Privy, a collection of fine boutique hotels and resorts in India, launched

Privy, a collection of fine boutique hotels and resorts in India, launched

December 14, 2016: Privy, a bespoke ensemble of independent luxury boutique hotels and resorts in the Indian Subcontinent, has announced the launch of its consumer website - The website features a vibrant and responsive design, and offers real time availability and instant reservations at these hotels.

For Privy member hotels, the platform creates a unique combination of price sensitivity vs. quality and strengthens their revenue potential through integrated support in sales, marketing, revenue management and electronic distribution. Further, Privy empowers the hotels’ leadership with learning opportunities, guidance from industry veterans, and advisory access to a vast panel of hospitality domain experts.

Designed especially for the discerning luxury traveler, the collection endorses the unique personality of each Privy member hotel while focusing on consistently high levels of service and guest care. Currently, the portfolio comprises of eleven charter member properties from across the country. From the Sacred River Festival at the 250-year old Ahilya Fort on the banks of the Narmada in Maheshwar, to the Mullayanagiri Trek at the breathtaking Primrose Villas in Chikmagalur; enjoy living in the castle at The Himalayan in Manali, the brush of culture and history at RAAS Jodhpur and RAAS Devigarh, and an interlude with the finest Marwari horses at Mihir Garh in Rajasthan. Explore the country’s densest national parks and take comfort in the luxury forest living at Singinawa Jungle Lodge and Reni Pani Jungle Lodge. Reminisce the old world charm of Goa at Ahilya by the Sea and indulge in a fabulous wellness vacation at Niraamaya Retreats Surya Samudra and Cardamom Club.

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