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Two Zuri Hotels in India join Preferred

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The Zuri White Sands Goa Resort & Casino and The Retreat by Zuri have joined Preferred as a member of Summit Hotels & Resorts and Sterling Hotels respectively. The hotels join existing Preferred Hotels & Resorts member The Zuri Kumarakom Resort & Spa in Kerala. Both new hotels are located in Goa and bring the total number of Preferred Hotel Group members in India to 23 properties.

The 154-room The Zuri White Sands Goa Resort & Casino is located in South Goa and boasts one of the largest lagoon pools in India and a private beachfront. A leisure and business hotel, it also features Zuri's holistic Maya Spa with extensive Ayurvedic treatments, extensive recreational facilities, and six food and beverage outlets, while also catering for MICE with comprehensive meetings facilities for up to 450 persons.

Ideal for family holidays and also smaller MICE groups, The Retreat by Zuri is an all-suite hotel that is designed to provide an experience of authentic Portuguese lifestyle. The 106 suites are built around courtyards, conveying the feeling of a private house complete with gardens, patios, and pergolas for relaxation. Other facilities include three restaurants and bars, a Maya Spa, and a children's club.

"We are pleased to partner with Zuri Hotels & Resorts, a fast-expanding luxury hospitality group in India, to help build the brand across key resort and city center locations across India and the rest of the world," said Ananya Narayan, Preferred Hotel Group's Area Managing Director, India and Middle East.

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