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Luxury hill resorts limit number of guests, turn up wellness amid Covid-19

A recent report by Deloitte showed 40 per cent guests wished to stay at a property offering pre-arrival communication on enhanced safety measures and personal preferences.

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The resort in the heart of Kangra Valley has 25 rooms and suites. However, it has decided to take less bookings keeping safety concerns of guests in mind.

Ritwik Sharma New Delhi
Luxury resorts and wellness retreats are capping off a gloomy year for hospitality with optimism, thanks to a growing interest among people who are desperate to take a break and reinvigorate themselves more urgently than ever. And what better than a getaway in the secure bubble of properties nestled in the hills?

Araiya Palampur, a year-old resort in Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, spent a month training its staff in new protocols of sanitisation and contact-less services after being shuttered from March-end to June. As the state borders opened, it started receiving guests from August. In the last couple of months, its rooms

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First Published: Dec 31 2020 | 6:10 AM IST

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