launches a new Wise Ask! feature that lets you travel like a rock star

by Andrea Wahbe | Startups

Today, Toronto-based announced a new feature on their website called Wise Ask!, which lets travelers identify the terms for their vacation rental needs and allows property owners and rental hosts to respond with their availability and price bids.

“Our new ‘Wise Ask!’ feature lets people connect with multiple hosts at one time, allowing them to find that perfect match quickly and easily,” said Anthony Lipschitz, CEO and co-founder of “iStopOver is a place for like-minded people to connect, no matter how quirky the request or preference.”

According to iStopOver, their hosts are known for offering unique amenities and extras that go beyond traditional hotel accommodations – things like BBQ grills on the balcony, pink cotton linen sheets, and Starbucks French Roast coffee beans in the pantry.

Here’s how the new Wise Ask! service works:

  1. Go to and click on the “Wise Ask!” button. 
  2. Enter your specific requests (i.e. kosher food in the fridge, or a 5-pound bag of Purina Dog Chow in the pantry).
  3. Listen to offers from hosts that meet your requests and bid on your business.
  4. Enjoy your personally-customized accommodations for a most excellent vacation.

So, go ahead and make some diva-like demands for your next vacation. There's an host who just might make your wish for a dozen Krispy Kreme donuts upon arrival come true!

iStopOver Inc.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The iStopOver service connects homeowners who have spare rooms or entire homes, condos, villas or apartments to rent with travelers seeking affordable overnight or short-term accommodations. iStopOver is ideal for vacation or business travelers looking to slash travel costs, and for people attending major sporting or cultural events where hotel prices skyrocket and room availability is limited.... more

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Andrea Wahbe

Andrea Wahbe

Andrea Wahbe is a freelance B2B marketing strategist and corporate storyteller who has contributed to the growth of online media businesses in Canada, such as AOL and Google. By day, Andrea writes about digital media and marketing trends and tips for Canadian startups and SMEs. By night, she’s an analog book reader, master swimmer and experimental chef.  more

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