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Niraamaya Wellness Retreats Expands to Munnar, Kerala

Niraamaya Lifestyle Resorts has made its entry into Munnar by signing a management agreement with INKURE Real Estate Investment Company. This addition brings Niraamaya’s wellness retreat count in Kerala to a total of 6. The property offers an array of amenities including an all-day restaurant and bar, fitness center, swimming pool, and comprehensive spa facilities and conveniently located near Kochi airport.

Speaking on this, Allen Machado,CEO, Niraamaya Business Group, said, “Niraamaya has consistently pioneered identifying destinations with tremendous tourism potential and positioning them globally. With our steadfast dedication to offering locally immersive design and authentic experiences, we’re thrilled to unveil our newest luxury retreat in Munnar. This ideal sanctuary renowned for its natural allure and seamless accessibility, offers a canvas to curate distinctive experiences for leisure and wellness escapes.”

Justin Mary Raphael, Group Chairman of INKURE Real Estate Investment and Hospitality Management Group, said, “We are thrilled to be teaming up with Niraamaya, a renowned luxury brand, to bring their celebrated opulence to Kanthalloor in Munnar, which is currently lacking high-end hotels. This exciting venture aims to unlock the true potential of this stunning yet undiscovered region, creating the perfect destination for discerning travellers. This partnership will bring significant positive changes that will benefit both Munnar and its surrounding areas.”

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