It’s a global accommodation service for travelers with a focus on business travel to Africa.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
There’s an old adage that says first impressions make lasting impressions, and representatives with aSuiteStay, say their newly launched website not only makes a good impression, but also an unforgettable one.
“aSuiteStay is open for business, travelers can now book accommodation for short and long term stays in more than a dozen cities across Africa,” said Coretta Owusu, founder and spokesman for aSuiteStay.
Owusu went on to explain that aSuiteStay simplifies accommodation and travel services for the discerning and business travelers.
“It’s a global accommodation service for travelers with a focus on business travel to Africa,” Owusu pointed out, before adding, “We partner with the best in accommodation and service providers to offer our clients an experience that matches their needs. Our clients are international travelers, looking for short or long term stays.”
The company spokeswoman noted that its online and offline business includes a complete travel experience for the traveler with discerning taste.
“aSuiteStay is unique because we want big business travel to Africa to impact local communities,” Owusu said. “We partner with KIVA to support social microfinance initiatives all over Africa, through travel.”
aSuiteStay, a Wharton Venture Program alumnus, according to Owusu, partners with the best in accommodation and service providers to provide the best service to its customers.
As to why anyone should visit the company’s website and or book a stay, Owusu said, “We have 24/7 local customer support, so if you are in Accra or Johannesburg we have you covered with local expertise. We work with properties to ensure your extended stay is as comfortable as being at home.”
aSuiteStay.com is a global accommodation service for travelers with a focus on business travel to Africa. It partners with the best in accommodation and service providers to offer its clients an experience that matches their needs.