IHCL adds bungalows to its Ama Stays & Trails portfolio

Signings include two villas in the Indian city of Goa

The company signed six bungalows across multiple locations and has also opened two villas in Candolim, Goa. Image used for illustrative purpose only
The company signed six bungalows across multiple locations and has also opened two villas in Candolim, Goa. Image used for illustrative purpose only

The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), South Asia’s largest hospitality company has added eight bungalows to its Ama Stays & Trails portfolio.

The company signed six bungalows across multiple locations and has also opened two villas in Candolim, Goa.

The signings include two bungalows in Maharashtra; one each in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and two in Kerala.  

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“Ama Stays & Trails is India’s first branded homestay product. They are a group of heritage bungalows, guesthouses and homestays at unique locations across the country. With these exciting new additions, guests can now have a much wider choice of local and immersive experiences in off-beat destinations.” said Prabhat Verma, executive vice president – operations, South India.

The two villas in Goa are Cardozo House and Villa Braganza. The four bed-roomed Cardozo House is a heritage Goan cottage that has been restored.

The two-storied Villa Braganza, on the other hand, is a modern villa.

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