Like all things Google, Hotel Finder’s user-end layout is minimalistic and easy on the eyes. There’s no clutter or an overwhelming amount of options; instead it’s sparse and clearly points you in the right direction. Most results immediately pull up a photograph of the hotel, which are generally eye-catching images (with the exception of a few cheesy brochure-type shots here and there). Kayak is a more veteran site, and one with a variety of travel services, so it isn’t entirely surprising that it is fairly text heavy. Even still, it’s not as easy on the eyes as Hotel Finder, and requires a little more clicking as well. For instance, you choose what sites Kayak pulls hotel options from for comparison purposes, which you don’t with Hotel Finder. Bing’s hotel finder is actually fairly reminiscent of Google’s, it just looks like a more crowded version. It has a variety of other services you can compare its findings to, which lie on the right hand side. There is a ton of white space on the Bing site, so everything feels sort of squished to the left, but results feature high-quality photos and a helpful amount of information. Get the full story at Digital Trends