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The Postcard Hotel Recognized as “Asia’s Leading Boutique Hotel Brand” and Wins Portfolio Recognition at 2022 World Travel Awards

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New Delhi [India]Sept. 9 (ANI/NewsView): Reaching new heights in offering unparalleled experiential luxury to discerning guests, The Postcard Hotel wins multiple accolades and once again leaves a mark at this year’s World Travel Awards 2022, during a glittering ceremony last night in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.

The Postcard Hotel has been voted ‘Asia’s Leading Boutique Hotel Brand‘, and other notable honors for its portfolio include –

– The Postcard Dewa, Thimphu, Bhutan as “Best Boutique Hotel in Asia”

– The Postcard Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat as ‘Asia’s Premier Wildlife Resort’

– The Postcard Hideaway, Netravali, Goa as “India’s Best Boutique Hotel”

– The Postcard Mandalay Hall, Kochi as “India’s Best Design Hotel”

Due to the brand’s consistency over the years in providing world-class service and experience to guests, The Postcard Hotel continues to show phenomenal performance and was also recently recognized by Booking.com for achieving the highest score for a luxury hotel brand in the world, in Traveler Review Awards 2022.

“Since its inception, The Postcard Hotel has remained true to the vision of providing transformational experiential luxury for discerning travelers. We continue to take a distinctive approach to our intimate hotel offerings, from design and architecture, cuisine to service philosophies and beyond.Our hotels blend seamlessly into the community and become part of the neighborhood, while delivering our benchmark hospitality experience, in every aspect.We are honored with multiple accolades received at this year’s World Travel Awards 2022. our team’s unwavering effort to provide the best-in-class experience for our customers and we are grateful to our loyal customers for this honor,” said Kapil Chopra, Founder and Director General of The Postcard Hotel.

The Postcard Dewa, Thimphu, Bhutan is located on the outskirts of Bhutan’s capital. Nestled in a forest and in the breathtaking setting of spectacular mountain views, it consists of 15 luxurious rooms. The hotel is the perfect place to relax in nature and enjoy breathtaking views of the Khasadrapchu Valley and the Wang Chhu River.

Postcard Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat is located in the land of the Asiatic lion and is spread over 16 acres of mango orchards. This wildlife resort offers the exclusive experience of being secluded in nature accompanied by the soft chirping of migrating birds and the occasional roar of majestic lions. The hotel is an entry into the inspiring and unexplored region of Saurashtra and pays homage to the richness of nature.

The Postcard Hideaway, Netravali, Goa is located in a hidden corner of South Goa and is spread over 20 acres of lush greenery with 20 discreet, state-of-the-art rooms. The resort offers seclusion and relaxation in the purest sense, with endless views of the surrounding hills and Western Ghats.

The Postcard Mandalay Hall, Kochi, is an exquisite art hotel tucked away in the cobbled lanes of Mattancherry, in a 200-year-old historic building that was once a residential Jewish quarter. The resort was designed to provide an unforgettable experience that connects Kochi’s past and present. Each of the five Deluxe Rooms is an immersive living gallery, displaying artwork and installations by renowned artists.

2022 for The Postcard Hotel will see the opening of three new hotels. The Arabian Sea postcard will be a 1.5 hour drive from Mangalore airport, in an absolutely spectacular setting right on the beach. All rooms in the hotel will face the ocean, giving guests the experience of waking up not only to the sound of the waves, but also to the beautiful view of the ocean from their bed. The brand’s first hotel in the North East will also open in 2022. The Postcard in The Durrung Tea Estate, is set in 1,400 acres of beautiful tea gardens in Assam. The hotel’s location also benefits from its proximity to Kaziranga National Park, Nameri National Park and is also a short drive from the mighty Brahmaputra. This year will also see the opening of another hotel in Goa allowing The Postcard guests to experience another side of this multi-faceted state.

Kapil Chopra and a team of luxury hoteliers founded The Postcard Hotel with a mission to create extraordinary experiences for discerning travelers. Launched in December 2018, The Postcard Hotel is committed to setting new standards in experiential luxury. It successfully operates 4 resorts in Goa – The Postcard Moira, The Postcard Velha, The Postcard Cuelim and The Postcard Hideaway, Netravali; 1 resort in Kerala – The Postcard Mandalay Hall; and 1 resort in Gujarat – The Postcard Gir Wildlife Sanctuary. Internationally, the brand is present in Bhutan and Sri Lanka with respectively – The Postcard Dewa, Thimphu and The Postcard Galle. The Postcard Hotel is committed to creating stunningly designed hotels, preserving local authenticity from design to cuisine, while delivering impeccable service in 50 intimate hotels in 5 years.

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