V Resorts, a boutique chain of resorts in the leisure travel segment focusing on experiential holidays, has come out with a slew of payment options to make booking a vacation seamless. The company has a list of upscale properties in some picturesque locations such as Sattal, Ramgarh, Kullu, Sariska, Nashik etc, each designed to provide the traveler with the best holiday experience.
Booking a hotel is a task in itself and most often than not end up leaving the customer haggled. With the introduction of new payment options, V Resorts ensures that your vacation begins the moment you place a call to them.
Types of payment options available:-
1. Paytm Wallet – V Resorts has partnered with Paytm to provide a secure online payment option. All you have to do is call the customer care, select the destination and pay through Paytm wallet. Your booking will be successful.
2. Cash pick-up service – People booking holidays from Delhi/NCR can now avail a cash pick-up service. Call customer care and choose the holiday destination. Select Cash-on-Delivery as an option, an executive will turn up at your doorstep to collect the cash. You will receive a holiday confirmation in your inbox.
3. IVR Payment – V Resorts understands nobody wants the hassle of booking a vacation. And thus they have introduced a seam less payment option for those wanting to pay by phone. Just call the customer care and select your destination. Then enter the credit card details and the one-time password and your holiday will be booked.
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