Frasers Hospitality launches new mobile website

Frasers Hospitality launches new mobile website

Travellers on-the-go will now be able to make reservations at any of Frasers Hospitality Gold-Standard serviced apartments worldwide via their smartphones anytime, anywhere, with the launch of the group’s new mobile-optimised website.

User friendly with easy scrolling for efficient browsing, Frasers’ mobile website allows travellers instant access to check on accommodation availability and modify bookings as well as property information, special offers and promotions.

Residents also have the added convenience of being able to connect directly with individual properties through the click-to-call function as well as one-touch access to Fraser World.

In line with this focus to further enhance the mobile experience of its business and leisure travellers, Frasers has also announced today that complimentary high-speed wireless internet access across all its properties worldwide will now be offered, allowing residents to enjoy seamless connection anywhere in the vicinity of its properties throughout the duration of their stay.

Choe Peng Sum, chief executive, Frasers Hospitality said: “The ability to access information immediately and complete tasks while on the go has become such an essential part our lives today.

“Nearly three in four business travellers own a smartphone1 and there will continue to be an increase in mobile travel research by 30 to 43 per cent according to a forecast by Google.

“This new initiative is part of our ongoing effort to enhance the Frasers experience and provide our tech-forward residents with the convenience and efficiency they have become accustomed to.”

Available on all smartphones with HTML5 specifications such as the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry Torch, the mobile website provides easy access to the group’s social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, Weibo and YouTube.

Frasers Hospitality current portfolio, including those in the pipeline, stands at 76 properties in 41 key gateway cities and more than 12,300 apartments worldwide.