Published On: Mon, Dec 21st, 2015

Vista Rooms launches Business spaces at Rs.299/-

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· Plans to open Vista Lounge in over 200 properties pan India in 2016

· Vista Rooms is utilizing unused spaces at hotels to offer standardized business centers with offer high speed Wi-fi, complimentary tea/coffee, printing facilities and a gambit of other support services

· Vista Lounge rates start at Rs. 299 per person on a daily basis / Rs. 1,699 on a weekly basis / Rs. 5,999 per month

· Vista Lounge is a wallet-friendly alternative to business centres such as Regus and co-working spaces such as 91 Springboard

Vista Rooms launches Business spaces at Rs.299

Mumbai, 15th December, 2015 – India’s fastest growing online budget hotel aggregator, Vista Rooms has launched Vista Lounge, a network of affordable business centres and meeting spaces at its hotels. Vista Lounge has been launched across select properties in Mumbai and the company aims to cross 200 Vista Lounges in 2016. The focal intent is to provide office spaces and meeting spaces to business travellers, small satellite teams of corporates, SMEs, startups and freelancers who struggle to find convenient, yet affordable places to work from. Partnered with their extensive network of 700+ hotels across 80+ cities, Vista Rooms will help hoteliers set up business lounges with amenities required like printers, scanners and high speed Wi-Fi.

Vista Lounges have a flexible fee structure and location options. Customers who register with Vista Lounge can work out of one location on one day and a different location the next day. This will be particularly useful to businessmen who travel frequently and need office space in different locations. Vista Lounge rates start at Rs. 299 per person daily / Rs. 1,699 per week / Rs. 5,999 per month.

Vista Rooms commands the largest inventory for tier II, tier II cities and their latest addition would attract business travellers to big and small cities. The competitive rates were introduced keeping in mind the customers who are on a stringent budget.

Ankita Sheth, Co-Founder and Head of Partnerships, Vista Rooms, commented on the launch “Getting affordable working spaces is a challenge faced by both small and well established businesses. We have been receiving several queries from customers for business centres and meeting spaces. Vista Lounge was created to tap into this demand for affordable business centres.

Vista Lounges will change the way unused space is being utilized in budget hotels and by turning them into a stay plus business facility model is a win win situation for budgte hoteliers and customers.”

Vista Lounge has been flagged off with 3 hotels in Mumbai, by the end of the month 5 more Vista Lounges will be active in Mumbai. Vista Rooms plans to expand their Vista Lounges to all the Metros and certain smaller business cities such as Indore, Jaipur, Kochi and Coimbatore. By 2016, Vista lounge will be operational in 200 Vista Rooms properties across India.

Amit Damani, Co–Founder and Head of Marketing, commented “We have been constantly striving to create value for our customers. Along with providing basic amenities and special discounts for taxi services, restaurants, gyms etc, with Vista Lounge, we plan to leverage our team’s knowledge and expertise about the startup ecosystem.
We would be providing advisory support to startup’s who need advice on different aspects like legal, marketing, fundraising etc. Vista Lounge will make for easy access to affordable business centre facilities across the country and provide with excellent networking opportunities for companies using our service.”

About Vista Rooms: Vista Rooms is the largest player in the tier II, tier III markets when it comes to budget hotel accommodation with their numbers rapidly crossing over 80+ locations and 700 properties in six months of their inception. Vista Rooms was born out of a collective intent to standardize budget hotels in India and add a touch of luxury. Vista Rooms is spreading its network in smaller cities such as Mangalore, Coorg, Coimbatore, Ooty, Coonoor, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Pushkar, Hampi, Munnar, Thekkady, Hosur, Salem, Nashik, Shirdi, Kolhapur, Aurangabad, Belgaum, Lonavala, Vapi, Surat, Bharuch, Valsad, Baroda, Rajkot etc along with major urbanised hubs such as Mumbai and Pune.

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