Quintessentially Releases Free City Guide Application

quintessentially Personally I had never heard of Quintessentially before but they claim to be the “world’s leading private members’ club and concierge service.” They just announced the release of their free BlackBerry city guide app that gives you access to their recommended hot spots from your device. They already have an iPhone version that is doing pretty well so I guess they are hoping for similar success on the BlackBerry platform. The app gives you access to their recommended openings, new venues, and must see locations.

You can find it at: www.quintessentially.com/blackberry

Full press release after the jump.

Quintessentially launches their Blackberry city guide application – an exclusive chance to connect to the insider world of Quintessentially whilst on the move

Quintessentially, the world’s leading private members’ club and concierge service, today announced the launch of their Blackberry city guide application, providing both members and non-members of Quintessentially around the world with exclusive free access to a wealth of insider and specialist travel content, anytime, anywhere.

Following the success of the iphone version, the Quintessentially city guides for Blackberry are ideally suited for business travellers or anyone exploring a new city and are easily downloadable on the Blackberry Curve, Pearl and Bold. One click on your Blackberry handset will link you to a host of exclusive city guides, providing the ultimate in travel knowledge for some of the world’s most sought after destinations.

A host of new cities have been added to the must-have application including Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Bogota, Rome, Venice, Florence and Beirut, offering free and easy access to a wealth of travel information. With 44 offices around the world, and researchers and fixers in every other major city, Quintessentially’s expert teams have the world’s best travel secrets at their fingertips.

The application is the perfect accessory for the summer months too, providing the very best travel guides to this year’s hottest destinations including the Amalfi Coast, Ibiza, St Tropez, Cannes, Sardinia, Mykonos and Marrakech. The guides are updated regularly with the latest openings, new venues and must-see locations, letting you know all about where to stay, when to go, where to eat, what to see, what not to miss, how to get around and much, much more about the world’s finest cities – ensuring your summer holiday plans or business travel, however last-minute or extraordinary, are covered.

Each guide also features a wide range of the irresistible package of offers, privileges and bespoke services that Quintessentially members can expect across the globe – from reservations at some of the hottest restaurants and upgrades at the most prestigious hotels, to VIP treatment and money-saving offers at all manner of clubs, bars, spas, gyms, shops, sightseeing spots and cultural haunts across the world – all just a phone call away. For non-members, the Blackberry city guides provide an exclusive insight into all that Quintessentially offers, and a chance to become part of a club created entirely to make life that much easier, that much richer and that much more fun for its members.

Users of the Blackberry application can sign up to Quintessentially membership at the touch of a button, invite friends to make use of the city guides, and subscribe for free to the many weekly global Quintessentially newsletters too. The Quintessentially Blackberry application is available for download for free from Monday 29th June from the Quintessentially website – www.quintessentially.com/blackberry.

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  1. Does anyone have an ota link???

  2. It requires an email address entry but just posting form to take you to DL link so no waiting/need for confirmation email (ie put any crapdress you want)

    But then it’s 1.2M download – ftw! Hasta I cancelled dl

    Why do appmakers bother with bloatware? Just post a thinn client with REST protocol to your servers! Or else store data on our SD cards, not precious app space!

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