Three words to find your accommodation.
This month we have been adapting our systems to enable us to integrate what3words location technology into our core platforms. The purpose is to ease the arrival process for our guests wherever they are staying in the world. The what3words address will appear on our website and on all booking confirmations.
So many travellers struggle to find their accommodations when they are away. A recent study shows us that over half of travellers (52%) spent more than an hour getting lost on their last trip. ** But now, our guests will be able to find their accommodation so much faster. It will be easier – and most importantly, without getting lost. Leaving them with more time to enjoy a relaxing and comfortable stay.
What3words is an easy way to identify precise locations.
What3words is an easy way to identify precise locations. Every 3-meter square in the world has a unique combination of three words: a what3words address. Now, people can find the front entrance to any property or building using just three words.
Here is an example that could be useful for anyone staying in one of our serviced apartments in London over the festive season: is the exact what3words address for the Gold Gate entrance to Hyde Park Winter Wonderland this year. Enjoy!
Managing Director Phil Stapleton says;
“We are always looking for ways to enhance the customer experience. To make the arrival process as seamless as possible. Integrating what3words into our core business processes. This is a very clever way to promote easier, safer, and better travel for everyone. This partnership continues our main focus, to make booking serviced accommodation effortless and stress-free. This makes it easy for both the booker and business traveller. We are also delighted that visitors to our Devon HQ will now be able to find us more easily.”
We will be working closely with our suppliers and property operators. As a result, we will receive the correct what3words address loaded for every single location across our global network that now spans over 115 countries by the year-end.