Oberoi hotel to open in Chandigarh, India, this summer

Oberoi Sukhvilas, Chandigarh exterior

Oberoi Hotels & Resorts is targeting a late summer opening for the new The Oberoi Sukhvilas in Chandigarh, India.

The Oberoi Sukhvilas, Chandigarh is the first of three luxury hotels to open this year, with The Oberoi, Marrakech, Morocco and The Oberoi, Al Zorah, Ajman (United Arab Emirates) both slated to open in the fourth quarter of 2016.

The Oberoi Sukhvilas, Chandigarh is a luxury spa resort surrounded by 8,000+ acres of protected natural forest. Its design incorporates traditional Indian pavilions with aesthetically landscaped courtyards and chic, modern elements. Sixty spacious villas, rooms and tents offer forest views while filled with soft, natural light.

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The new resort sets the standard for luxury in the greater Chandigarh area, as the property is located just 30 minutes outside the city’s center. Exquisitely adorned with handcrafted design features, all rooms and villas are equipped with the most modern technologies. For example, villas and luxury tents offer private, temperature-controlled pools.

The spa occupies a secluded space surrounded by forest on three sides and offers massage therapies, Ayurveda, hydrotherapies, a steam, an ultraviolet sauna, a Turkish hammam and a Roman tepidarium.

In keeping with Oberoi Hotels & Resorts reputation for culinary excellence, indoor and al fresco dining venues are available to guests at the new resort serving the finest international cuisines.

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