Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 2023: bnbme, a holiday home management company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with hospitality major Marriott Bonvoy, where users of the hospitality major’s brand programme can get access to the homes and villas managed by bnbme holiday homes in the UAE and India. This agreement will allow guests to also earn Bonvoy points, as well as make payment through the accumulated points.
“bnbme had always been a frontrunner to offer guests unique experiences. This partnership is a testament to our commitment to constantly strive to bring new offerings to the discerning visitors and holiday seekers. While this partnership will allow bnbme to showcase its set of properties to a different platform or travellers, it also credits our processes to be trusted by a brand such as Marriott,” said Vinayak Mahtani, CEO of bnbme holiday homes.
Marriot Bonvoy Program holders can access properties managed by bnbme holiday home in Dubai, UAE and Goa, India.
Marriott Homes and Villas are very selective in the territories they roll the Bonvoy program, and this partnership with a UAE based player reinforces the country’s reputation for being a leading tourism and hospitality hub.
In the top 100 city destinations index 2022 revealed by Euromonitor International, Dubai ranked high on the charts, coming in first place regionally and placing second globally behind Paris. According to the latest data published by Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism (DET), Dubai received 14.36 million international overnight visitors in 2022, growing 97 per cent YoY.
The growth, which enabled the emirate to surpass global and regional tourism recovery levels, contributes to the goal of the Dubai Economic Agenda D33 launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to consolidate Dubai’s status as one of the world’s top three cities for travel and business.