Couple Friendly rooms in India has gained an eye-raising attention amongst the audience. Thanks to these new startups, we currently know there’s no law which might stop an unmarried couple from booking a room.
Many of the hotel establishments in India hesitate to provide couple friendly rooms. The hotels would insist on presenting the marriage certificate to a couple before providing a room. Many cases appear where the adults getting caught for misbehaving in public. This makes it painful for people who just want some private time away from the snoopy eyes.
So, when it comes to choosing a secure and happy experience which one should a couple choose? Let us dig into the reviews of the two giants battling in the segment of couple friendly hotels.
Unmarried couples who wish to rent a room cannot do so as the ‘sex’ talk becomes a tricky topic in India even today. After StayUncle, OYO Rooms has also plunged into the game of providing couple friendly hotels. Take a brief look on the image below to understand the process of How to Activate Relationship Mode of OYO Rooms?
With the ‘Relationship Mode,’ on the website, OYO has managed to attract a lot of audience towards them. But, will they succeed? Read ahead to find out.
Unfortunately, NO. After reading a couple of experiences online, not many sounded happy with the OYO hotel experience. In some instances, one could not find the hotel itself, forget to enjoy any other facilities. Many instances listed online mentioned that the customers could not complete a booking.
On the contrary, StayUncle’s services appeared satisfactory. It has tie-ups with only those hotels who allow ‘unmarried couples to share a room’. Whereas, OYO caters all kinds of audience. This might lead to confusion about the different policies of the hotels.
Hotels with 3 and 4 stars look for full occupancy and StayUncle provides them as long as you have an identity proof. Many couples who have tried the place, find the services satisfactory. Starting from booking a hotel to checking in. No hassle seemed on the reception whereas many couples do feel awkward.
According to various sources on the net, StayUncle seems to bag away many points. The booking service startup enjoys the tie-ups with some of the major hotel brand names which enjoy 3 or 4-star ratings.
It’s too early to predict anything. With changing times, people will get used to the idea of couple friendly rooms. If the service provides a safe and workable environment, then the adults should not feel awkward. As the companies fight to enter the niche sector, both the companies have to deal with the morality of society. Not just with parents, but also the local government bodies and hoteliers also. We as Indians, need to understand the maturity of the concept. We find issues even when a guy and a girl hold hands, let alone staying together in a hotel room.
The majority of Indian population known to fall under age-group of 25-40. The older generation should accept the change they bring with open arms. It may sound difficult to accept, but parents should let the kids make the life decisions themselves. Why do Indian parents feel comfortable in their kids getting married to an absolute stranger and not someone they actually love? A question for thought, isn’t it?