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Jovago Creates More Accessible Hotel Booking Engine: Gets a New Look for More Accessible Hotel Booking

Jovago, Africa’s largest online hotel booking platform has unveiled a more user-friendly website in order to make hotel booking more accessible to travelers in Nigeria and around the world.

Opening up over 5,000 hotels online in Nigeria and 200,000 around the world, has eased the stress of the booking process, now holiday makers do not have to visit several hotels by themselves or waste time on long waiting loops in order to secure bookings, Jovago has created a cheaper and more secure means of searching for and booking hotels online. With the filter system, customers can easily choose what hotel amenities they prefer during their stay and make their selection easily.

Marek Zmyslowski, Managing Director of commented, “We intend to make booking hotels even easier by making our website more user-friendly. You can easily relax at home or work and book your hotel from anywhere in the world, using your laptop or mobile phone. Finding your perfect stay is that easy.”   

On the individual hotel pages our visitors can now find a new feature: Reviews. Here, the hotel’s score based on previous travelers’ opinion regarding their stay, amenities and overall experience will be listed. Reviews, will help you decide whether the hotel is the best fit for you. You are also able to see a precise Google map location of the hotel in case you are new to the city and still trying to find your way around.   

As a result, site visitors can now have a highly personalized experience which enables them to search for hotels based on star rating, deals, best price, Jovago selection, local resident rate and amenities. The online platform operates under a high level of transparency through professional photos, updated hotel listings, detailed hotel descriptions, reports and promotions for hotels across Nigeria.

Jovago has also launched a blog dedicated to travel tips and information on the best places and hotels to visit around the world. 

Paying online or at the hotel? has you covered. Book your stay now! 

About Jovago is an online hotel booking service headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria, and founded by Africa Internet Holding. Jovago, Africa’s No.1 booking portal, facilitates the booking process for its users to provide them with the best hotel booking experience with fast, transparent and easy-to-use services. Jovago has over 5000 local hotel listings in Nigeria.
Follow on Twitter: @jovagotravel

About AIG
Africa Internet Group introduces and accelerates the online shift in Africa – for its people and its culture. It is committed to running successful and vibrant internet companies which boost the evolution of African online culture. AIG is the parent group of nine successful and fast-growing companies in more than 25 African countries, accounting for over 3000 staff. AIG cares about entrepreneurship and brings together all the key elements required to build great companies: team, concept, technology and capital. Its network of companies includes JUMIA, Kaymu, Hellofood, Lamudi, Carmudi, Zando, Jovago, Lendico and Easy Taxi.


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