Hyatt announces Ronil Goa - the first JdV by Hyatt hotel in India and Southwest Asia

Article published at: Feb 6, 2024 Article tag: openings
Hyatt announces Ronil Goa - the first JdV by Hyatt hotel in India and Southwest Asia
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Hyatt Hotels Corporation has recently unveiled Ronil Goa, a new addition to the JdV by Hyatt brand, situated in the vibrant state of Goa, India. Positioned on the renowned Calangute Baga Road, this boutique resort boasts over 35 years of legacy and stands as the first five-star hotel in this bustling locale. With its Indo-Portuguese inspired architecture, Ronil Goa promises to deliver classic Goan hospitality through immersive experiences, including vibrant entertainment, rejuvenating spa treatments, and distinctive culinary offerings.

Sunjae Sharma, Managing Director of Hyatt in India and Southwest Asia, expresses excitement over the brand’s expansion into the leisure market, emphasizing the alignment of Ronil Goa with the JdV by Hyatt ethos of celebrating life’s moments. Gaurav Khaunte, Managing Director of Ronil Hotels and Resorts, echoes this sentiment, anticipating a fruitful partnership with Hyatt as they embark on this new journey together.

The resort offers 135 chic rooms with private balconies, two swimming pools that are the heart of the resort, and a host of memorable experiences. Inspired by the texture of shells, fluted wall panels are consistent across the resort, especially the guest rooms. Spacious open wardrobes, complimentary mini-bar, signature Cedar Sandalwood bath amenities, comfortable beds and locally loved tea and coffee brands, ensure our guests feel at home.

Beyond luxurious accommodations and dining, Ronil Goa provides ample event spaces for gatherings and a plethora of onsite experiences designed to immerse guests in a leisurely state of mind. From poolside relaxation to vibrant entertainment and personalized local insights, the resort aims to create an environment where guests can fully embrace the present moment and indulge in the essence of Goan hospitality.

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