Our New Welcome Package Design


We are excited to present the design of our new welcome package for ReviewerCard members.  Thanks to our incredible designer for making this happen!

Travel the world with this powerful black card.

Our new welcome package for members


Job Opportunity: Member Services Associate


We are currently looking for a new team member at our Manhattan Beach HQ!  The Membership Services Associates will be responsible for all areas of working with our ReviewerCard membership base. This person will work closely with our Head of Community on a daily basis.  Looking for a fun, passionate and outgoing personality.  


  • Respond to member requests via email, phone and social media on a daily basis
  • Help to develop and implement ways to improve member experience
  • Effectively project ReviewerCard brand and strict terms-of-service at all times
  • Evaluate relevant information to handle member issues around the world
  • Help manage and build key relationships with travel partners
  • Help coordinating events and member invitations

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Interest in travel, food and enjoying the finer things in life
  • Understanding of social media, review sites and online marketing
  • Experience with customer service (any capacity)
  • Well-organized and responsible team member
  • Fantastic writing and communication skills


  • Creative work environment close to beach
  • Great pay and travel opportunities
  • Room for growth within company

Onsite position in Manhattan Beach, CA

Contact us with your resume and any questions.  Thanks for your interest.

Job opportunity at ReviewerCard

ReviewerCard Member Appreciation Party


We are having a wonderful time planning the upcoming member appreciation event in Atlanta.  The event will take place at one of the coolest restaurants in town, after we take in the Braves vs. Giants game on June 14th.  Our entire team is looking forward to meeting ReviewerCard members from around the country and spending time together.  If you have any questions about hotel accommodations or becoming a sponsor, please contact us anytime.

Atlanta Event for Members Only
Amazing Dinner and Baseball Game

ReviewerCard Sticker: For Business Owners That Get It!


We’d like to thank all of the wonderful business owners who have reached out to us.  Your support and encouragement is most appreciated.  Obviously, you understand the true intention of ReviewerCard and disregard much of the nonsense that has been written about it.

If you’d like a ReviewerCard sticker (static cling) for your business window, feel free to send us an email with all of your business information.  We look forward to hearing from you.


To your continued success,

ReviewerCard Team

Making the review system fair for businesses



Update on Member Applications


We just wanted to thank everyone for their interest and applications for a ReviewerCard. We are going through each application thoroughly and thank you for your patience with this process. We are hoping to have a response within 72 hours of receiving application, but may exceed that by a few days.

Our main responsibility is to make sure the right applicants are awarded the ReviewerCard. We take this application process seriously and look forward to responding as quickly as possible.

Once again, thanks for your patience and feel free to email any questions in the interim.


ReviewerCard Team

Best Under The Radar Hotels In Los Angeles


When most people come to Los Angeles, they end up booking a hotel in some noisy section of Hollywood , in a neighborhood without access to quick public transportation or even worse, miles away from the sights they want to see in L.A. Booking a hotel in Los Angeles can be tricky if you aren’t familiar with its sprawling neighborhoods, but once you know you’re way around this town, you can find some of the most comfortable, hip, and chic places to rest your head. So, Reviewer Card is giving you the best hotels that in general, fly under the tourist radar.

1. Shade (in Manhattan Beach)

Shade is a newish addition to this quiet coastal enclave known for stunning beach front property, a quaint fishing pier and Main Street, and plenty of California’s famed surf spots lining the coast. Tucked in at Shade, you’ll have access to some of the most coveted views and nightlife spots in southern California. At night, visit the Shade’s very own Zinc bar for drinks with locals and westside Angelenos. Website

2. Farmer’s Daughter

Located across the street from CBS studios, The Grove and Farmer’s Market, and geographically located near L.A.’s 3rd Street eateries, Farmer’s Daughter is one of those hotels that suits basic needs and at a low cost. Despite the lack of bells and whistles, Farmer’s Daughter is still pretty chic and has quirky hotel rooms — think along the lines of the Ace Hotel. Added bonus? You can easily line-up outside of CBS studios for a taping of The Price is Right. Website

3. Villa Delle Stelle

Can’t stand to stay in the middle of Hollywood, but still crave the luxury of the golden age of Hollywood? Then stay at Villa Delle Stelle, a converted mansion that used to be owned by Dudley Moore’s wife. This boutique hotel caters to Suite and Bungalow vacationers — inside  which you’ll even find kitchens and dining tables. Have an extended stay in Los Angeles and don’t want to give up the comforts of home and want to be treated like a 50’s Hollywood celebrity? Then stay at Villa Delle Stelle. Website

4. Mr. C’s

Located on the outer edges of Beverly Hills, Mr. C’s is luxury hotel outfitted in fine Italian leather, mid-century touches, and some of the best customer service you’ll find in LA. With the addition of  mod hotel pool, a divine cocktail bar complete with all the mixologist fixings, and an Italian fine-dining restaurant — you may never have to leave the premises.

5. Shangri-LA

After a 30 million dollar renovation, the once shabby around the edges, art deco-inspired hotel is back and in the same column as its luxury counterparts. Located in the heart of Santa Monica’s oceanside walk and shopping district, the Shangri-La is your beach destination while staying in Los Angeles. Website

Wishing You Wonderful Experiences This Year!


The ReviewerCard team wishes you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.  We’d also like to wish you a year filled with extraordinary experiences around the world.  Whether you’re traveling to new places in your current city or venturing far overseas, may you have incredible encounters on your journey.

We hope that more businesses strive to provide the best possible consumer-friendly service as well.  An interesting story from LA Times writer David Lazarus talks about just this.  Feel free to read here.

Keep us posted of your adventures around the world and remember to nominate your Top Choices as well.

Upgrade your experiences around the world!

Reviewer Card Top Place: Le Bouquinistes In Paris, France


The Seine River meanders through the city of lights like a gentle serpent, observing the goings-on of Parisians for centuries now. Criss-crossed by almost 30 extravagant and mundane bridges, these crossing points flourish with Parisian day-to-day life. The banks of the Seine River serve as homes to strolling residents, artisans selling crafts, master crepe makers, and booksellers — called “bouquinistes” in French.

These keepers of the beauty that is the written word, bound in antique leather or worn paperback, serve as the inspiration behind the restaurant Le Bouquiniste, located along Saint Germain des Pres, just a stones throw away from the Pont Neuf and Notre Dame. Not only does Le Bouquinistes serves ‘plats’ and ‘entrees’ foodies well-versed in gastronomique will cherish (see their suckling pig confit with salsify and mashed potatoes), but the service and overall experience you’ll receive at this Latin Quarter restaurant has ensured its place in the Reviewer Card Top Place.

Just as “le bouquinistes” of the Seine protect French literary culture in their little fold-up shops, Guy Savoy of Le Bouquinistes is protecting the culinary prowess of France — one satisfied customer at a time.

Le Bouquinsites
53, quai des Grands Augustins, 75006 PARIS
Director: Cédric Jossot
E-mail: bouquinistes@guysavoy.com
Tel: +33 (0) 1 43 25 45 94
Fax: +33 (0) 1 43 25 23 07

Winter Retreat: Joshua Tree and Desert Hot Springs


Winter is normally associated with the onset of gaudy holiday decoration, heaps of white snow, and plenty of warm drinks. This rendition of winter may be enjoyable to some, but to others, warmer climates are sought during the winter months — the Caribbean mostly.

However, the south eastern edge of California is quickly becoming a destination for sun worshippers, art enthusiasts, and seasoned travellers looking to escape shovelling snow for weeks on end. Joshua Tree, Palm Springs, and Desert Hot Springs are the places to visit in California’s desert region when you just can’t bear to look at your winter coat any longer.

In addition to favorable weather, there is plenty of natural beauty, particularly in the Joshua Tree National Park. The curling cacti look like something out of a Dr. Seuss book and the night skies are illuminated and star-pocked, something city-dwellers don’t see often due to light pollution. Once you’ve spent some time in the Joshua Tree, wander into the many cultural points of interest in the surrounding cities.

Pioneertown is a outpost that still hangs onto it’s “old west” roots. Check in at Pappy and Harriets for a live Folk/Americana show. Or, visit Desert Hot Springs and its plethora of warm mineral baths  at various hotels and spas. Palm Springs is full of rich architectural history from the mid-century era and showcases some of the best modern hotels and residences to languish in until winter ceases, like the Riviera Palm Springs:

Do you have any favorite hot spots for winter travel? If so, tell us about your ideal vacation away from the cold.

Congrats to our first International Top Place!


We like to announce the first international nomination for Top Place:


The Westin Excelsior, Rome is known for outstanding service in an exceptional setting. Dine on Roman favorites at Restaurant Doney, enjoy a personalized workout with a trainer in the health club or indulge in a shiatsu massage in their spa.

Top Place Award for ReviewerCard

Via Veneto, 125  00187 Province of Rome, Italy
06 47081

Visit The Excelsior Website

Criteria was based on outstanding service and hospitality presented to guests.  Make sure to present your ReviewerCard upon check-in at this beautiful location.

ReviewerCard is a first-of-its-kind membership card and community for reviewers. Among our members are the most active users of many of today’s popular review sites. Members enjoy use of exclusive membership card and access to frequent networking events held throughout the year.  We will be announcing more international Top Place recipients in the near future as well.  Thanks for all the phenomenal submissions from our members.

Keep upgrading your experiences around the world with the ReviewerCard!

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