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South Goa gets a new address: ITC Grand Goa Resort & Spa

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ITC Hotels has announced the opening of its 13th luxury hotel in India, ITC Grand Goa, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, formerly known as the Park Hyatt Goa Resort & Spa in Cansaulim, South Goa.

The architecture of beach-side, village-styled resort draws inspiration from the Indo-Portuguese vintage and blends classical elegance. The property has six signature dining options, indoor and outdoor meeting and banquet spaces and the Kaya Kalp- The Royal spa.

Each of the 252 rooms and suites feature private outdoor spaces in the form of a balcony or patio providing picturesque views.

The six signature brands and dining concepts aimed at presenting indigenous and international tastes. These include Kebabs & Kurries, showcasing traditional Indian styles of cooking; Tempero – featuring distinct influences in Goan cooking; Ottimo – featuring pan-Italian cuisine; Pavilion at the Market Place – an all day dining outlet; The Royal Afghan – a seaside barbecue and grill outlet; and Farol – a multi-level poolside bar.

The spa has signature treatments highlighting traditional Indian and international therapies that are showcased through 16 spa suites.

The hotel has as a dedicated kids zone overseen by trained professionals who provide fun-filled, safe and enriching experiences.

Underscoring ITC Hotels’ ethos of ‘Responsible Luxury’, ITC Grand Goa Resort & Spa endeavours to showcase the culture and ethos of the destination through unique, enriching experiences reflected in bespoke services, indigenous cuisine and engagements that foster partnerships with local artisans and communities.

Speaking on the occasion executive director, ITC Limited, Nakul Anand said: “With this resort ITC Hotels has expanded its footprint in a globally sought after leisure destination in Asia. The addition of ITC Grand Goa Resort & Spa to our luxury hotel portfolio further reinforces ITC’s vision to consolidate its portfolio in key business and leisure destinations in the country.”

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