2018 will be the 49th edition of the World ATP Finals in the English capital of London. The week-long event takes place at the iconic O2 Arena.
The finals are the season-ending event for the highest-ranked singles players and doubles teams on the 2018 ATP World Tour.
The eight players are split into two groups and compete on indoor hard courts; the tournament is played in a round-robin format – where each player plays all the other players in their group.
Winners of their groups will play the runners-up of the other groups in a knockout match – the doubles tournament also has the same format.
The likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Juan Martin Del Potro and Kyle Edmund will be competing at the O2, making the event a must-see for all those who love the sport.
Don’t Miss out Because of Busy Hotels!
London is a very popular tourist destination and although it is filled with fantastic hotels, it’s often very difficult to find a hotel stay that satisfies your needs.
That’s where Nightly.travel can help! We offer hotel switching, where you stay in 2 hotels instead of 1 for your stay – saving you money in the process.
Switching not only saves you as much as 70% on your stay but it also unlocks more availability for your stay – which is perfect for visiting events in major cities, such as the ATP Finals in London.
How Switching Works
Switching’s benefits are made possible because of the ways hotels price their nights. Hotels price their rooms on a nightly basis, meaning that some nights are cheaper than others. Switching allows you to take advantage of this and stay in one hotel for its cheap nights and then move to another when your original hotel’s price increases – it’s that simple.
This is also how it works with availability. Switching means you can make the most of hotels that have rooms only available for part of your stay – make the unavailable available.
Nightly.travel do the Work for You!
Switching isn’t an entirely new concept in the travel industry, but Nightly.travel are. We’re the first site to offer hotel switching deals – our algorithm does all the hard work, so you don’t have to.
Switching, also known as a split stay, has been done manually by many people in the past, however, this hasn’t always guaranteed them the best possible deal/hotel combination.
Our unique algoruthm searches through our database of over 59,000 hotels in over 180 countries to find the best hotel switch based on your search requirements.
Switching at the ATP Finals
Although already a concept, switching will be new to 90% of you reading this post, therefore, we’ve made it as easy as possible to book your London switch.
Our wonderful tech team have created a page dedicated to the ATP Finals that only requires you to enter the number of you needing accommodation – the page has filled in the rest!