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. For homeowners, it’s a proven way to generate supplementary income by offering travelers a home-away-from-home accommodation.
News on iStopOver Inc.
Berlin-based 9flats has decided to take on rival Airbnb via a North American expansion. First stop: Toronto. 9flats announced this week that it has acquired iStopOver, an online Canadian startup... more
If you're heading to Banff for the upcoming Banff Venture Forum on October 6th and 7th and can't afford to stay in the host Banff Springs Hotel, you'll want to check out iStopOver.com. Toronto's... more
Toronto-based startup iStopOver.com is in the news again this week with their new program called Deal of the Day. Starting September 1st, iStopOver will be discounting their booking fees on a... more
Are you a rugby fan? Toronto-based startup iStopOver, a leading provider of vacation rentals and short-term accommodation, is promoting their availability to house travelers in New Zealand for the... more
Today, Toronto-based iStopOver Inc., Canada’s leading provider of short term accommodation rentals announced it has acquired Vacapedia Inc., a one-stop-shop site for on-line travelers... more
Today, Toronto-based iStopOver.com announced a new feature on their website called Wise Ask!, which lets travelers identify the terms for their vacation rental needs and allows property... more
Leading up to February 2010, many Canadians were going online to Craigslist to find a place to stay in Vancouver for the Winter Olympics. However, renting from someone on Craigslist can be a... more