goSTOPS has expanded its footprint with the addition of new goSTOPS stays at Rishikesh Lakshman Jhula, Mussoorie, Kasar Devi, Mukteshwar, and Nainital.
Speaking about the announcement, Pankaj Parwanda, Co-Founder, goSTOPS said, “Our Rishikesh Tapovan property has been a runaway success. The experience that the state proffers i.e. a mix of spirituality, calmness, and adventure, coupled with the upcoming festive season break, has been attracting massive interest among our core audiences - the Gen Zs and millennials. With these locations being hand-picked to curate a range of local sights, sounds, flavours, and a fun and social experience for our travellers, we are confident that we are now well-poised to curate a holistic Uttarakhand sojourn for our patrons.”
He continues, “The Government of Uttarakhand is making significant investments in making the state a serious contender on the global tourist map. Additionally, the demand recovery curve for the hospitality sector has become stronger after the second wave, and we have recorded a massive jump in demand. The youth hostel category has come of age and become the preferred accommodation choice for the Indian youth. The intention of launching additional properties in Uttarakhand sees us utilize the newly infused funds from our investors to spruce up our facilities. By doing so, we can meet the evolving standards of our patrons while providing them budget-friendly social stays and experiential travels. Our goal is to expand the goSTOPS community by adding more thrilling properties in the coming months in destinations like Pushkar, Goa, Bangalore, and Dehradun.”