Goa resort offers monsoon package

Mumbai, July 16 : The hospitality arm of the Ajmera Group, Adamo - The Bellus, Goa recently announced a special Monsoon package valid till September 30, 2013 here.

The monsoon special packages range from Rs. 15,000 plus taxes for a Regent room (for three nights and four days) to Rs. 18,000 plus taxes for a Regency room (for three nights and four days) with the fourth night complementary.

The special rates include breakfast and dinner with compulsory meal supplement of Rs. 2,000 on MAP for double.

Additionally, there are free one full day sightseeing by a/c vehicle, free laundry worth of Rs. 300 and free head massage on arrival day at the La Soin Spa at the hotel in addition to the usage of swimming pool and the kids play area.

The resort also offered a free kids creche service while 'parents' enjoy their special moments.

Harsh Ajmera, Director, Adamo Hospitality, said, "This monsoon, write your own love story with nature Adamo-the Bellus, Goa, as you engulf in downpours in a serene and peaceful surroundings, seeking respite from the concrete jungles of the urban world."

He said, "Revellers can enjoy the fun, celebration and excitement of the Music at the golden sand beaches of Goa (just a 5 mts walk) with music, parties, sumptuous special menus as well as irresistible attractions such as the beautifully landscaped 4-acre property, the longest swimming pool in Calangute, La Soin spa, Zaia Bar, Jacuzzi, pool table, chef sessions, beachside sports and games."

Ajmera added, "Enjoy a scrumptious vegetarian cuisine including a tantalizing Thali (a rarity in Goa) to please every palate. It's a sure shot recipe for making time stand still even as you go with the flow from silence to sound; from fun to frolic and from relaxation to revelry!"

"Let your nights be filled with the magic of Adamo-The Bellus by moonlight and book your holiday at The Bellus today."

--IBNS (Posted on 17-07-2013)

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