Previously, Hopper users who secured plane tickets then had to use a hotel booking app like Kayak to find accommodations. But Hopper is hoping to become a one-stop shop for travel. Drawing upon pricing data and customer reviews, Hopper will recommend whether to book a hotel or to wait for the price to drop, similar to how it works with plane tickets. Using the same color-coded calendar, with red for expensive, yellow for moderate, and green for cheapest, Hopper lets users view which dates are more costly than others. The hotels feature also includes neighborhood markers to show where a hotel will be located, and a few words on what kind of a vibe you can expect from the surroundings, such as “Rooms are small, but well-designed and high-tech.” Eventually, through machine learning, Hopper hopes the app will be able to give personalized recommendations of which hotel to stay at. Get the full story at TechCrunch and Hopper