WIDEBED Announces 3 New Short-Stay Choices In Johor Bahru In Latest Expansion

WIDEBED is experiencing strong growth in their operations throughout the Johor Bahru region and has announced three new partnerships for short stay rentals.

Johor Bahru, Malaysia - February 14, 2018 /PRWIRE.asia/ —

WIDEBED has announced partnerships with three new owners and developers to offer more staycation choices in Johor Bahru. The new partnerships will allow WIDEBED to offer a greater range of short-term rental choices in the region than ever before while providing the owners and developers with a hands-off revenue stream. Each comes with unique features and facilities in convenient locations, ensuring a perfect match for every traveler’s needs.

The first addition is Pinnacle Tower, offering 38 stories of luxury serviced apartments, replete with an infinity pool, gym, and more. The developer appointed WIDEBED to make a selection of the apartments available for short-term lease. In the center of Johor Bahru, its low population density makes it a quiet oasis amidst the vibrancy of the city beyond.

The second is Setia Sky 88, where individual owners, with the support of the developer, appoint WIDEBED to lease their apartments. This makes family-friendly facilities available including sauna, steam room, gym, karaoke, music room, and even a private cinema. The tallest building in the city also offers the most breathtaking panoramic skylines.

The final addition is the Country Garden Danga Bay. WIDEBED is in partnership with developer-appointed RT Management, to manage short-term rentals for the luxury serviced apartments which come with access to a clubhouse, private beach, and ready access to its own mall making it perfect for shopaholics. Danga Bay is perfect for those who wish to maximize the vacation elements of their staycation.

WIDEBED guest Miss Ong remarked, “I really love the seamless short stay experience provided by WIDEBED. Booking is easy and the whole experience is near perfect. The check in and check out process was simple and fast. We had zero wait time throughout our stay. The place is clean and well equipped with all the conveniences required for daily living, including washer and dryer. It’s a great choice for a short stay compared to others.”

The new location acquisitions are evidence that WIDEBED’s expansion into JB region is growing strongly and steadily. Their current regions of service including Kuala Lumpur, Subang USJ, and Petaling Jaya are also parallelly growing strong. Bookings can be made at http://shortstay.com.my

About WIDEBED: WIDEBED offers a comprehensive short-term rental property management and concierge service to property owners in Malaysia and beyond. The company helps property owners in major cities, maximize their rental income while ensuring there is zero-stress in making accommodation available to travelers of all persuasions. Their service is active 24/7 and aims to take care of everything expected by both the property owners and the guests. For more information please visit: http://widebed.com

Contact Information:

Name: Ivan Chong
Organization: WIDEBED SDN BHD
Website: www.widebed.com
Email: inquiry@widebed.com

Source: PRWIRE.asia

Release ID: 300624

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