargain hunters, start your engines.
Comparing hotels: Hotel Finder simplifies comparative shopping. When users click on a hotel, all the details of your pop-up, including photos, comments, Google Sites, prices and other information. Quickly flip through the results by using keyboard shortcuts ("J" and "K") within the list view - a feature also found in Google Reader and Google News.
Make a list: Users can create a list of hotels that would like to compare more. These results are marked with a red dot in the view Google Maps, and appear at the top of the page in the list view.
Click the "BOOK" button in any view and a list of external options are displayed. Clicking a backup option that stops at the site - such as Priceline or Expedia - in a new tab.