Uber and ZEN Rooms partner up to make travel more affordable
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ZEN Rooms, the leading network of quality budget hotels in Asia, supports Uber’s reward program for the top-performing drivers by offering them a flat 360 PHP discount on any hotel booking in the Philippines and offers a chance to win free nights. In return, ZEN Rooms guests get a free ride worth PHP 200.
Uber drivers will be able to get a room at unbeatable price starting from only PHP 720! Regular ZEN Rooms rates in Manila start at as low as PHP 1080 per night. Every room has all the essentials needed for a comfortable stay: free fast Wi-Fi, clean comfortable bed, cool AC, hot shower, surprise travel kit and 24/7 customer care.
Jim Carlo Morales, an Uber partner-driver says, “Sometimes, I get too tired to drive back home and would gladly spend a night in the hotel to avoid traffic and stress. Having an affordable option with Zen Rooms makes it very convenient for me.”
ZEN Rooms has been democratizing travel in Asia since its launch in Indonesia in 2015. “Making travel affordable for everyone without sacrificing comfort and safety, has always been our main ambition. We’re happy to support Uber in their initiative to reward top-performing drivers by providing affordable and quality accommodation. Sleeping well and feeling rested is essential for everyone and even more so for drivers, responsible for everyone’s security on the road.” – comments on Benjamin Nicolas, Managing Director of ZEN Rooms Philippines.
After a booming growth in Boracay, Manila and Angeles, where ZEN Rooms offers more than 170 rooms at 50+ hotels, the company launches its first hotels in Cebu this week. The rates will start at only PHP 1000. According to Benjamin, ZEN Rooms has ambitious expansion plans in the Philippines. In the upcoming months, the company plans to bring quality budget accommodation to Palawan, Davao, Bohol and this is only the beginning.
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