Mana Hotels announces its newly designed website: www.manahotels.in/ranakpur.
The new design carefully and conveniently details out every facility offered by the Mana Hotels in an easily accessible manner and makes booking rooms at the soon to be launched Ranakpur property a breeze. Nestled in the calm valleys of the Aravallis, Ranakpur- ‘the city of temples’ is a quiet retreat located between the two historic towns of Udaipur and Jodhpur. A perfect getaway from the exhaustive city life, Ranakpur provides a multifaceted experience for all its visitors. From cultural indulgences of the antiquities at the famous Jain temples to the exploration of regional handicrafts, the location provides a wholesome experience.
The website features a comprehensive gallery of photos, the latest stories from Mana Hotels’ online magazine that provides all sorts of travel related information regarding India, especially Rajasthan. It also has a soon to be launched, unbiased testimonial section from its future clients.
A key feature of this new website is the painstaking detail with which Mana Hotels has explained the location of Ranakpur, making it very easy for anyone, from any part of the country, looking for Zen at their oasis in small town Rajasthan.
Though the website is still in the beta phase and undergoing testing, Mana Hotels made a conscious decision to spread the word in order to invite feedback from one and all about its design and functions. From the beginning, Mana Hotels has wanted to involve its future guests in all key decision making, in order to ensure that the finished product is what the customer demands and meets their standards. It was with this philosophy
CEO Rohan Rajgarhia explains it best when he says, “The new Mana Hotels website has been designed to communicate not just the design and facilities that we offer but also to show our potential customers our emphasis on service. With a method of presenting information which is unique for a hotel, we are hoping the future guests will find the website easy to use. Although, we are still in beta phase, we would like to start getting feedback from people and make improvements on the go.”