H10 Hotels Launches New Website

Published
27/01/2015

The hotel chain’s new, completely redesigned website has innovative features for clients.

H10 Hotels has just launched its new website with a responsive design that significantly improves user experience. This new multichannel website adapts to all screen sizes – desktop, tablet, mobile – thus bringing it into line with today’s multi-device environment.

Based on the results of a usability study analyzing the needs of the chain’s customers, as well as current market trends, the website’s new design focuses on enhancing user experience by making navigation more intuitive and interactive.

H10 Hotels’ new website is extremely visual, featuring slick and intuitive images of the chain’s properties. Furthermore, the site’s image gallery now includes photos of the hotel facilities, 360° photos, and videos. Another new feature is a portal, subdivided by client type, which offers customers unique promotions tailored to their travel needs.

Each hotel has its own microsite with information on all of its facilities and services. This information is divided into different sections featuring services, image gallery, and guest comments – both from H10 Hotels’ own website and from other review sites.

H10 Hotels’ new responsive website

As for the booking process, numerous improvements have been integrated into the new website. These include a more visual and attractive presentation of room types, as well as a new availability and rate calendar. It is also now possible to book additional services such as restaurants or treatments in the same booking, and users can view alerts for available rooms. All of this undoubtedly responds to customer needs by streamlining and optimizing the booking process.

The website is available in six languages – Spanish, Catalan, English, German, French and Italian – with the aim of reaching out to H10 Hotels’ clients based in Europe, USA and Canada.

With these improvements, H10 Hotels seeks to firmly position its website among the most important tourism portals on a national level: improving both the ranking of the website in search engine results and its usability during the hotel search and booking processes.

Further information at: www.h10hotels.com