Route planner for multiple stops: find hotels for longer trips
Sometimes route planners just don’t have multiple stops included, most only have one or two. When you use our route planner, however, we give you a lot of options. You can have up to 4 overlays, because we get that sometimes you need to stop more than two times on a long trip. A route planner, multiple stops included or not, will show you not only the best route to get to your destination, but also where the best hotels are along your route.
Multiple stops means more rest for you
A well-rested, relaxed driver is a happy driver. Don’t let fatigue influence your behavior on the road; make sure you rest up as often as you need. There’s no shame in taking an extra stop or so, you need to take care of yourself! That’s why we’ve made it super easy to use our route planner- multiple stops included. Take that extra night in a hotel to arrive at your destination well-rested.
Keep an eye on how much you spend
There are people that have a plan for everything, including a vacation or road trip. That’s not necessarily bad, because that’s how you keep the costs in check. If you’re a spontaneous spender, try looking into planning your hotels ahead of time, so you’ll at least stick to one particular route. You can use our route planner (multiple stops are an option!) to figure out your route and book hotels along it, so you can rest up while you’re on the go.
How does it work?
After reading, you might be asking yourself, “How does it work?” Well, it’s pretty simple, really. You fill in where you’re traveling from and to, how long you’re willing to drive for, and how many layover stops you wish to make. We’ll input this data to then return information about hotels along your route right back to you.
I will be driving from chicago, il to hayward, ca. We are willing to drive close enough to cheyenne, wy (stay overnight), drive to reno (stay over night).