On their website, Jetsetter says, “Think of Jetsetter as your well-traveled friend, the one you call when you need advice on where to go, where to stay, and what to do when you get there.” Jetsetter is all about curated recommendations for the best travel ideas catered to the millennial set.
The Jetsetter app is an extension of this idea. Users can open the app to discover recommendations from approved Jetsetter correspondents, who the company promises are rigorous in their standards and honest in their reviews.
Upon login, users are shown a handful of current special offers, each with a countdown to how long the deal will last. Users with a specific destination or hotel in mind can search via the prominent search bar at the top of the screen. Logged in users can save hotels they want to visit in the future by creating “wanderlists” and also access all of their Jetsetter bookings within the app.
The app features tons of high-quality photography of the hotels they list. Each hotel detail page features a rotating carousel of images as well as a listing of amenities, denoted by flat black iconography. The listing page notes whether or not the hotel is “Jetsetter Approved” -- a special designation that indicates the hotel has been personally reviewed and approved by a Jetsetter correspondent. There’s also tons of detailed information about the hotel, including what’s to love about the hotel, a full overview of what to expect from the rooms, information about hotel dining, and an introduction to the neighborhood.
The app’s design is straightforward and modern. A white background is overlaid with lightweight black typography and accented by a pop of bright yellow used for calls-to-action and important callouts. Photography stretches the full width of the app, giving it an immersive quality.
Jetsetter is a clean app design in the hospitality and travel industries.