Oyster Hotel Reviews and Photos
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Oyster.com investigates thousands of hotels around the globe to bring you honest, comprehensive hotel photography, stunning 360-degree panoramas, and in-depth, expert reviews. Our app makes it easy for you to search and filter for your perfect hotel, compare prices from dozens of booking engines, browse by concept (kid-friendly, romantic, value, boutique...), or get ideas for your trip by reading our journalistic travel stories.
We uncover the truth, before it's "uh-oh" time. Because you can't return a bad vacation.
-More than 7 million undoctored, high-quality hotel photos taken by our expert investigators
-Incredible 360-degree panoramas
-Tons of photos of every single hotel, showing every detail, from the pool loungers to the bathrooms
-Journalistic hotel reviews that give you the pros and cons of every property
-Powerful search to let you filter by rating, price, amenities, neighborhoods, and more
-Price compare tool to find you the best rate from dozens of booking engines
-Award lists ranking our top picks for each destination in multiple categories, including luxury, kid-friendliness, value, and romance, curated by our editors
-Travel guides with beautiful, inspiring photography
-Entertaining travel stories to help you get ideas for your trip
-28,000 hotels visited in nearly 100 countries, and 1,000 more hotels visited each month
-Highly usable interactive maps for every destination
-Clickable hearts to save your favorite hotels for later
What's New in Version 2.3.0
- Facebook deep-linking
Change for the worse
I use this app all the time for vacation and travel planning and find it useful. It is a good source of information. That being said, the problem is every new version of the app is less and less user friendly. Newer versions are harder to navigate than the old versions. The information is the same, it's just harder and slower to get. I wish there was a way to go back to older versions
So buggy and slow
This company desperately needs an experience designer. The app is buggy and slow at best. Don't have an app if it's just a facade connected to your website. There needs to be unique value in using the app over the website. Otherwise it's just clunky.