MENA’s online travel marketplace Wego partners with HomeAway

Wego, an online travel marketplace in MENA has announced its new partnership with vacation rental industry — HomeAway

Travel, Tourism

Wego, an online travel marketplace in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has announced its new partnership with vacation rental industry — HomeAway.

 

This partnership, according to the company, will include worldwide properties listed on HomeAway in Wego’s search results. According to Wego, travellers will be able to access 2 million places across 190 countries through HomeAway.

Commenting on the partnership, Anna Trushkina, Director of Hotels at Wego said: “We are delighted to work with HomeAway. Homes availability is a great addition to hotel accommodation options, especially in urban destinations like Paris, London, New York and some regional destinations like Marrakesh, Beirut, Amman, Istanbul and others.”

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According to the company, Wego aims to compare a range of accommodation options available in the marketplace.

Christophe Pingard, Vice President EMEA, HomeAway, said, “HomeAway is thrilled with this new opportunity of bringing our unique places to stay to Wego´s MENA users.”

 Anna added: “A quarter of KSA users are searching for more than one room during their trip planning on Wego. HomeAway vacation rental options makes a perfect match with the growing demand for a larger place and a longer stay, we’ve been observing with our users from KSA and the rest from the MENA region.”

 

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