Emaar Hospitality’s mobile app lets guests access services across hotels

The new app replaces all the earlier apps that were launched for Emaar’s individual hotels

Emaar hospitality group, Dubai, United arab emirates, Mobile Application

Emaar Hospitality group has launched a single mobile application to help guests access a range of services across all its properties.

According to officials, guests will be able to access everything from booking hotel rooms and restaurants to spas and other entertainment attractions. The application also has “has real-time connectivity with the properties”.

The new app replaces all the earlier ones that were “launched for individual hotel brands and leisure attractions under Emaar Hospitality Group”.

Talking about how this single app simplifies the guest experience, Chris Newman, Chief Operating Officer of Emaar Hospitality Group, said,  “Replacing all the other apps that we had launched years ago, this one further simplifies the user experience and serves as a single point source of information and to access various services. Guests from anywhere in the world can make informed decisions and plan every detail of the lifestyle choices they cherish across our hotels and leisure attractions.”

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