Ayenda Rooms

img Medellín, Colombia

Ayenda is the fastest growing hotel chain in Latin America. Based in Colombia, Ayenda Currently is the larger hotel chain in this country by the number of properties. Ayenda franchise small hotels in main cities to ensure quality on the basics needs for travelers. Ayenda is a technology company, this enables run the chain by the proprietary software in all areas, from hotel software, pricing algorithms, and user-facing experience.

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Ayenda Rooms wraps up US$8.7 million in round led by Kaszek Ventures

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Contxto – Colombian hospitality startup Ayenda Rooms closed its Series A for US$8.7 million in an investment led by Kaszek Ventures, according to an announcement made today (19) by the startup.  Kairos, Altabix, and BWG Ventures also participated in the round. This recent funding will fuel the startup’s current expansion in Peru, where Ayenda Rooms […]

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Ayenda Rooms arrives in Lima, Peru to increase occupancy rates for independent hotels

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Ayenda Rooms releases app to streamline hotel reservations in Colombia

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Ayenda Rooms plans to invest US$1.2 million in independent hotels

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