Centara launches Indian Himalayas Resort Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 26 July 2010

The Moksha Himalaya Spa Resort, Centara Boutique Collection is offering a promotion for guests who stay a minimum of three consecutive nights that brings the cost of a suite down to as low as US$ 450 nett per room night, depending on the season.

The Heavenly Moksha package is available until 21 December 2010.

The room rate, which includes service charge and prevailing government tax, are based on two persons per room and are inclusive of daily international buffet breakfast, lunch presentations, and dinner menus.

An extra bed per night is available at US$ 245 nett per adult and US$ 120 nett per child.

The package includes the Moksha Experience, in which guests choose from programmes that offer benefits such as spa treatments, personal fitness programmes and local discovery trips.

The package is not applicable to group reservations and reservations for meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibitions.

Moksha Himalaya Spa Resort is part of the Centara Boutique Collection, and is set amongst the scenic wonder of the Himalayan Mountain yet reached in a comfortable journey time by road from New Delhi or from Chandigarh International Airport, the final stage of the journey being undertaken by cable-car.

In addition to its spectacular surroundings the resort has extensive leisure and recreational activities, and is suitable for couples and families alike.

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