Website Design for Hotels


We build and manage websites based on industry expertise that  generate real results for our clients


Features

We understands the needs of independent and boutique hotels

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Mobile First

Google now ranks website sbased on mobile progressive technology.

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Booking System

Integrate your website with leading Booking Reservation systems.

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Social Media

Connect your social media channels so you can engage with youe customers.

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Proven Expertise

We have worked with the hotel sector and understand your needs.

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Support 24/7

Always with you, every step of the way to launch and on-going.

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CASE STUDY: Q8 Boutique Hotel

The new management of this lovely boutique hotel got in touch asking us to provide them with a proposal for a new website. We sat down with the Director and listened to his requirement and concerns. We tailor made a design using a Wordpress Theme template and made adjustment as we progressed. We then integrated the Little Hotelier reservation system with the website and the result was very pleasing and satisfactory.

We continue to maintain the website and provide on-going technical support support. Click on the image and see the results for your self.

Technology used:

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Looking for Website Maintenance Only

We have three difference options to chose from - Plans start from £50 /month

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