Soon, the tourists will have a new destination for luxury and comfort in Bhutan and Sri Lanka.
India’s freshest luxury hotel chain, Postcard Hotel is all set to welcome the tourists in the neighbourhood this November.
While the Postcard Dewa at Thimphu valley in Bhutan promises to offer a perfect setting for slow travel infusing rich Bhutanese tradition with modernity in food and luxury, Postcard Galle at Colombo is all set to offer best of Sri Lankan comfort and culinary delights.
Postcard Dewa will have 13 rooms and two suits with private sit outs overlooking the lush mountains.
The Postcard Galle, on the other hand, will offer its guests best of comforts with ten sea facing suites.
The Postcard Galle will also have a therapy suite offering Ayurvedic treatment.
It may be mentioned that Postcard Hotel chain was launched only in December last year with three properties in Goa.
Media reports quoted Kapil Chopra, founder and CEO, The Postcard Hotel as saying: “We handpick our locations and our hotels, so that guests have an authentic experience.”
“Sri Lanka is the perfect location to explore the cultural landscape of the charming town of Galle, steeped in history dating back hundreds of years.”
“While Bhutan with its rich culture and breathtaking landscapes has long been on the bucket list of most exclusive and luxury travellers.”
“Guests will now be able to enjoy the best of luxury Indian hospitality that perfectly complements the unique splendour of these destinations.”
The Postcard Hotel, with over Rs 1,000 crore of assets under management today and projects underway across South Asia, is looking at owning or managing over Rs 7,000 crore of assets in 5 years.