A booking app for Filipinos, by Filipinos
Old traveling habits died down when the pandemic started, and now that we’re living under the “new normal,” Millennials and Gen Zs are trying to make up for the “lost time” and exploring booking app after booking app. Years of being cooped indoors and isolated from your loved ones have likely led to cabin fever.
Planning for your so-called “revenge travel” can be exciting. The term was first used on the internet during the peak of the pandemic when plans got canceled and the situation got more serious. It usually refers to traveling again to make up for lost time and for getting back at COVID-19, the major reason for disrupting planned trips and activities.
Let the journey begin
Planning may sometimes feel overwhelming—booking flights to finding accommodation can be tedious. But you can lessen your worries by trying out the newest game-changer in the hospitality industry.
Both local and foreign tourists are in for a treat as the first-ever Filipino-owned booking app called Happy Hotels is set to launch next year. Aiming to help travelers explore the Philippines with ease, Happy Hotels will give you easy, accessible, and packed information about your favorite local destinations.
They’ve also teamed up with the best, budget-friendly, and most accessible hotels nationwide, so it won’t burn a hole in your pocket and, at the same time, it saves you time from planning.
Its features include but are not limited to comparing prices, finding hotels with your specific requirements, determining the best accommodation through the app’s rating and review system, and different activities you can do in your favorite destinations.
What’s even more exciting is that the app empowers local hotel owners to showcase what real “Filipino hospitality” is and, at the same time, gives the opportunity to local workers and communities. Happy Hotels aims to bring joy not only to the tourists but also to local entrepreneurs at every local destination you’d like to visit.
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