WelcomHeritage floats 25th Anniversary offers for discerning holidayers
Completing a successful 25 years of showcasing India’s cultural and environmental heritage on 25th August this year, WelcomHeritage has extended unbeatable offers across all its hotels when booking through the brand website. Valid for a limited time period for stays between August 21 – September 30, 2022, the offers include a generous, flat 25% discount on rooms, including a 20% off on food and beverages and free upgrades that are subject to availability. Representing the finest traditions in heritage hospitality with a curated portfolio of Palaces and Forts, Havelis and Resorts spread across the canvas of the country the brand has played a crucial role as an upholder of India’s natural and cultural narrative for international as well as domestic travellers.
ITC Grand Central, Mumbai announces Independence Day offers
ITC Grand Central located in Parel, is celebrating the 75th Azadi ka Mahotsav with much fervour this year. The magnificent tall structure of the ITC hotel located in Parel, is illuminated with the national tricolour’s hues. It will indeed be a breath-taking sight during the evenings as one passes by this beautiful heritage hotel. All in-house guests, have been welcomed with a tricolour pin and local love chef crafted amenities. The all-day dining restaurant ‘Hornby’s Pavilion’ is hosting the exclusive lunch and dinner buffet priced at 1947 plus taxes. To amplify the celebrations, Pay 75 per cent of your bill, if accompanied by a guest aged 75 years or more and enjoy 75% on all food delivery and takeaway orders placed on the ITC hotels app using the multi-use promo code PAY75, valid from August 13-15, 2022.
Qatar marks 100 days countdown to FIFA World Cup
There are just 100 days to go until Qatar hosts the FIFA World Cup. Eight state-of-the-art stadiums will stage 64 matches between November 20 and December 18, 2022 as Qatar welcomes the best international teams on the planet for the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East and Arab world. This edition of the FIFA World Cup – the 22nd in its illustrious history – will be transformative for Qatar and the entire region. This tournament will deliver a legacy that sets the standard for future mega-event hosts.
“States like Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh & Sikkim etc are already on the world map for mountaineering in India. However, the Northeast has vast potential, many destinations are still unexplored, especially for outdoor and adventure activities. Arunachal has, for example, the unexplored Gorichen (6,858m) and Kangto (7,060m) peaks. These can be promoted with world-class safety measures and guidelines in place.”
- Vaibhav Kala, Officiating President, ATOAI
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