The popular holiday company SOTC Travel announced the launch of Homestays in partnership with OYO Hotels & Homes, World’s sixth largest chain of hotels, homes & living spaces to provide unmatched accommodation for domestic travellers. The service available across sixteen major cities in India which incorporates Kochi, Lonavala, Dehradun, Dharamshala, Pondicherry, Coorg, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Bhubaneswar and others. These properties are located amongst lovely local neighbourhoods and come with great convenience and reliableness.
The homes offered are utterly private and provide high-quality amenities and are well serviced for the convenience of the travellers. These homes are fully furnished and a few of them even have an in-house restaurant. This is to offer travellers a chance to try out an array of native delicacies – all in the comfort of a homestay. With this association, SOTC Travel aims to attract its domestic customers by providing new and fascinating experiences.
Daniel D’souza, President & Country Head, Leisure, SOTC Travel said, “With the increasing demand for homestays, SOTC in partnership with OYO can offer the experience of a homestay for the first time to its travelers. this could be the most authentic domestic travel experience. The well-traveled consumer these days is searching for smart accommodation at reasonable costs, additional facilities, and convenience. OYO will help cater to the demands of our customers across segments that include families, honeymooners solo travellers, millennial looking at a ‘home away from home’ experience at competent costs.”
Puneet Yadav, Business Head, OYO Home said, “We are pleased to partner with SOTC Travel, a brand renowned for their unique travel offerings. The new age traveller these days is showing an increasing appetite for various travel experiences especially with choices like homestays becoming extremely popular. With a common passion to provide guests across geographies unforgettable travel experiences, we strongly believe that this partnership are going to be very helpful for the modern traveller.”