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Classic Travel Services
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Classic Travel Services is a luxury travel agency based in New York City. Through our website we provide a curated list of the most exclusive hotels in the world that customers can book online. We also offer added amenities at most hotels either through our Virtuoso affiliation or through specially negotiated Classic Travel rates. Our audience is affluent and care about luxury travel and service over price.
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We need a new fully-responsive site as our current site is 6 or so years old and not mobile-friendly. We want to have a white background that should be clean, crisp and visually appealing. We plan to use large hotel image sliders that are full width, but would scale for mobile devices. Hotel search is key to what we do and should be featured prominently. We have started to prepare a design brief that will be provided.
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Further information will be provided as needed. Obviously the home page is the BIG first step in this process. We created a wireframe and a design document for this (see the "Notes" section below).
DO NOT feel bound by our design doc! We're not designers, so we're relying on your guidance and personal style. We also do not want to look identical to our competitors! Usability is key, as is mobile. Booking a hotel is what we want every visitor to the site to do!
(1) Home page: please refer to our design spec for more details
(2) Hotel Search: We like the layout of the page at Virtuoso.com that was linked previously.
(3) Individual hotel page: We like the layout of the Mr & Mrs Smith hotel landing pages (see link above)
(4) Specialty Travel: you can see this on our current site at http://www.classictravel.com/Specialty - we need a complete redesign here.
(5) Guides: City guides that will need to be redone. You can see the current ones at http://www.classictravel.com/Browse/