India’s Oyo officially launches service across Japan

Services are available in more than 100 hotels

Oyo had commenced operations in Japan in April this year through a joint venture with the SoftBank Group
Oyo had commenced operations in Japan in April this year through a joint venture with the SoftBank Group

India’s budget-hospitality chain Oyo Hotels has officially launched its services in Japan in more than 100 hotels across 50 plus cities including Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto.

Oyo had commenced operations in Japan in April this year through a joint venture with the SoftBank Group.

Ritesh Agarwal, founder and group CEO, OYO Hotels and Homes, said: “As the world's second-largest hotel chain, we are focused on expanding our presence and offering great hospitality experiences to over 3.2 billion middle-income travellers in the world. The service launch with more than 100 hotels in Japan is a step forward in that direction. We will continue to be invested in driving efficient growth in Japan and across the globe."

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Backed by an innovative business model and technology-led operational capabilities, Oyo Hotels Japan, offers enables travellers in Japan to experience #LivingTheGoodLife and creates increased business opportunities for several real estate owners in Japan.

Commenting on the services, Prasun Choudhary, operating partner, OYO Hotels Japan, said, “We are very excited to launch hotel operations and extend our offering of good quality, beautifully designed, comfortable and ‘value-chic’ accommodations to domestic and international travellers in Japan. The 100+ hotel milestone, in a span of six months, is a big moment for us and further fuels our passion to continue to drive growth across the country while delivering quality customer service and empowering asset owners to run a sustainable business.”

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