Up Hotel Agency are proud to receive two Web Marketing Association (WMA) Awards for “Outstanding Website” in the 2015 competition. This is the higher level of award in the category and both websites entered this year were awarded this prestigious accolade.

The two winners this year were Qbic Hotels with their newly rebranded responsive website and Zoku (the death of the hotel room) with their newly launched accommodation concept.

Qbic Hotels – WMA Outstanding Website

Qbic Preview Qbic needed a new website to truly reflect their new branding and unique personality. The new website features a custom responsive Internet Booking Engine and a plethora of unique ways to communicate the brand online. The UP hotel agency team worked to design, build and restructure the group and hotel websites to allow for maximum usability, ecommerce performance and a large slice of personality.



“The site is impressive – they have developed a unique brand that carries through in the design, usability and content.” – Judges comments


Zoku – WMA Outstanding Website 

Zoku Sized Defining a new category in the hotel industry requires creativity and a clear vision.  Designing a responsive website for this inspiring concept had our agency design team bursting with creative ideas.  From the home page the user is presented with an immersive video that brings the site to life and the user is then carried through a journey to learn  more about Zoku’s unique style and concept.  It’s truly time to live, work, relax and socialize with like-minded people while getting wired into the city. Live Zoku!



“Qbic and Zoku are both inspiring and game-changing brands. For our agency to produce stunning, award winning websites that reflect the unique personality of the hotels is a real privilege.” UP Hotel Agency Founder – David Ohandjanian


UP Hotel Agency always aim to produce hotel website that truly reflect the brand, provide real results and are memorable.  Here’s to 2016, could your hotel be among the awards for next year?  Contact us to find out more.