RedDoorz offers essential tips for booking safe and accredited hotels
The local travel industry is slowly picking up steam and options are now available for us to plan for our next essential vacation. However, with the different quarantine scenarios being implemented across the country, it can sometimes be confusing and stressful to know exactly what is needed before making a reservation. RedDoorz, Southeast Asia’s fastest growing technology-driven hotel management brand, provides travelers with essential know-how to make our reservations even more convenient and secure.
1. Make sure your hotel is fully accredited
Before clicking on this confirmation button, it is important to know if your hotel has met all the necessary requirements.
2. Learn about your hotel’s safety precautions.
Proper hygiene and sanitation is of the highest priority, especially for hotel staff who are monitored daily, assessed on the implementation of sanitation protocols, and trained to respond to critical COVID-19 situations. Most hotels even hire doctors and public health consultants to provide advice to hotel staff. In response to the pandemic and to help accelerate the recovery of the travel industry, RedDoorz launched HygienePass – a certification program that provides a standardized and rigorous health and safety protocol for all hoteliers to follow. The HygienePass initiative is a brand of good hygiene and sanitation that always guarantees guests a safe and clean stay with its enhanced measures that are implemented in all approved hotels.
3. Take advantage of discounts and advantages of booking online from your phone
When planning your next stay, try using the hotel’s mobile app and open the door to exclusive discounts. Remember, the more you use it, the more benefits and rewards you can get. With the RedDoorz mobile app, you can take advantage of their âBest Price Promiseâ which guarantees that the price of your stay is the lowest in the market or any other booking platform. Other exclusive offers include room upgrades, additional meals, extended stay hours, and airport transfers.
RedDoorz also offers flexible stay options for those who need to change reservations or reschedule, and guests even have more convenient ways to pay their bills with multiple payment options via credit / debit card, PayMaya, GCash or on the spot. Then, if you leave a review on the hotel, you can earn freebies on your next stay. To date, the RedDoorz app has recorded over 800,000 downloads.
4. Check if you are part of a loyalty program
Hotels offer many freebies to loyal customers who book. They also like those who take the time to provide feedback, refer a friend, or even interact with them online. These open the door to more rewards and a chance to upgrade or improve your stay every time. For just P400 you can join RedDoorz’s RedDoorz program where members can enjoy 24/7 customer support for all essential stays. Whatever the problem or need, a RedDoorz representative is just a phone call away. Other perks also include unlocking more hotel room discounts and getting RedCash discounts that can be used to book future stays.
A special RedDoorz treat for essential workers
Since the start of the pandemic, RedDoorz has systematically worked to help those most affected and improved service guarantee offerings to make their stay more accommodating. In 2020, RedDoorz opened its doors to frontline health workers and provided them with temporary housing. This year, the hotel management brand has expanded its service to accommodate modern heroes in essential industries such as call center agents, sailors, security personnel and bankers. In honor of National Heroes Day, RedDoorz is offering all essential workers a free overnight stay on reservation of a minimum of 6 nights from August 30-31, 2021 or they can simply submit their full reservation ID with proof of vaccination at Safe Stays to benefit from exclusive discounts on their next stay.
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