The intimate beachfront hotel launched the new 2015 website to the public this week, giving viewers a fully-responsive user-friendly experience with a mobile-first design, making it easy to navigate on a wide range of web browsers and devices.
There is a lot of new information for people to find out about the magnificent hotel, delivered in bite-size chunks easy to digest, and that lets you pick and choose what you want to read. Little circle photos provide a friendly visual link to each content section. Gorgeous widescreen images and videos on nearly every aspect of the Santa Teresa beachfront hotel give you the experience of what it’s like to be there.
“We made our site simpler for the user. We want to give little chunks of information at a time for people to find what they want and choose what they want to read, instead of forcing them to sift through a lot of information at once. Most sections have a ‘Read More’ so people can do that if they want,” explained Hotel Tropico Latino manager, Roberto de la Ossa.
“We want our website to be responsive and easy for the modern-day traveler to check out everything about Hotel Tropico Latino from a mobile device. If you open the site on a mobile or a tablet, it is really easy to read,” de la Ossa added.
Designed by Antonio Calvo of the company Anden 9 in Costa Rica, and optimized and powered by Costa Rica marketing company Profimercadeo, the new website fits the 16-year-old hotel’s new logos and concept created last year.
In addition to new information, images and videos, directions on how to get to Hotel Tropico Latino are all new and user-friendly with a Waze app link to help travelers precisely drive there using their mobile phone. Making reservations is effortless with a quick link from the home page to reservations, and booking links at every room description, in addition to the main booking system page.
Article by Shannon Farley