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Heading to fancy Luxembourg next week, where Uber is not available. On its pre-stay email, the Accorhotel I am staying in suggest to book a transfer using a company called https://www.mozio.com/. At first sight, it looks good. DOes anyone had experience with them?
Thanks10 May 2019
They’re not a transport company, it’s a portal/aggregator which comes up with local operators for your journey, shows prices, and allows you to book. It was integrated into the travel booking site of a company I did some work for a few years ago.
I never used it although the option was there I couldn’t see the point, and I am a great believe in simplicity, and the more links there are in a chain, the more likely it is that one will break.10 May 2019
I used Mozio in Baku last year. On time, clean car, polite driver, straight to the hotel and back to airport day after.
A bit more expensive than a local taxi (but then you need to haggle), yet affordable and worth the convenience.
Think I booked it through the Agoda website.16 May 2019
Chris in MakatiParticipant
I’ve looked at Mozio a few times, but they’ve always quoted prices way above the competition.
For example, for a trip I’ll be taking later from my hotel in Cebu to the local airport, Mozio’s best offer is 1,277 Pesos. The local ride-hailing company (Grab) is quoting 531 Pesos, apparently for a similar sized car.
1 user thanked author for this post.17 May 2019
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