Although smart tourism has received considerable research attention, few studies have investigated the determinants of how tourists evaluate their service experiences. This study attempted to explore how business value proposition shapes the functional and emotional outcomes of travel experiences and influences the evaluation of service experiences. The results indicated that novelty positively affected perceived enjoyment, and complementarity and efficiency significantly influenced perceived usefulness. Furthermore, both perceived enjoyment and perceived usefulness positively affected the evaluation of service experience. Finally, this study confirmed the nonrecursive relationship between perceived enjoyment and perceived usefulness.