Travel booking website Yatra has launched two new types of accommodation options for travellers, TG Rooms and TG Stays. Both stay options will be bookable via Yatra and Travelguru either on their own or as a part of a holiday package. The TG Rooms option will include various budget hotel rooms branded by Yatra, similar to Oyo Rooms or Zo Rooms. The company claims these rooms will include hotel and guesthouse options and offer free amenities like wifi, air conditioning, breakfast and free cancellation. According to the company it will tie up with hotels for these rooms, although it will take care of quality assurance and brand it as TG Rooms. The TG Stays on the other hand, offers verified homestays in various cities across the country. Speaking to Medianama, Yatra informed us that it already listed verified homes for stay on the platform, and will now tie-up with some of these homeowners to offer it as the branded option TG Stays. The company further said that as of now, homeowners have to be present when guests arrive, or have a caretaker. Homeowners can rent out single rooms (paying guest style) or rent out the entire house. Yatra also said that it would eventually look to provide caretakers for homeowners if they don’t have one. As of now, Yatra claims to have launched over 500 staying options in 60 cities including both TG Rooms and Stays, with both types of rooms starting at Rs 499. Overall, the company claims to…
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