Arrivedo launches API

Arrivedo's API allows hotels to provide self-guided experiences within their own websites. Photo credit: Arrivedo

Arrivedo, an online platform with curated content of things to do around hotels, launched an application program interface for hotel groups. The API will better support hotels in sharing content, self-guided experiences and recommendations with guests through a dynamic interface. 

Arrivedo's API allows hotels to provide self-guided experiences within their own websites. The flexible, dynamic interface of the API lets hotels use the content of stories, routes, maps, places, photos and videos while synchronizing with their brand guidelines, requirements and designs. 

Hotels now can have their own voice and showcase their recommendations to all their guests, not only via their websites, but also using welcome check-in emails, widgets, white label solutions, in-room tablets, mobile apps and more, to reflect their own brand personality. Arrivedo’s connected platform can also integrate via web links, widgets or iFrames, enabling hotel partners and hoteliers to use this technology at their convenience.


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“Hotels are reinventing their relationship with guests,” Arrivedo founder and CEO Alonso Franco said in a statement. “There is more focus on personalized content, experiences and the importance of being a great host is growing. That is why we are raising our game and launching our API that will help hotel groups and brands offer quality content and an even more in-depth experience with guests.” 

As of the beginning of October of this year, the company has created personalized neighborhood guides for hotels in more than 250 cities, recently hitting the milestone of 1,000 hotels it now serves.


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