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Officials aim to convert travellers into confirmed guests with the new website

LEVA Hotels & Resorts has launched a new corporate website showcasing the brand’s product facilities and offers, officials revealed.

The website also features intuitive site mapping with minimal scrolling and clicking requirements.

Speaking about the website, J.S. Anand, founder and chief executive officer of LEVA Hotels & Resorts, said: “Our new website stayleva.com is designed to offer both owners and guests comprehensive information about our group and brands while providing a personalised and user-friendly experience with a value proposition. The ultimate goal is to convert interested travellers into confirmed guests with structured, engaging, quick and interactive navigation.”

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The hospitality group currently has a portfolio of four hotel brands in the upscale and midscale segments.

LEVA Hotels & Resorts was launched earlier this year in a partnership with Ahmed Bin Khalaf Al Otaiba, chairman of Trizac Holding Group, Siraj Finance.

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