Sterling Holiday Resorts adds five new destinations

Sterling Holiday Resorts adds five new destinations

One of India's premier vacation brands announces the introduction of Sterling Holiday Resorts to five new and intriguing sites in different parts of country. This is consistent with the aggressive ambition of the company to duplicate its inventory of rooms to 5,000 by 2025. The Sterling inventory will now move to 2,400 rooms in 38 destinations with the addition of these new properties.

Sterling is opening resorts to Kerala's Alleppey; Gujarat's Gir; West Bengal's Kalimpong; Tiruvannamalai's and Madurai's towns of Tamilnadu.

The alleppey resort includes 58 rooms and suite spread over 14 hectares, encircled on the outskirts of Lake Vembanad by a private lagoon and two traditional housing-boats. It contains 57 rooms and suites. The Kuttanad region, often known as the Netherlands of India, is ideally located to enjoy an unusual and fun holiday, enjoy great Kerala specialties, refresh yourself in the traditional Ayurvedan Spa or just look for a calm holiday.

The exotic resort in Gir is 7 acres wide and is located among a mango garden. The resort now has 25 rooms, but its inventory is planned to grow in one year. Gir is India's only area where travellers can see wild Asian lions. In Sasan, a safaris lodge in Gir National Park is an excellent location. It is an hour's drive from Veraval's famous Somnath Temple.

Sterling Kalimpon is the second most popular resort of Western Bengal in Kalimpong - Darjeeling – Gangtok after Darjeeling, with a beautiful view of the Kanchenjunga – the third tallest peak in the world. The 25-room resort is situated 4,100 metres higher than the sea and has a colonial heritage building and a contemporary building.

Madurai is Tamilnadu's cultural centre, a heritage site formerly royal Pandya capital and linked with the literature of Sangam, the oldest of the known literature in Tamil. The resort is located within walking distance of the famous Madurai Meenakshi Temple and also the Kodaikanal Gate.

It is a popular spiritual place for Indians and visitors from all around the world, as well as for Indians and people who come here from all over the world. Tiruvannamalai, Tamilnadu famous for its Arunachala hills – Lord Shiva's settlement in Agni, in Annamalaiyar Temple, and the Digambar Jain Temples, are the most popular spiritual destinations. The recently operational Sterling resort provides views of Arunachala Hills from its rooms as well as an all-vegetarian menu.

"Our new sites together with our existing network are intended to meet the Indian clients' multiple holiday needs, from leisure holiday in the mountains, beaches, waterfront and jungle regions to fast break in destinations to visit heritage sites and pilgrimage destinations," said Ramesh Ramanathan, CMD, at Sterling Holiday Resorts. She commented.

Sterling intends to pursue its aggressive growth ambitions and create more resorts throughout the country. It will continue to expand on the basis of a management contract resorts asset-light approach.