BANGALORE, India, April 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- After successfully making its presence felt in India, HeyBnb, a leading alternate stays BnB online marketplace and hospitality service specializing in Group Stays has expanded its operations into Europe and the United States. The company has now aggressively expanded its base to 28 countries including India and has scaled up its presence to more than 25,000 properties worldwide. HeyBnb is now present in more than 2,000 cities all around the world including more than 70 cities in India. The company is now targeting the South & South East Asian countries including Singapore, Nepal, Bhutan, Thailand and Sri Lanka in its next phase of expansion.
The company, officially launched in late 2016, enables people to list or rent short term Homestays, BnB set-ups and unique exotic stay options ranging from Tree Houses, Camps, Tents to even an Island in the locales of Kerala, India. HeyBnb ensures that across all of its listings, its guests have a seamless customer service focused quality and a lifetime experience. The company has a unique value proposition for Group Stays by offering extremely competitive pricing for 4-10 person groups. Until now, India has not seen a service provider specializing in providing accommodations for groups. HeyBnb's unique proposition in group stays has generated a great deal of attention since its recent launch in India. "We have been remarkably impressed with the number of people who were looking for Group Stay options in India and abroad and HeyBnb is poised to be the market leader in this space," said Kenny Blatt, Co-Founder of HeyBnb.
The Bangalore based start-up currently operates in various exotic locales of India like Coorg, Chikmagalur, Wayanad and Thekkady in addition to the main urban hubs of the country. HeyBnb is now present in 28 countries including Spain, Austria, Thailand, the Netherlands, Germany and the United States and is adding new countries monthly.
HeyBnb has also launched its next generation of Android and iOS App which makes the exploring and booking on its App a whole new seamless experience. The most interesting new feature on the App is the Toggle between Guest and Host mode where a guest can become a host by listing his own property and a host can become a guest by booking one of the properties from HeyBnb's large database. "This feature really allows our customers to be our partners by not only booking a stay but at the same time listing on HeyBnb," said Mr. Blatt.
HeyBnb is currently working with many Indian travelers who are going abroad during the upcoming summer vacations with great vacation rental and stay options along with 24/7 dedicated customer service support. The company is also running a Welcome Drive special promotion where a guest can receive a 20% discount when using HeyBnb for their first booking at www.heybnbworld.com.
Emerging as a swiftly growing global company, HeyBnb was established in late 2016. With its headquarters in Singapore and business operations in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, HeyBnb is a trusted online marketplace and hospitality service that provides users to list, explore and book short stay accommodations in India and around the world whether it be from a mobile phone, tablet or online. HeyBnb is currently operating in more than 70 cities in India and 28 countries all over the world. With more than 25,000 listings, HeyBnb brings together hosts wishing to earn extra money from extra space in their properties and the travellers seeking comfortable and affordable alternate stays via internet.
Founded by Kenny Blatt, Stan Dong and Nitesh Shetty, HeyBnb is the best accommodation partner of all flavours and sizes in the most affordable ranges. Now you don't have to keep postponing your summer vacation plans to make it abroad. Go ahead and make a booking!!
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