|By PR Newswire||
|August 13, 2014 06:08 AM EDT||
SHANGHAI, Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Jin Jiang International Hotels recently launched the international version of its free mobile app, 'Jin Jiang Hotels'.
This comprehensive and user friendly app, which also has a well-established Chinese version, is a platform that allows travelers to have access to detailed hotel information and make quick and secure hotel reservations at over 80 of the four and five star rated Jin Jiang properties located across China. The app also enables customers to join the Jin Jiang Group's cross sector frequent traveler loyalty program, J-Club, where members can earn and redeem points when staying at the Group's hotels (covering both Jin Jiang Inns and Jin Jiang Hotels), travel products, air tickets and car rental and automotive rental services.
Features of the 'Jin Jiang Hotels' app include:
- Detailed hotel information: Customers can view the hotel's individual descriptions, services and amenities and browse photos.
- Quick access to all of Jin Jiang Hotels' latest hotel promotions and deals.
- Reservations: Customers can make quick and secure reservations, find out information on rates and room availability and view previous stays and upcoming reservations all in real-time.
- GPS mapping device: Customers can immediately locate the closest hotel to the current location of the customer, whereby bookings can then be made directly from the search results.
- Group loyalty membership enrolment: Customers can easily enroll to become a J-Club member via the app, receive e-coupons exclusive to members and have direct access to their J-Club account by using their Digital Membership Card to view account information.
"Following from the success of our original Chinese mobile app, we are excited about the launch of the international version which sees us expanding our mobile communications towards a much wider market outside of China. This app allows us to build connected and interactive relationships with our English speaking customers who can now also experience the ease and convenience of the comprehensive 'Jin Jiang Hotels' app," stated Ms. Cinn Tan, Senior Vice President Marketing & Sales at Jin Jiang International Hotels.
Jin Jiang International Hotels is currently offering a promotion exclusive to the 'Jin Jiang Hotels' app. For any user who registers to become a J-Club member via the app will receive e-coupons worth a total value of RMB200 and will also have the chance to take part in a lucky draw to win a free stay at a Jin Jiang hotel. As a J-Club member, 2 J-Club points will be received for every RMB1 spent at a Jin Jiang star rated hotel. As part of this special promotion, in addition to the original points received, members will also receive an extra 2,000 points and receive RMB200 e-coupons each time a room booking is made via the app, by which the points can be redeemed for exciting rewards.
This promotion lasts until 30 September, 2014.
The 'Jin Jiang Hotel' app is available to download globally for free from the iTunes App Store. To download, visit: https://itunes.apple.com/cn/app/jin-jiang-jiu-dian/id725186313?l=en&mt=8
To view more details on the promotion, visit: http://www.jinjianghotels.com/promotion/detail/11946
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