RedDoorz, Southeast Asia’s largest and fastest-growing hotel management and booking platform continues to expand its footprint across the Philippines by adding 5,000 additional room nights from now until the end of the year. The new hotels will be strategically positioned across key metro districts and in major cities in provinces across the country by the end of this year.
RedDoorz currently has over 200 hotels located in over 20 different cities nationwide, and is committed to providing a standardized hotel experience for domestic and international travellers staying in a RedDoorz hotel. In addition, RedDoorz will be opening new properties in tourist heavy destinations such as Boracay, Bohol, Antique, Capiz, Dumaguete, Tacloban and Negros Occidental. Mindanao counterparts will follow suit in the fourth quarter of this year.
RedDoorz has been pioneering the hotel and hospitality sector in Southeast Asia since the company was formed in 2015. It now offers three different categories of hotel including RedDoorz, RedDoorz Plus and RedDoorz Premium, each offering a varying degree of value services for all guests.
However, there are a number of services that remain constant across all properties, including clean rooms complete with clean bedsheets, free Wi-Fi connectivity, and essential amenities including toiletries and bottled water – perks not usually associated with the affordable hotel space.
The RedDoorz mobile app and digital platforms also make for stronger consumer access to hotels that translates into corresponding high demand. The budget hotel booking startup has shifted the balance of power from the slow-moving, big hotel business to the affordable lodging sector driven by short-term transient and travel activity. Its RedDoorz app has risen to number one travel mobile app of choice, as it simplifies hotel booking tasks, enabling consumers to indulge their travel whim at the snap of their fingers.
Founded in 2015 by a team of senior executives with great experience in the industry, RedDoorz has now become a regional powerhouse in Asia, with operations in the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, and Indonesia.