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OYO, India's largest hospitality company, has announced the 'Big Rain Gain Sale' in 42 holiday destinations in India. Hotels start at Rs 799 in 25 cities, while hotels are available for Rs. 999 in all 42 cities.
The offer is valid for bookings made between July 11 and July 15, with check-in period between July 11 and August 31. Travelers can select OYO hotels at lowest-prices in destinations such as Goa, Jaipur, Manali, Shimla, Nainital, Ooty, Munnar, Coorg, and Lonavala.
Travelers can book hotel rooms starting Rs. 799 in cities including Goa, Mussoorie, Coorg, Munnar, Kochi, Mysore, Ooty, Pondicherry, Jaipur, Udaipur, Agra and Amritsar. OYO hotels at Rs. 999 are available in Dharamshala, McLeod Ganj, Shimla, Manali, Alappuzha, Wayanad, Kovalam, and Kanyakumari.
"We have established a robust presence across India's leisure market to ensure that lakhs of travellers can access predictable and standardized accommodation in both peak and off-season. With OYO, you can head for a holiday whenever the impulse strikes, since all our hotels are quality-checked for cleanliness and hygiene besides being equipped with convenient facilities such as WiFi and complimentary breakfast. With hotels starting Rs. 799, the Big Rain Gain sale encourages travellers to tap into their wanderlust and explore India's top holiday destinations," founder and CEO OYO, Ritesh Agarwal.
"We have therefore tied up with a partner to curate on-ground activities in five popular destinations to ensure we can cater to our guests' holiday expectations." In a bid to enhance the on-ground experience, OYO is offering handpicked activities like Heritage Food Walk in Jaipur, South Goa Exploration, Trek to Tiffin Top in Nainital, a day's trip to Wagah Border (for bookings in Amritsar) and Bhatoli Village (near Mussoorie)," added Ritesh.
OYO is the global pioneer of a new business model created in India, as it partnered with hotels to standardize and transform their rooms to deliver a hassle-free experience to guests. OYO has now become India's largest hospitality company serving leisure, pilgrimage, and business travelers.
Every OYO comes with a promise of air-conditioned, spacious rooms, free WiFi, complimentary breakfast and round the clock customer care. The company has been on the forefront of modernizing the small and budget hotels category in the region. OYO has recently introduced OYO Captains, a unique concierge service to ensure smooth travelling and on-stay experience.
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