There’s no easier way to keep up with your travel arrangements than right from your wrist. With Apple Watch travel apps, you can check your flight, view your accommodations, look for restaurants, translate a language, and convert currency.
If you’re getting ready for your next trip, make sure to check out our list of the best Apple Watch travel apps to make your journey a bit easier.
When it’s time to plan that family vacation or romantic getaway, there can be a lot of pieces to pull together. You may need a hotel, a flight, a rental car, attraction tickets, or a combination of these. So, the best way to plan and book it is with an app that lets you do it all.
These best travel apps for iPhone do just that. They let you find and reserve the bookings you need all in one spot.
Claridges, the most iconic 5 star hotel in London's Mayfair, back in October commissioned Apple's Chief Design Officer Jony Ive and his colleague Marc Newson to come up with an immersive festive installation. Saturday, Claridges showed off results of Ive and Newson's work, reports Wallpaper.com.
Apple Pay is coming to Las Vegas hotels next month, but not for gambling, and The Cosmopolitan is leading the way. According to the hotel-casino's official announcement cited by Casino City Times, by early June the resort’s front desk, concierge, restaurants and bars will accept Apple's wireless payment method.
Cosmopolitan chief marketing officer, Lisa Marchese, states that “the arrival of Apple Pay on the Las Vegas Strip is a natural fit, offering increasingly mobile-centric, luxury travelers a streamlined and convenient experience.” The announcement marks the first local casino-resort to accept Apple Pay. The Cosmopolitan is part of Marriott's Autograph Collection of hotels.
Following an extensive pilot program of a new SPG Keyless service at select Manhattan and Silicon Valley locations since January 2014, Starwood Hotels & Resorts has now begun rolling out virtual room keys that do away with key cards altogether to let guests enter their rooms using smartphones.
Beginning this Wednesday, ten Starwood properties around the world under the Starwood's Aloft, Element and W brands will allow guests to walk past the check-in desk and enter their rooms by using an iPhone as a room key.
This includes hotels in Beijing, Hong Kong, New York, Los Angeles and Doha, the company said in a media release Monday. The service is set to become available on 30,000 doors in 150 hotels around the globe by early 2015.
Picture this: after a long and exhaustive flight, you finally arrive at a hotel. But instead of waiting on the lines clogging the front desk to pick up a key, simply bypass the receptionist and head straight to your room safely knowing that an iPhone in your pocket doubles as the room key.
It's precisely the kind of fantasy that Hilton has dreamed up and now working to make a reality across the vast majority of their hotels by 2016.
This is according to a Wall Street Journal report Monday. That's right, beginning 2015 some Hilton hotels will allow for door unlocking with a smartphone, with the global roll-out expected to complete by the end of 2016...
When a hotel clerk first hands you your room key card, one of the first things they usually say is "don't put it in the same pocket as your phone." They say this can cause your key card's magnetic strip to malfunction, although some people question the logic behind it.
But this may not be an issue much longer. Starwood Hotels & Resorts has begun a new pilot program in two of its major hotel locations in Manhattan and Silicon Valley that does away with key cards altogether by allowing guests to enter their rooms using smartphones...
If you look around your next hotel room, there's a fair chance it will have an alarm clock with a 30-pin dock connector for your iPhone. It's a popular amenity for hotels to list, since there are some 500+ million iOS devices out in the wild.
But one hotel in Cupertino, California is taking their iOS compatibility to the next level. Starwood Hotels' Aloft Hotel has announced today that it now has an Apple TV, connected to a 42-inch LCD television, in all 123 of its guest rooms...
Hotels offer a wide range of amenities for guests-on-the-go. This includes on-site pools, Wi-Fi, bars, and workout rooms. But for one Canadian hotel, this also includes complimentary iPhones.
That's right, the Opus hotel in Vancouver has started replacing the landline telephones in each of its rooms, with iPhones. And even better, guests can carry the handsets throughout their entire stay...
Suddenly you have to change your hotel reservations or immediately book accommodation. It does not have to be another stressful situation anymore. Wherever you are, with HotelCalculator’s iPhone app you can book hotels in almost every city across the globe. You can use the HotelCalculator iPhone app anywhere you can get an Internet connection.
This “pocket size” search engine will help you find absolute best market prices available because it compares prices of accommodation found on the various travel websites. Save your time with this app that can automatically search aggregates data from over 20 hotel reservation websites and compare the prices for you. Smaller screen but still the same efficient and affordable way to hunt for the best deals...