This week's travel startup funding, all in one place.
Here are four companies that announced they raised funding this week and see previous roundups here. You can also read Skift’s coverage of vacation rental management firm Vacasa’s $35 million funding round from earlier this week.
>>OYO Rooms raised a $100 million venture round from existing investors SoftBank, Greenoaks Capital, Sequoia Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners bringing the Gurgaon, India-based startup’s total funding to $225.6 million.
OYO Rooms was founded in 2013 and has hotels available in more than 150 cities throughout India. Read Skift’s interview with Ritesh Agarwal, OYO Room’s founder, here.
>>Hipmunk raised a $5.7 million venture round from an undisclosed investor bringing the San Francisco-based startup’s total funding to nearly $46 million.
Founded in 2010, Hipmunk sells flights and hotels and advertises the best deals in destinations. Hipmunk has more than 1.2 million hotels and vacation rentals and results are shown on a map for travelers to view nearby landmarks. The site also sells car rentals and other packages.
>>HomeRez raised a $4.5 million seed round from six new investors including XAnge Private Equity, David Roche and Entrepreneur Venture and this is the London-based startup’s first funding round.
HomeRez is a vacation rental management platform and also a booking site for properties throughout Europe. The site helps property owners advertise their rentals across multiple sites including Airbnb, FlipKey and HomeAway.
Edge Retreat offers more than 2,000 luxury villas in 35 countries from Australia to the U.S., including 20 private islands.
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Photo credit: Ritesh Agarwal is the 22-year-old founder of India's OYO Rooms. OYO Rooms