Paisley is a popular destination that gives travelers a chance to experience beautiful and historical areas. However, as with any trip, sometimes things do not go as planned. In fact, with travel, there will always be some plans that do not work out.

Sadly, sometimes for reasons beyond one’s control, an entire trip must be cancelled. If a traveler finds him or herself in this situation, it can be devastating emotionally and financially. If someone had planned to stay with family or friends, a cancelled trip is not as expensive, however, that is rarely the case.


The more common scenario is that consumers are forced to cancel expensive hotel reservations. Typically hotel reservations are nonrefundable. Fortunately, there is a company that offers a chance to sell your hotel room in Paisley.

The company is Roomer at Thanks to Roomer, there is a way to make the most out of an unfortunate situation and save a lot of money. The following summarizes how the process works.

How to sell your room on Roomer?
If you ever find yourself in the frustrating situation of cancelling a nonrefundable hotel room in Paisley, rather than panic, simply visit Once on the site, you enter basic information about your reservation and you become a “seller” on the site.

The seller chooses a price at which to sell his or her room. It is typically recommended to offer a discount on the room to ensure it sells. A good guideline is to discount the room’s price 30-50% to sell the room in a quick manner. Roomer provides pictures and other information about the hotel for potential buyers.



The buyers are travelers looking for a deal on hotel rooms, which makes a discounted price appealing to them.

No logistics needed

Roomer then handles the logistics of the purchase of the reservation from the seller to the buyer. This gives the seller one last thing to worry about in what could otherwise be an even more stressful situation.

Once a buyer wishes to buy a hotel room from a seller, Roomer handles all the paperwork with the hotel, such as the changing the name on the reservation and works with the hotel to ensure everything is ready for the buyer.


Payment to the buyer is handled through the company’s secure payment platform. Ten days after checkout the buyer is paid directly from this platform. The process is easy and safe for both the buyer and the seller.

The brilliance of this site is that both the seller and buyer end up saving money. If you have decided to sell your hotel room through this process, you end up recouping significant funds that would have otherwise been lost forever.

Buyer’s dream deal
Meanwhile, the buyer gets a more affordable hotel room than would have otherwise been possible for him or her. Thanks to Roomer handling the tricky logistics, the process is easy for both the buyer and seller.

The company even has customer service representative to help parties with any questions that arise. The secure payment system makes the process of buying and selling much safer than attempting to sell or buy a reservation privately.


All the communication with the hotel and confirmation for the buyer is handled through Roomer and the seller need not worry about these steps. The seller need only put forth minimal effort and Roomer Travel handles everything else.

If you ever have to cancel your trip to Paisley, you probably have several issues on your mind. Luckily, if you have nonrefundable reservations you can sell your hotel room through Roomer.

Through the innovations of the site, a seller simply provides some very basic information, then just waits for a buyer to come along. Roomer does all the hard work.

It’s a win-win situation

because the buyer often gets a great deal on a last-minute room. Hopefully you never find yourself having to sell your hotel room in Paisley.

If you do find yourself in this situation, however, offers more than just a way to sell a hotel room.

The company makes the process easy, safe, and cost effective for everyone involved. Thanks to the innovation of Roomer, a non-refundable cancellation is one last stress for a traveler.


Glasgow Airport puts health & safety in the frame

Glasgow Airport is putting health & safety firmly in the frame with the launch of a new initiative which will highlight the importance of maintaining a safe working environment.

As part of its Safety First campaign, Glasgow Airport’s assurance team has produced a DVD which demonstrates the very real risks of ignoring potential hazards. The DVD will be rolled out to the 4,500 people who currently work on the airport campus and will encourage staff to challenge or report anything they believe to be unsafe.

The Safety First campaign is the latest in a long line of initiatives undertaken by the airport which has received a host of awards for its excellent health & safety performance. In 2012, it received a Healthy Working Lives Gold Award, an International Safety Award, and a Gold award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

Gillies Crichton, head of assurance at Glasgow Airport, said: “The health and safety of our customers and staff has always been our number one priority and whilst we are extremely proud of our track record in safety, it is important we do not rest on our laurels. We have a well framed and well managed health and safety policy which has improved performance levels across the business and our Safety First campaign will help us to build on this.

“We want everyone who visits or works at the airport to be safe. Not only will our DVD promote good working practices, it will hopefully embed a safety culture whereby every member of staff has the confidence to take preventative action and reduce the risk of accidents.”

George Adam MSP for Paisley added: “Glasgow Airport continues to be a beacon for best practice.  I think most people in Renfrewshire are aware of the way those employed by the airport go about their business, in the most professional way.  This new safety campaign continues the good work that has won the airport so many safety awards over the years.”

Almost 790,000 people travelled through Glasgow Airport in July 2012 meaning passenger traffic during the month was broadly in line with the same period last year.

Demand for long haul and EU scheduled travel continued to rise, with the number of passengers using these services up nearly 20% on July 2011. Emirates, and easyJet all reported year-on-year growth for the month.

Overall passenger traffic was down 0.5% against July 2011 as a result of the school holidays starting in late June this year instead of early July. This shortfall equates to 3,700 passengers.

Over the course of June and July, the two main summer months, Glasgow Airport handled more than 1.5 million passengers. This represents an increase of nearly 30,000 passengers on the same two months in 2011.

Amanda McMillan, managing director of Glasgow Airport, said: “We have had a great summer so far and it’s very pleasing to have handled nearly 30,000 more passengers than last year. July’s year-on-year shortfall is only part of the story and directly attributable to the fact that the first weekend of the school holidays fell in June this year.

“The recent introduction of a number of new routes, including Emirates’ second daily service to Dubai and Sunwing Airline’s twice weekly service to Toronto, ensured demand for long-haul travel from Glasgow Airport remained strong during July, which was very encouraging.

“Expanding our route network will always be a priority but the continued economic uncertainty means it is extremely challenging to do so, especially as we enter the traditionally tougher winter months.”