Eden Resorts will pitch itself up-market this summer, opening its doors to niche travellers from mainly Europe, Japan and South Asia. Eden Resorts will pitch itself up-market this summer, opening its doors to niche travellers from mainly Europe, Japan and South Asia.
The company put in Rs. 150 mn to revamp the 158 room luxury hotel and spa, putting in suites and penthouses averaging US$ 500 a night.
Designed by Malaysian architect Karim Hussein and Bali based Australian designer Franco Benidinelli, the hotel tries to capture something of the sense of the hotel – a ‘what your in the mood for’.
Its 22 room luxury floor will have its 16 deluxe rooms and four ocean view suites. Its two penthouses will be at the head and tail of the seahorse shaped hotel.
Pitched as one of the few international class five star luxury hotels on the South coast, the Confifi group is still looking at core markets in Europe for its traffic.
“We are trying to move away from the all-inclusive kind of tourist, moving a couple of notches higher with Eden to attract the cream of the travellers”, Promotions Manager, Confifi Management Services,