Vida Downtown Dubai launches mobile app

Mobile application available to download on iOS and Android will offer an immersive guest experience

Hotel aims to target tech savvy guests with app-only offers.
Hotel aims to target tech savvy guests with app-only offers.

Vida Downtown Dubai has launched a smartdevice app that accentuates guest experience by pushing out exclusive offers to its users.

In a bid to appeal to new generation travellers and millennials, the app brings several value-added features for guests and app-only benefits for users.

The Vida Downtown Dubai app offers access for guests to explore an array of amenities at the hotel that includes making restaurant reservations.

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It can also be used to explore and book leisure excursions in Dubai, booking vehicles for their use and gain information on the food and beverage promotions at the hotel.

The app also includes an offline map that enables guests to traverse their way around the city without using roaming data, while iBeacon, a low energy device that interacts with the smartphone, delivers personalised messages to guests through push notifications.

The app is available for free on the iOS App Store as well as on Google Play store for Android smart devices.

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