Published on : Tuesday, July 14, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic had unprecedentedly put a halt to all activities in the hospitality sector. Now with the lockdown lifted and the business world gradually gathering momentum, Zostel, India’s leading budget hospitality, leisure and traveling brand which defines itself as a community-led the experience-driven ecosystem is introducing a campaign titled #movein with Zostel. One of the largest and oldest networks of hostels and homes in the country, Zostel will be offering value-driven holiday packages spanning over 15, 21 and 30 days at its various operational properties starting from 13th July 2020. The properties enlisted will cover scenic holiday destinations such as Bengaluru, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Mysore, etc.
#movein with Zostel is a noble initiative that seeks to extend invitations to people who wish to work from a pristine and offbeat location and unwind by reconnecting with nature after being confined indoors over a span of three months. The guests have the choice of working from a scenic locale or just relaxing and soaking in the beauty of the place to get over their lockdown memories, far away from the hustle and bustle of urban life.
Keeping in mind the deep longing felt by people for the ‘great outdoors’ after being stuck indoors for such a long period, Zostel is presenting tourists and vacationers a wonderful opportunity with its wide range of long stay packages for them to treat themselves to a choice of fun-filled staycations and workcations. The 15-day dormitory package starts at Rs. 4000 while the 30-day dorm package starts at Rs. 7000 and the 15-day private room package starts at Rs. 10,000 while the 30-day private package is starting for Rs 18,000.
The company has further ensured that all its hospitality sites, which fall under the aforementioned package strictly comply with the mandatory health and safety precautions as instructed by the health fraternity. This includes the compulsory wearing of masks for all staff and guests, constant sanitization of human touchpoints, practicing physical and social distancing, etc.
Commenting on this needful initiative, Mr. Dharamveer Singh Chouhan, Co-founder & CEO, Zostel, said, “This has been a challenging financial year for the entire hospitality sector due to the detrimental impact of the novel Covid-19 pandemic that struck us early this year. But now as things return to normalcy, we, at Zostel, are pleased to launch an exciting spree of budget-friendly stay packages for those who are embracing this new trend of domestic traveling after a terribly long time stuck indoors and seek to reunite with Mother Nature.”
Zostel has been in the business of providing quirky, secure, hygienic and affordable backpacker hostels and homes to young travelers at new destinations for more than 6 years now. It is known for its high-rated, popular hostels among the millennial backpackers.