Oyo Hotels and Homes now available in Arabic

The hospitality group has also launched the service in other languages

Oyo plans to roll out additional International language support in the coming months in a phased manner.
Oyo plans to roll out additional International language support in the coming months in a phased manner.

Oyo Hotels & Homes’ new multilingual support for its customer and mobile web platforms will also include Arabic, the group announced.

The ‘Change language’ functionality will enable users to easily switch from English to Arabic.

Commenting on the launch, Anil Goel, group chief technology & product officer, Oyo Hotels & Homes, said: “At Oyo, customer experience is a priority. With this multilingual support, we aim to make user interactions hassle-free and convenient, further adding to the overall customer experience across the world. We believe that Arabic language support will make us more accessible to customers in UAE.”

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Apart from English and Arabic, the multilingual support is also available in Bahasa, Vietnamese and Hindi.

Oyo plans to roll out additional International language support in the coming months in a phased manner.

Earlier this year, Airbnb had announced that its services will be available in Arabic

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