Book Hotels with OLSET and you could win big!

In our neverending quest to be the leader in hotel booking technology we’ve created a few completely new ways to discover and book hotels, right inside the Any.Do and Evernote productivity apps! Basically, anytime you create a note, or task related to hotels…like “Book a hotel for NYC” OLSET’s technology will serve you personalized hotel recommendations based on 100+ million user reviews that we’ve categorized. These recommendations are so accurate that you can see a “match breakdown” of why each property was chosen for you. This saves you the hassle of having to check review sites yourself!

To launch the partnerships we’re giving away some amazing travel related prizes (see below) from incredible brands like Bellroy, Ugobags and ZEMgear worth over $5000! We’re also giving one lucky Grand Prize winner their entire hotel booking on us, FREE! All you have to do is book a hotel through Any.Do or Evernote in the next 30 days and you could be a winner! Try it out, see the hotels we recommend for your trip and remember, every booking is another entry!


To get started browsing hotels with Evernote click here:


To get started browsing hotels with Any.Do  click here:


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