amã Stays & Trails opens new holiday homes at pristine locations
amã Stays & Trails announces homestays for travellers and introduces stringent hygiene protocols for unexplored and nourishing experience.
To recreate the nostalgia of intimate family holidays with amã Stays & Trails group of heritage bungalows, guesthouses and homestays opens at pristine locations. A new concept of homestays from Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), amã Stays & Trails homestays announces properties at Coorg, Madh Island,Chikmagalur, Goa, Alapuzzha and now Mumbai. the brand has a portfolio of 20 bungalows.
It offers a diverse range of destinations with authentic sights and sounds – the perfect recipe for a magical holiday. Nestled in the coffee plantations adorning the hills of Coorg, the vintage properties exude a colonial charm amid the irresistible natural beauty of the plantations. Hidden within the rainforests of Karnataka, Chikmagalur offers acres of green hills covered in coffee shrubs.
For beach lovers, there are the soft sands, shimmering waters and swaying palms in Goa. Guests can experience a classic Goan rendezvous amidst lush lanes, quaint churches, heritage homes and tropical fruit trees. Or can get a taste of God’s Own Country at Alappuzha with its azure blue skies, untouched vegetation, palm fringed backwater canals and houseboats.
The latest addition to the amã Stays & Trails portfolio is Madh Island, a quaint fishing village amidst the hustle of Mumbai in Maharashtra. Madh Island is an oasis in the city that never sleeps, famous for breath-taking sunsets across the Arabian Sea. Seafood aficionados can rejoice at the freshest catch from the sea reaching the bay early in the morning, brought in by the Koli community – the ethnic descendants of Mumbai.
Every property has implemented additional stringent hygiene and safety protocols across all customer touchpoints, from pre-arrival to check-out whilst delivering its trademark Tajness through a renewed and restrengthened commitment.
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