The culture of travel is extremely diverse in India. There are varied segments of the Indian traveller, each with its unique characteristic and demand. The diversity in culture comes into play even when we are planning our annual vacation. The family traveller has needs different from the solo tripper, and needless to say, their accommodation requirements aren’t the same either. While hotels cater to a general audience, alternate accommodation like cottages, villas, hostels etc. are fast becoming a plausible option for all segments. Enter Rightstay.
Rightstay is the way you should have been travelling all along. It is the “right” way to stay – on your own terms. We’re not just facilitating a booking, we’re in the business of building a community, connecting hosts to travellers, nurturing relationships that enhance the overall experience of travel in India.
Deepak Tuli, Senior Vice President – Growth Business, MakeMyTrip said, “It is our constant endeavor to be the one stop destination for consumers’ travel needs. In search of authentic experiences, travellers are now looking for diverse accommodation options. With Rightstay, we want to be able to offer a ‘home away home’ experience to our customers. We hope to leverage the demand, traffic and brand advantage that we have and create a unique position for ourselves in the alternate accommodation category. We already have a head-start with more than 10,000 properties across 200 cities live on Rightstay.”
Our aim: 100,000 properties by end of 2017.