Slicerooms Launches Stay Less, Pay Less Hotel Rooms
Food & Health|January 2019

This is the story of slicerooms.com a redefining concept in hotel stays that makes available hotel rooms for the shortest of stays irrespective of the city or the class of hotel.

This is what Managing Director of the innovator of this concept had to say, “I usually travel to Delhi and Mumbai for impromptu meetings which may be for two to three hours. I usually attend these meetings by taking a morning flight and returning to Chennai, by evening flight. For this short meetings either with some of bank officials or for some liaison work at Mumbai/Delhi we usually arrange to a board room in a hotel or at times have these meetings, at any one of the five star hotel’s lobby depending on the time availability. As a hotelier myself, I was able to immediately connect to the idea that so many busy executives and businessmen out there are in need of hotel rooms for a short stay of two or three hours across all major cities and town in India. These short stay rooms are in demand across all hotel categories right from star hotels to the local standard hotels. This was the inspiration for the concept of SLICEROOMS or slicerooms.com”.

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