Friday, 24 June 2016

Spray from The French Legacy

I happened to watch the MTV show “Splitsvilla” last Sunday. The concept and the content of the ‘ reality show’ did not impress me as much as the shooting location did. After ‘googling’ around for some time I managed to discover , what I call a dreamland.  Today, every second Indian couple desires to spend extravagantly and travel international forgetting what their own country has in store for them.  I was in Chennai on an official tour during that time. The very next day, I started for Pondicherry. I was in Chennai for contracting local vendors and tour operators for the coming season to build best travel packages. I contacted the resort official and informed them of my arrival. 

Nestled on the outskirts of the quite town of Pondicherry and just 18-20 km from the main bus terminal; the resort is undoubtedly best suited for honeymoon and romance; and relaxed stress busting vacation. I was taken for a tour around the resort by the manager. The resort is suitable to people from all places and has variety of dining options in all three of its speciality restaurants. It also has a Bar cum discotheque and a pool bar where you can go to if you are a party.

The suits have been very ornamentally named and each of them has its own specialty. All of them is very tastefully decorated with the “Ferns” and “ Cascade” offering Garden Views and water views respectively. Honeymooners would prefer the “ Havens” which comes with a sky Jacuzzi; or the “ Bermudas” with waterfront villas extending out to the lake.

If you have every wanted a typical “ Bollywood” song sequence in your romantic holiday, I would recommend the “ Guadeloupe”. Apart from having a Jacuzzi in the room, the lagoon surrounds the suites offering feeling of an independent lagoon. The privacy is much more extended with the “ Tahiti” and comes with a private infinity pool. ‘’

It could also be a wonderful location for a broad meeting or conferences. As one of the best travel agents in Australia, we would certainly recommend this if you are planning a tour to India.

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