The premium homestay market in India is witnessing a steady growth as travellers are looking for more exclusive, unique, and immersive experiences
Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), South Asia’s largest hospitality company, is expanding the presence of its amã Stays & Trails portfolio to new destinations across India. Post the recent opening of a new bungalow at Madh Island followed by one in Lonavala, the brand will soon launch new bungalows in picturesque locations across Trivandrum, Kodaikanal, Goa, Coonoor and Uttarakhand.
“amã Stays & Trails is India’s first branded homestay product,” said Prabhat Verma, Executive Vice President – Operations. “The premium homestay market in India is witnessing a steady growth as travellers are looking for more exclusive, unique, and immersive experiences. amã Stays & Trails gives families and groups of friends an opportunity to bond together in these beautiful private bungalows and villas in offbeat locations.”
Be it the mist-laden hills of Kodaikanal, the abundant beauty of the Nilgiris in Kotagiri, a peek into Goa’s lesser discovered secrets like Betul and Saipem, a tryst with the snow-clad peaks of the Himalayas at Ramgarh, or a journey through Trivandrum’s architectural history in a bungalow dating back to 1911, the upcoming amã Stays & Trails bungalows will bring alive each location with unique experiences.
amã Stays & Trails homestays are present across Alappuzha, Coorg, Chikmagalur, Goa, Lonavala, and Madh Island. With the addition of the new bungalows, the brand currently has a portfolio of 24 with eight under development.
From living the simple life in heritage bungalows at pristine locations to discovering untouched forest trails and local cuisine, an amã Stays & Trails holiday takes you back to the basics.