TRAVEL ESCAPADES


5 Unexplored Destinations to Travel to Post-Covid

As the world slowly takes baby steps and adjusts to the new normal, it won’t be long till international travel gets back on track. While your travel bucket list may already be overflowing, we bring you some of the most pristine and undiscovered destinations around the world which will compel you to make some changes to your list



What to Expect When you Enter a Luxury Hotel Post the Pandemic?

Equipped with facemasks, sanitisers, overalls and disinfectants, luxury hotels and resorts reopen to welcome their guests with beefed-up health and hygiene protocols to hinder the spread of COVID-19. Even after being one of the most adversely affected sections of the economy, the sector, embracing the new reality, has designed and introduced protocols that ensure maximum safety for guests and employees


  • 5 Hotels with Exquisite Interiors to Marvel You

    Traveling after the pandemic is going to be uncertain, extremely cautious and probably boring as well. But as you ease back into travel, perhaps you could indulge more in safely sanitised luxury hotels – which have stunningly beautiful interiors – as compared to stepping on the road for sightseeing just yet. Moving from being mere accommodation, visit these hotels which assure you of a terrific story to tell back home

  • Hyatt Regency Pune: Mapping the Globe in a Unique Way

    Showcasing global influences from around the world, Hyatt Regency Pune offers the perfect blend of the East and the West

  • Hotel Barriere Le Fouquet's Paris: A Lesson in Luxury

    Coming from the elegant Group Barriere, the multi-faceted Hotel Barriere Le Fouquet’s in Paris pampers and treats you, without any of the snob value, which French are quite wrongly accused of. Chic, stylish and full of glamour, the hotel will make you fall in love with the city, yet again

  • Le Bristol Paris - Palace Non-Pareil

    A haven of luxury, tranquility and elegance in the middle of Paris, Le Bristol’s charm has to be experienced first hand