BANGALORE - With the global travel and tourism industry seeing geometric growth over the next 10 years, the online booking industry's share of this business is growing at an even faster pace. The booking of vacation rentals online is leading such growth in both bookings and revenue. HeyBnb, a major global player in the alternate stay market, is integrating state-of-the-art user-friendly technology to facilitate ease of posting online properties for its hosts and a seamless intuitive booking process for its guests. Today, HeyBnb officially launches Virtual Front Desk - its anytime anywhere customer service desk for both guests and hosts. "We are very excited to incorporate our hospitality focus for our guests and hosts. Virtual Front Desk is the start of this platform and compliments our guest's needs quite well as a result of our 'Groupify' campaign," said Kenny Blatt, HeyBnb Co-Founder and Director.
HeyBnb launched its 'Groupify' campaign last month to provide customized experiences to guests travelling in groups of 4-10 or more. Through this unique focus on group stays, HeyBnb promises to provide a wide selection of the most competitive offers and options for group travel. Its Virtual Front Desk[TM] handles special group requests to help select and negotiate accommodations with our hosts. Travelers from different parts of the world can travel in groups and stay with their group and enjoy a unique personalized experience. Guests and hosts also have the ability to chat on the HeyBnb app which allows for a seamless booking process.
Rapidly expanding, HeyBnb is now present in 40+ countries including Italy, France, Germany, Austria, UK, Spain, Greece, Denmark, Sweden, Cuba and the United States. Based in Bangalore, India, HeyBnb is becoming the first choice for India nationals traveling abroad. With a presence in over 100 cities in India and Southeast Asia, HeyBnb is cementing its hold on the local and inbound travel to major tourist destinations like Goa, Rajasthan, Kerala, Kashmir, Sikkim and Bangkok. "HeyBnb's growth has been contagious within India for inbound and outbound travelers along with our growing international customer bookings," said Mr. Blatt.