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Jetsetter launched in 2009 in an effort to help travelers book unique travel experiences at an affordable price. In order to be listed on the company's platform, travel accommodations must meet specific standards.
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Unlike most other platforms, Jetsetter was designed by travelers for travelers. The company specializes in hotel bookings and has set a high standard for accommodations, meaning that all of its deals meet a certain level of quality to prevent customers from booking a stay that is not up to par.
Jetsetter works to help both inexperienced and frequent travelers. Aside from having the ability to reserve the typical travel accommodations, the company offers a number of unique features to consumers who use its platform, including the following:
The Jetsetter Standard is what truly sets the booking agency apart from all other travel sites. In order to find travel accommodations that travelers will enjoy, the company enlists the help of a team of correspondents that is comprised of over 200 journalists from the world's top travel publications. Each Jetsetter listing has had a correspondent stay a night to ensure that it earns the Jetsetter Verified Stamp. This verified stamp can be revoked if an accommodation starts to waver in any way in terms of the service offered or the price charged.
While Jetsetter does offer a unique service to travelers, there does not appear to be an ulterior incentive to continue to book through its platform. Unlike a number of other travel agencies and online booking websites, Jetsetter does not seem to offer a rewards program to its users, which means that customers will not earn points or bonuses that can be redeemed for hotel reservations. The lack of a rewards program may be a deterrent for travelers who plan on booking frequent trips through a specific platform or agency.
When travel booking sites create an app, it is usually done so that travelers can manage their travel on the road and access additional features not found on the desktop version of the platform. The Jetsetter mobile app, on the other hand, is only available for Apple devices and is relatively basic. It does not include many of the functionalities that its online site offers and there are no exclusive offers available through the app.
If a user books travel accommodations through Jetsetter, they should be prepared to go on that specific trip or risk losing their money. Since Jetsetter is focused on providing discounted hotel rates, there is no protection offered once the reservation has been made. Travel insurance is not an available option, which means that refunds are not guaranteed.
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