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Hotels.com Releases New Apple TV App

  • Hotels.com
  • 01.12.17
Hotels.com® announced the release of its Apple TV® app which provides travel inspiration to help find destinations, activities and places to stay.

The Hotels.com Apple TV app has 600 different activities to choose from across hundreds of destinations. The activities featured range from extreme adventures and shopping destinations to relaxing spa retreats and cultural hotspots, including biking a canal route around Amsterdam or catching waves in Waikiki.
Each activity features a mini travel guide, high-definition images and recommendations on where to stay. Travelers are also offered tips on the best time of year to travel to each place and can save favorite destinations or hotels to come back to later. To book and start their trip, travelers can visit the Hotels.com website or book through the mobile and tablet app.
This Apple TV app is the latest innovation from Hotels.com, which has an award-winning mobile app and was one of the first online travel companies to launch a wearable app in 2015.
"We want travelers to use the app for inspiration, to give them new ideas on destinations to visit and activities to try. It's also perfect for group bookings, as friends and family can gather around the TV to choose their holiday together," said Daniel Craig, senior director of mobile at Hotels.com brand. "There is so much information available to today's travelers that we wanted our app to offer bitesize travel guides, be punchy, informative and visually engaging. We want to be with our customers every step of their travel journey, from helping them decide where to go, through to booking and in-stay support."
Travelers can go to Hotels.com to choose from hundreds of thousands of properties worldwide.

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