Encircling the pristine waters of Arabian Sea, Postcard Hotel opens new resort in Karnataka

The Postcard on the Arabian Sea is the perfect destination for those who seek a a relaxing retreat.

January 31, 2023: Expanding its presence in rapid waves, The Postcard Hotel has now announced its first hotel on the beach, The Postcard on the Arabian Sea. This self-contained boutique hotel is perfectly positioned just off the scenic Maravanthe coast and in close proximity to the temple city of Udupi in coastal Karnataka. 

The Postcard on the Arabian Sea
The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Postcard Hotel, Kapil Chopra, says, “The resort instantly immerses you in the wonders of being in such secluded proximity to the ocean. Of course, our commitment to celebrating this remarkable region is reflected in our cuisine philosophy as well as our experiential offerings”  
The Postcard on the Arabian Sea invites guests to a world where the pristine deep blue ocean is the backdrop for a profoundly personalized refuge. The all-new beach front resort is framed in aquamarine splendor and features nine spacious rooms - all with unobstructed views of the Arabian Sea.

The Postcard on the Arabian Sea
The resort offers a secluded escape with a fully immersive experience of Karnataka’s coastal wealth including water-bound escapades and underwater odysseys. Cultural explorations through magnificent temples and guided sanctuary visits are on the cards as well. Taking inspiration from the natural landscape, The Postcard on the Arabian Sea has a sense of solitude and adventure, thus offering the guests an awe inspiring experience. 

- By Pritha Debroy

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