Campaign India Team
Oct 07, 2011

Hotels.com launches iPad app

The iPad app will be available for free

Hotels.com launches iPad app

Hotels.com, a hotel booking website, has launched a new iPad application available for free download.

The app is available in more than 30 languages and allows users to search and book 140,000 hotels around the world. They can choose from 20,000 last minute deals, browse more than 2.5 million user reviews and find last-minute bookings close to their location.

Users can flick through hotels, photos and reviews with one swipe, explore the interactive skyline with landmarks from around the world, make use of the powerful sort and filter tools and also save and manage their favourite hotels.
Commenting on the launch of the app, Johan Svanstrom, managing director, Hotels.com Asia Pacific, said, “We are very excited about the launch of the new Hotels.com iPad app which takes advantage of all the great usability functionality that Apple offers to help travellers find the right hotel quickly and easily.”  
“We launched our two mobile apps in April and well over 1.5 million have already been downloaded worldwide. We expect this new iPad app to be just as popular with our customers looking to search, compare and book hotels on-the-go”, added Svanstrom.

The Hotels.com iPad app can be downloaded via this link.
 

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Campaign India

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