Global hotel technology company OYO on Monday announced up to 60 per cent discount for Indian tourists planning to travel to Dubai during the festive period. They can book their stay at OYO properties in Dubai.
OYO has a network of over 130 properties including OYO Smart and OYO Homes in Dubai located in key regions such as Marina, Business Bay, Jebel Ali, Sports City and Discovery Garden. The festive discount offer for Indian tourists will be available from October 11 to 31, 2023, and guests will be able to book their stay at OYO properties in Dubai until December 31, 2023.
OYO users can avail this discount by logging into the OYO app or website and then select the city and choose the eligible property. They must select the coupon code ‘OYOSPLDEAL’ and then press the Book now and pay at the hotel option.
The plan is aligned with Dubai’s focus on attracting more visitors from India, including emerging metropolitan areas such as Jaipur, Lucknow, Guwahati, Bhubaneswar and Chandigarh.
Speaking about OYO’s special pricing plan for Indian tourists, Karan Ashok, Director, OYO Middle East, said, “We are excited to welcome our guests from India this festive season. OYO’s festive season discount plan for “Dubai is available for a limited time. With our discounts, flexible booking options and complementary services, we aim to ensure that every Indian traveler has a memorable experience in Dubai.”
Dubai, with its world-class attractions, luxury shopping and stunning landscapes, has been a dream destination for many Indian tourists. It has the tallest building in the world (the Burj Khalifa), the largest artificial island in the world (the Palm Jumeirah) and the largest shopping center in the world (Dubai Mall).
Dubai has also become a foodie’s paradise, offering everything from unique cafes to exclusive chocolate boutiques.
A report by the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism states that India is the top country of origin for foreign travelers. An estimated 46 lakh international visitors traveled to Dubai in the first quarter of 2023, compared to about 39 lakh tourists during the same period in 2022.
India also emerged as the largest source market for foreign tourists with approximately 800,000 tourists, closely followed by Russia (470,000), the United Kingdom (390,000) and Saudi Arabia (350,000), the report said.
Earlier this month, OYO announced up to 60 per cent discount for Indian tourists at OYO hotels in Thailand. The company has a network of more than 170 hotels throughout Thailand, including budget and premium properties.
OYO’s footprint in Thailand spans the country’s top destinations such as Pattaya, Phuket, Chiang Mai and Krabi, and commercial cities such as Bangkok, Rayong and Chonburi.