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05 Oct 2018

Celebrate love with BookinBro's premium hotels for married, unmarried couples

Celebrate love with BookinBro

Love knows no age, reason, or boundaries, and we should never stop celebrating it.

That's exactly what BookinBro, a young Indian start-up hopes to do - break taboos by offering premium hotel rooms for all.

The service is available all across India and can be utilized by anybody, be it an unmarried 18-year-old or a couple celebrating their 50th anniversary.

Here's more.

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Celebrate love with BookinBro
More than 500 premium hotels, local IDs allowed

500+ hotels

More than 500 premium hotels, local IDs allowed

We all know unmarried couples often face problems while checking-in at hotels, but BookinBro quashes those issues by allowing local ID check-ins. They claim "they won't bug you to prove your identity."

Further, the start-up has partnered with 500+ hotels across several Indian cities. All you have to do is carry a valid ID card for check-in.

Notably, they are LGBTQ friendly as well.

Booking flexibility

Pay for how many hours you stay

Further, BookinBro won't ask you to pay for the time you're not staying.

So, if you're on a holiday or on a tight schedule, you can choose a time slot, say 11 am to 7 pm, and go ahead with your plan without shelling out any extra money.

The facility not just gives added flexibility, but also works for those on a tight budget.

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Multipurpose rooms with all-time support

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Multipurpose rooms with all-time support

More importantly, BookinBro's premium, luxury, and budgeted hotels are not just for couples.

These are multipurpose rooms, which means anybody, from a YouTube vlogger to a business traveler, can book the rooms for a short or long stay.

Additionally, the start-up offers 24X7 assistance to make sure you have a comfortable stay.

To start celebrating, visit BookinBro here: https://bookinbro.com/

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