Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is delighted to announce the launch of a new mobile website. In design for several months in tandem with award-winning web design agency in London, JohnHenry, this site will better help guests search, book and interact with all Six Senses properties and spas through their mobile devices.
The site makes it easy for Six Senses guests to easily and quickly find the information they seek. The Six Senses mobile site includes:
- Intuitive navigation
- Connectivity to Synxis booking engine
- Interactive maps and mapping technology
- Photo gallery
- Easy updates via our CMS platform
- Social media links
“Six Senses is delighted to present this beautifully-designed, intuitive mobile site for our customers. Following the success of our website launch in 2013, we have been on a journey to elevate our digital footprint and the delivery of this site ensures an easy-to-navigate and device-friendly experience for Six Senses travelers and spa goers. Knowing that mobile bookings are growing faster than desktop, Six Senses believe in the importance and power of mobile. It’s great to work with JohnHenry in London. The team is regarded as ‘the’ leader in designing and building websites and we’re again very pleased with the result,” said Julia Gajcak, vice president, marketing and communications.
According to recent statistics from eMarketer, a new travel booking behavioral change can largely be attributed to the rise of mobile device use. For example, the share of users who booked travel on tablets and smartphones at least once in the past 12 months was 25 percent in April 2014, and expected to reach 30 percent next year. And Travelers Road to Decision, Google 2014 said:
- 67 percent of leisure travelers used their smartphone throughout the travel process – from planning and researching, to going online during and after traveling. Business travelers report even higher at 78 percent.
- 77 percent of affluent travelers use their smartphone for travel inspiration in spare moments, such as when waiting, commuting etc.
- After using a smartphone for leisure travel inspiration, 38 percent will go on to book via a smartphone.
- Across travel categories, 75 percent of leisure traveler’s switch between devices to plan or book travel, while 87 percent of business travelers do so.
- To decide on activities once at their destination, leisure travelers rely on smartphones the most with 56 percent turning to their smartphone for research.