Port Elizbeth, South Africa: The Mantis group has launched its new website; and for the first time, client’s book and earn loyalty points at their hotels and eco-escapes on a single platform. The website is being developed in three phases, the first of which went live on Tuesday, 16th July. The second phase will debut Mantis Journeys – a set of the ultimate bucket lists presented in true Mantis style. The final phase of the website will introduce group-wide special offers which will be bookable through the Accor reservations system.
Since its inception in 2000, Mantis has grown exponentially to include hotels all over the world. Variety and diversity are the leading points that come to mind when looking at the hand-picked collection of art hotels, tented camps, luxury houseboats, and eco-lodges. The aim of acquiring such varied experiences is to provide the Mantis guest with a collection of memorable journeys. Mantis experiences are chosen to pique the interest of curious travellers and unearth new-interest destinations. Now, all these various experiences and destinations are available online under the Mantis brand, driven by the digital engine that is at the heart of the Accor Group.
The new Mantis website has been in the wings for the last 4 years but could only be actively developed at the start of 2019 once the Group acquired a central online booking channel and loyalty programme which were both made possible by Mantis’ merger with Accor. Mantis has also been through a vigorous re-branding exercise over the last 30 months, and the new website is a beautiful, concise showcase of the Group’s essence, which is rooted in sustainable luxury tourism.
Click here to discover the exceptional Mantis Collection: www.mantiscollection.com
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