TripAdvisor launches video service

08 February 2007 by
TripAdvisor launches video service

Travel review website TripAdvisor has launched a new service enabling members to publish videos.

The new service allows members to upload videos in four categories including destination, hotel, attraction and restaurant.

The maximum size of each video file is 100 MB.

Previously TripAdvisor only hosted written entries from members of the general public.

TripAdvisor recently named and shamed the UK's dirtiest hotels based on user rankings, with four of the top 10 belonging to Britannia Hotels.

Britannia Stockport hotel had the dubious honour of being named the worst UK hotel in the survey, while the group's Europa Gatwick hotel in Crawley was fourth.

The group's Country House Hotel in Didsbury and Airport hotel in Northenden, Manchester, came in at number nine and 10 respectively.

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By Kerstin Kühn

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