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Free Travel App – Your Home in Jamaica

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app- your home in JamaicaHotel Mockingbird Hill is delighted to announce the arrival of its new free hotel travel app, the first in Jamaica available to enhance its guests stay in Port Antonio, Jamaica.

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Beyond being able to book online, guests and visitors to the area can access driving instructions and sketches and read recommendations for the area helping them to plan and manage their precious holiday time.

Co-owner Shireen Aga said

“We found our guests appreciated the detailed information provided in our welcome packs to help them feel confident exploring but that our short-term guests would have benefited from such information in advance to enable them to make the most of the short time they have with us.  Even though the hotel’s website is responsive we know from our personal experience it is easier to read relevant information on an app.

We believe the app will help bridge valuable cultural differences to ensure our guests don’t miss out on once in a lifetime experience during their Jamaican holiday.  We recently had a short-term Canadian guest who lives close to Niagara Falls.  She missed out on the opportunity of swimming in the pools of Reach Falls because her personal experience of waterfalls was that you don’t swim in them, whereas for a Jamaican we take it for granted that it is the only thing you do when visiting a waterfall.”

The app makes perfect reading material for independent visitors catching the new luxury and inexpensive daily Knutsford Express coach shuttle from Montego Bay to Port Antonio.  Its insightful tips guarantee a stress-free holiday courtesy of a boutique hotel whose reputation relies on its personalised service and attention to detail.

The hotel and its new app will be featuring in Virgin’s new Jamaica travel guide that will be offered in-flight to the island as well being reviewed by travel and food bloggers participating in the #tourjamaica blog tour that will visit each season from autumn 2015 to summer 2016.


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