The Postcard Hotel Goes International

Hotels in Bhutan and Sri Lanka to open in November 2019
The interiors of Postcard Galle
The interiors of Postcard Galle

The Postcard Hotel, the 10-month-old luxury hotel chain in the market, is already going international. After launching three hotels in Goa last December, Kapil Chopra, the founder and CEO, announced international expansion into Bhutan and Sri Lanka by November 2019.

The Postcard Dewa Thimpu is opening November 15, 2019, while The Postcard Galle will receive guests from November 30, 2019. Postcard Dewa has 15 rooms and suites, set against the backdrop of spectacular mountain vistas, offering traditional Bhutanese cuisine and therapies. The introductory price is Rs 49,000taxes. The Postcard Galle has 10 rooms with reservations having started October 16, 2019. Ocean views and Sri Lankan-inspired dining, along with unique experiences (ranging from wildlife to architecture), Postcard Galle&rsquos the introductory price is Rs 18,000taxes.  

In December 2018, Chopra had launched three hotels in Goa in one day&mdashThe Postcard Moira, The Postcard Velha and The Postcard Cuelim, each offering unique transformative experiences. The expansion to Bhutan and Sri Lanka adds two more hotels to the unique and intimate luxury chain.

&ldquoWe handpick our locations and our hotels, so that guests have an authentic experience. Sri Lanka is the perfect location to explore the cultural landscape of the charming town of Galle, steeped in history dating back hundreds of years. While Bhutan, with its rich culture and breath-taking landscapes has long been on the bucket list of most exclusive and luxury travellers. Guests will now be able to enjoy the best of luxury Indian hospitality that perfectly complements the unique splendour of these destinations,&rdquo said Chopra.

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