For Hilton this is an official feat of their booking site. Select a hotel, a room type and a rate, click "change dates" and you'll arrive here: check the button "Use flexible dates" and you can see the best rate and scroll back and forth by as much as you want. Still, a bit of logic will allow you to predict which dates are the best and then you'll just need to verify that your assumptions are right. Therefore the above quote seems likely to either be a lie, or a now discontinued feature. Most of those have a table of prices for the same vacation on different weeks or months. One notable example is a site called MightyTravels, which, in an article about this exact problem , makes an interesting claim at the bottom: Did you know — with Mighty Travels Premium you can search days of hotel rates sorted by deal price or savings off the average rate. You know get a month-long view of prices for stays beginning on every date, and can easily step backward or forward a month. The method is not perfect, here are the catches: You have to find the place you are looking for on the site.