The property is offering a range of traveller-friendly packages
Ensuring the highest standards of safety and hygiene with the Raksha initiative, the Tamara Kodai reopened its doors on September 1. The property has various packages for travellers, including the No-Cost EMI offer. This first-of-its kind initiative allows guests to cherish a holiday and pay for it over the next six months by only paying EMIs over the tenure equal to the package with no interest component. All additional costs will be borne by the resort directly.
» The Raksha initiative guidelines are aligned with directives issued by WHO, the MoH, GOI, and the state government
The new water retreats are the largest in the world
Soneva Fushi is now adding eight new water retreats to the property. Designed to ensure privacy, they boast of rustic décor and are set high above the ocean to prevent waves breaking against the underside, thus reducing noise and vibrations. The facilities range from retractable roof slides, villas with sunset and sunrise views to a sunken seating area, catamaran nets and a 19-metre slide plunging into the waves from the upper floor.
» These retreats are accessible by a curving jetty at the opposite end of the island
The property reopened in two phases in October
The Neeleshwar Hermitage Kerala is set to welcome visitors in two phases beginning this month. Post a heavy monsoon and simultaneous sprucing up of the site, all sea-view cottages and the infinity pool can be accessed by travellers from October 1. In the second phase, all garden view cottages along with Meenakshi, the open beachside restaurant, will be available for travellers.
» Complimentary immunity drinks, created by consulting ayurveda specialists are available at all times