Red Planet Hotels wants to give you an Apple Watch if you stay at any of their properties

By on September 22, 2015 | News

Present in 4 countries, Red Planet hotels chain claims to provide a premium stay experience at affordable prices. Recently, they  announced the launch of a significant content upgrade to its app and guest reward options.

To mark this distinctive launch, Red Planet is giving away Apple Watches to its lucky guests. The guests need to book the hotel rooms through Red Planet’s official app and stay in any of the 25 hotels across Japan, Thailand, Indonesia and Phillipines between now and 30th September, 2015.

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Ryan Chua was the first lucky guest to win an Apple Watch, Image Source: Red Planet Twitter Feed

‘Red Planet Hotels’ app is relatively new and with great user interface. Through it guests can:

  • Find hotel facilities information
  • Book hotel and pay by credit card
  • Gain access to the brand’s social media pages
  • Have a direct chat line for hotel staff and guests
  • Search the distances of the tourist destinations from your hotel
  • Receive information of the local events etc.

Although the app is relatively new, it has received a rating of 4.6/5 by its users.

Coinciding with this upgrade is Red Planet’s Referred programme. The members will be requested to promote the hotels to their family, friends and colleagues and for each paid reservation the members will earn cash commissions. This is open for firms, associations and  any website wishing to participate and be a part of it.

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Another lucky winner of the Apple Watch. Image Credit: Red Planet Twitter Feed

According to their official website, Tim Hansing, the Chief Executive Officer of the Red Planet Ltd., said “This positions us as the true market leader in our segment. There is no one else in the region that comes close to offering this level of innovation.”

Red Planet claims that it provides ‘5-star sleeping experience at a 1-star price’ accommodation. The firm operates 24 hotels in Indonesia, Japan, Philippines and Thailand. It’s still expanding and acquiring existing hotels and and developing new ones. Its hotels are all centrally located  and have hi-speed WiFi. The hotel is even listed on the Japanese and Indonesian stock exchanges.

 

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