Oberoi Hotels launches 'India in Luxury’
New Delhi, December 10, 2007
Oberoi Hotels & Resorts presents ‘India in Luxury’ - unique itineraries that offer an all-inclusive journey through India.
Luxury as a unique, memorable and personal experience is core to the Oberoi philosophy and encompasses every detail of the carefully crafted itineraries which offer the opportunity to combine the merit of independent travel with the seamless quality of a tour, whilst reveling in the complete Oberoi experience throughout the journey.
In introducing this unique programme, Oberoi Hotels & Resorts is revolutionising the way the luxury traveller experiences the vibrant and diverse country, said an official spokesman.
‘India in Luxury’ includes every element of the guest’s visit - from full-board stay at Oberoi hotels to seamless transfers and excursions accompanied by knowledgeable guides.
The nine, 14 and 22-day itineraries on offer are priced respectively at INR300,000 ($7,613), INR445,000 and INR680,000 per person on double occupancy. In an endeavour to make travel through India more enriching, each itinerary offers guests the opportunity to absorb the history, experience the culture and savour the regional cuisine.
“The objective of launching India in Luxury is to offer special itineraries that allow guests to absorb the country’s diverse past, rich heritage and relish the experience. The itineraries are more leisurely with sufficient time to explore each destination. Our attempt is to make the passage through India comfortable with attention to detail as including flights that are at convenient hours,” said chairman, Oberoi Group, P R S Oberoi. – TradeArabia News Service
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