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Nawatan.com hits 3,000 rooms in 48 cities


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Sri Lanka’s foremost online accommodation platform, Nawatan.com, empowering small and medium scale accommodation providers and revolutionising the industry in Sri Lanka has hit the 3,000 room mark in 48 cities establishing their leadership. Up to date Nawatan.com has Sri Lanka’s largest inventory of home stay units, holiday bungalows, guest houses, hotels, apartments, small boutique hotels and camp sites. It is the leading travel booking platform for finding and booking budget accommodation anywhere in Sri Lanka. “Local and foreign travellers are able to find clean and comfortable places to stay anywhere in Sri Lanka through the Nawatan.com website. Nawatan.com is the only travel booking website in Sri Lanka that has a large pre-screened inventory of clean and comfortable rooms. Every property that is a part of the ‘Nawatan Certified’ accommodation network is checked by Nawatan.com staff for a set of standards. We are the only travel booking website that has local staff on the ground,” said Nawatan.com CEO Hasini Ranasinghe. “Being local, is the biggest advantage Nawatan.com has over the other travel websites like AirBnB.com, Wimdu.com, Booking.com, and Agoda.com, and being able to provide a superior service to local and foreign travellers, who find their destination through Nawatan.com,” she added. Amazing deals are being introduced by Nawatan.com from time to time in support of the accommodation providers to enjoy an influx of traffic at peak and off peak seasons. Nawatan.com plans to keep the traveller community excited over new deals to help them access bargains online and go places they never knew existed, on incredible budgets. Evolving to meet the increasing demands of small and medium scale tourist accommodation, Nawatan.com, the largest accommodation provider-bank in Sri Lanka, has many stimulating projects on the pipeline to moot the local and foreign traveller, as well as the local accommodation provider, establishing its premium positioning as the most preferred accommodation booking website for Sri Lanka. Being well positioned to become the preferred Sri Lankan travel website for both local and foreign tourists, accommodation providers are invited to apply to become a ‘Nawatan Certified’ Accommodation Provider by sending a request through the Nawatan.com website or by calling the 24/7 call centre at 011 434 71 71.

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