A hotel booking website is offering lower rates for accommodation in Finland as part of a push to cut costs.
Kukla Hotel Booking is one of several hotels booking websites that offer lower rates on accommodation in the Nordic country, a Nordic country that is seeing a surge in demand due to a growing number of migrants.
The company, which also sells accommodation in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Iceland, has been trying to cut its costs and cut costs of booking accommodation, according to the company’s chief executive, Jari Sääbök.
It’s not a new phenomenon for the company.
Its competitors have been using similar strategies in recent years.
Last year, a group of major hotels including Hilton, Kona, Jönköping and HVAC giant Hvälls merged and became one hotel booking service.
However, Kuklas is the first Finnish hotel booking firm to start offering the same deals for accommodation as its competitors.
Säädek said the company would increase the rate for accommodation it offers in the coming months.
The company has already lowered its rate to 50 per cent from 80 per cent.
However, he stressed that the company has been working hard to cut the cost of accommodation, and to make accommodation more affordable, adding that the aim is to cut cost in half by 2020.
“We’re going to reduce our expenses in this regard.
We’ve already reduced the amount of work we do to the lowest level,” he said.
“We’re not going to change the way we operate.
It’s only a matter of time.”
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