Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy is a curated collection of approximately 1 million rental homes in approximately 700 vacation destinations worldwide.
Marriott International has launched Homes & Villas by Marriott Bonvoy, a curated collection of rental homes in India. It is a curated and growing collection of approximately 1 million rental homes in approximately 700 vacation destinations around the world, the company says. In India, it is in talks with a professional management company and plans to launch around 500 apartments in 2023.
Professionally maintained and fully furnished luxury holiday homes. According to the statement, India is a traveler’s paradise and this allows the company to promote high-end luxury rentals, from condos to luxurious multi-bedroom villas with private swimming pools.
Marriott International has clear plans for entering the Indian market. In the first phase, houses are rented in major tourist destinations such as Goa, Alibaug, Lonavla, Mahabaleshwar, and Kasauli, followed by Khandala, Karjat, Nashik, Patna, Pune, Ooty, Coorg, Konur and Mahabaleshwar in the west and south. of India. In the north, it will be concentrated in places such as Mussoorie/Dehradun, Nainital, Bhimtal, Kasauli, Shimla, Manali, Srinagar, Rishikesh, Udaipur, and Jaipur. This property is listed in the award-winning Marriott Marriott Bonvoy travel program.
Jennifer Hsieh vice president of the brand globally said, “We have been looking at the Indian market for a long time, thanks to the potential it offers in the travel and housing sectors. Luxury private home rentals are the topmost choice for affluent travelers in India given the ease, bespoke experiences, and facilities they offer. They have become popular recently as people want to enjoy their travels no holds barred. These are spaces not only for people to spend quality time with their loved ones but also facilitate remote working for professionals. Marriott International works meticulously with selected professional property management groups to craft the ultimate experience.”