HotelQuickly Turns 3 With New Look and New Features

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For its 3rd anniversary last March 31st, last-minute booking app HotelQuickly unveiled a new image, revealing a brand with an upbeat, contemporary aesthetic.

The hotel booking app boosts the customers’ booking experience with new features, look and logo. It showcases a brighter color palette, a more streamlined booking flow and a bundle of new features. 

HotelQuickly replaced its ‘pillow’ icon with a ‘key’ logo, created by London-based brand consultancy Idea Is Everything. The key symbolizes the app’s ability to unlock dynamic discounts as well as more travel opportunities for its members.

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The release of the new  app coincides with an official rebranding and the relaunch of the HotelQuickly website.

The site looks great, but what makes it even better is its new features. The app now allows all users to make multi-room bookings, view all available offers by location via enhanced map functions. Users can also control price display settings to include or exclude taxes and HotelQuickly credit. These new features give more options to customers and make the booking process smoother.

And the most notable feature included in the latest release is HotelQuickly’s ‘Special Gift’ offers, a collaboration between HotelQuickly and its partner hotels. The gifts include free vouchers, token treats and value-added services such as airport transfers. These are rewards given by hotels to guests who book their stays through HotelQuickly. These perks will definitely add up to a satisfying customer experience.

“HotelQuickly exists to make spontaneous travel easier and more enjoyable,” said Tomas Laboutka, HotelQuickly Co-founder and CEO. “The app is a key for members to unlock not only the best hotel deals, but more pleasure and fulfillment in their everyday lives.”

HotelQuickly has expanded rapidly to partner with some 12,000 hotels and include more than 250 destinations over the past three years. Just last month, it added the 16th country to its roster with the acquisition of Tonight, a Japan-domestic booking app.

 

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