Mexican startup Casai brings flexible hosting service to Rio de Janeiro

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – To operate in Brazil’s main tourist destination, Rio de Janeiro has always seemed a natural step for Mexican accommodation start-up Casai. With an alternative accommodation proposal to hotels and Airbnb, the company has opened units in Ipanema and Copacabana.

In São Paulo for over a year, the company has been waiting for the right moment to enter the Marvelous City and try to win over leisure and business tourists with its alternative accommodation proposal.

The time has come in this first week of July: the company has started its expansion by launching five units in emblematic neighborhoods. . .

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