Tablet Reviews 2017

Introduction

When you start planning your travel, choosing the right hotel makes up a significant portion of your budget and consideration. Staying in a hotel is a make-or-break situation most of the time. Hotels of whatever kind are an important part of your vacation. They should be carefully selected, considering they’re where you spend most of your time, sleep and eat in, live in for a night or two, and experience your home away from home.

Our Tablet reviews gather information about the travel service and website, their background and history, and what travellers report of their experience.

Tablet Hotels Reviews 2017 brand logo

Background, History, and More Information

Tablet was founded in 2000 by veterans Laurent Vernhes and Michael Davis to answer to the need to find unusual hotels that deliver more than the basic services. As lovers of travel, their expert team carefully selects and maintains only the hotels that remain within their standards or those that offer the lowest prices. Reviews from customers add to the hotel search experience on their website.

Tablet Hotels Reviews 2017 CEO
Tablet CEO Laurent Vernhes

Tablet’s CEO and Co-Founder, Laurent Vernhes, a native of France, was educated at Supélec, Insead, and is an HBS OPM45 Alumni. During his work with web agency Razorfish, he met Michael Davis, Co-Founder of Tablet, on his quest towards the perfect hotel. Vernhes, who had recently launched his champagne label Maison Vernhes, had previously held positions with Michelin and News Corporation.

Reviews/ What Users Have to Say

There aren’t many Tablet reviews online. However, we found one on TripAdvisor. The writer had to cancel his hotel room reservation from a hotel he booked using Tablet. Since Tablet was used to book the hotel, the reviewer had further problems negotiating with the hotel, Hotel Cram, getting his refund. Titling his Tablet reviews “be careful with reserving through Tablet Hotels,” he reported that one of Tablet’s hotels had this unhelpful cancellation policy. He wouldn’t be able to use the room due to unforeseen circumstances, yet was told he would still be charged after cancelling his reservation.

This was the only Tablet review online. Based on the customer’s experience, one of their hotels proved to be unaccommodating. The lack of Tablet reviews highlights this problem with the customer service some of Tablet’s hotels have.

Their Official Website

Their official website is trendy and straightforward. Information are organised on upper tabs and your hotel searches can be done on their search engine below. Above, you can check out their new hotels, view the Hotels You Love, and browse through their deals. This way, you can discover your ideal hotel with ideas and inspiration conveniently categorised for you.

Tablet Hotels Reviews 2017 website

Tablet has an app, downloadable from the App Store. You can also sign up for Tablet’s newsletter at the bottom of their homepage.

Tablet Hotels Reviews 2017 mobile app

Aside from English, Tablet is available in several other languages including French, Dutch, Spanish, and Portuguese. Tablet has social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. For more information, updates, and offers about Tablet, view their Twitter account here.

Contact Details:

  • Website URL: https://www.tablethotels.com/
  • Contact number: +1 888 644 7452 Toll Free US & Canada; +1 646 880 3634
  • Contact Email: customerservice@tablethotels.com
  • Head Office Address: France

Concluding Words

Tablet doesn’t have a spotless reputation. With their aims of providing unique hotels came unique problems that were out of their control. They can work on their customer care in the meantime, to improve their own services.

What can you say about our Tablet reviews? If you have anything to add, feel free to leave your comments here below!

 

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I have a pretty good feeling about some services, and this one had only bad reviews so I guess my first impression was right.

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