OYO launches special privileges for bravery award winners and families
New Delhi [India], Feb. 6 (ANI): OYO, India's largest hotel chain, partnered with IPS Central Association (ICA) to offer special benefits to the bravery award winners in the Indian police force and their families. The privilege will be extended to the winners of the Jeevan Rakshak Padak, Gallantry Medal and President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service.
The awardees can utilise the benefits in the form of special concessions at all OYO hotels for personal purposes. In addition, OYO is also offering concessional rates and dedicated accommodation services to ICA members, other police force and their families.
"Our sincere appreciation to the OYO's decision to offer special services to our brave police force and we will be happy to support this initiative. OYO has a wide network of hotels in India and thus we hope that a significant number of the medal winners and their families will be able to benefit from this offer," said P V Rama Sastry, IPS, Secretary, IPS (Central) Association.
"We are honoured to offer our services to the brave hearts of the Indian police force and their families, as a mark of our gratitude and respect for their valour, selfless service and sacrifice for the country. It is a matter of great pride for the OYO family across 200 cities in India. We look forward to serve them and assist them in their travel needs," added Ritesh Agarwal – Founder and CEO, OYO.
OYO is the pioneer of affordable, predictable accommodation in the Indian hospitality sector. It has several consumer friendly touch-points such as the OYO App which allows guests to control every aspect of their experience – from booking hotel and cabs, to ordering food – from their Smartphone.
OYO Captains are a unique concierge service to ensure smooth travelling and on-stay experience. OYO currently operates over 70,000 rooms in 200 cities in India and Malaysia. OYO has also recently launched OYO Townhouse – a new category of neighbourhood hotels designed to function as social hotspots. (ANI)