Review: Is this the best luxury travel app?

Review: Is this the best luxury travel app?

All this week, to celebrate National App Week, we will be sharing reviews of some of the apps available to luxury travellers.

You may find them useful for your own research, you may want to hope your client never finds them or perhaps being able to advise clients on the best apps to use while away is something they will appreciate.

First up is Luxury Attaché City Guide, reviewed by Michael Banks of tech company Corporate Group.

What device(s) is this app available on?: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
What was the device used for this review?: iPad
Typical price?: Free
Link to download the app:
Link to instructions to set up the app:
Is the user interface straightforward and easy to use?: Yes
Is the app easy to set up?: Yes

What does it do?
This app gives guidance on the best shops, restaurants, clubs, spas and hotels in cities all over the world.

What’s good about it?
The Luxury Attaché City Guide app makes you feel instantly at home wherever you are in the world. Like having an old friend on hand, this app will give you valuable local advice on where is good to go and how to find your way around. If you’ve ever landed in a great city and not known where to go for the best shops, restaurants, clubs, spas and hotels, you need never feel lost again. Local knowledge is just a click away, and with features like Access Perks this app really imparts a wealth of knowledge that enables you to make informed decisions about spending your money, wherever you happen to be.

What’s bad about it?
Although this is a free app, some features must be paid for. However, it is money well spent particularly as with insider knowledge you’re likely to make wise decisions on where to spend.

The Luxury Attaché City Guide is like a friend and guide all rolled into one. It’s a fantastic app – a great idea, well executed.

Score: 10/10


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