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CuddlyNest Surpasses 60,000 Properties Across India, Marking The Occasion With India-exclusive Holi Sale

CuddlyNest Surpasses 60,000 Properties Across India, Marking The Occasion With India-exclusive Holi Sale

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CuddlyNest Surpasses 60,000 Properties Across India, Marking The Occasion With India-exclusive Holi Sale

Orlando, Florida — We’re pleased to share that we have surpassed 60,000 property listings in India between our inventory of hotels, hostels, vacation homes, cabins, and other unique stays.

CuddlyNest properties are available country-wide and include favorites from the InterContinental Hotels, Hilton, Marriott, OYO Hotels & Homes, along with all the world’s leading hospitality groups in virtually all major cities across the country, with the highest inventory of properties located in Mumbai, New Delhi, and Calcutta. Vacation homes include cabins, bungalows, and unique stays in top Indian domestic destinations such as Goa and Rajasthan.

We’re marking the occasion during Holi Festival, launching the India-exclusive sale “HOLI HAI” for stays across the country. The sale includes discounts up to 29% redeemable until March 29, 2021. Customers can book accommodation well in advance and stay by December 31, 2021, allowing them a wide window in planning.

“I’m thrilled that we have reached this milestone in my very own home country, and we’re looking forward to unraveling big plans for the Indian market,” commented CuddlyNest Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Ritesh Raj. Originally from the Bihar region, Raj co-founded CuddlyNest in 2017 out of Orlando, Florida.

The news comes at a time when optimism for projected inbound travel begins to steadily increase, as evidenced by the Common Agenda set by the Hotel Association of India (HAI) in March 2021 where 150 delegates from the tourism industry united to make tourism “viable, sustainable, accessible & affordable”.

We also recently introduced Nitin Manchanda as Chief Growth Officer, a few months following our announcement of our additional $US6M funding raise.

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