Set amidst eight acres of lush tropical gardens, the retreat houses 27 luxurious villas designed to maximize the glorious views of the lake. Meandering pathways lead to tasteful living spaces that are in complete harmony with nature amidst breezy coconut palms and tropical foliage. The retreat also features a large 25m pool and a performance deck apart from two restaurants designed to become gastronomical destinations offering some of the finest regional as well as global cuisine in the Kerala Backwaters. Essence – the specialty restaurant will offerregional specials and signature oriental cuisine with a collection of the finest wines. Café Samsara, the all-day dining destinationwill serve authentic Kuttanad cuisine as well as global cuisine with fresh made-to-order breakfast.
A key feature of all retreats, Niraamaya’s renowned wellness concept will provide holistic rejuvenation and relaxation in a serene and meditative setting. The multi-award winning Niraamaya Spa will deliver a range of wellness offerings including International, traditional Ayurvedic therapies, tailored wellness immersions and Yoga.
On the launch of the property Manu Rishi Guptha, CEO, Niraamaya Retreats said, “I am very excited to unveil the Niraamaya Retreats Backwaters and Beyond. This is our third property in Kerala and we intend to open two more resorts in Fort Kochi and Munnar to have a well-defined wellness circuit in Kerala. We at Niraamaya create wellness programmes using all the 5 pillars of wellness which are Rest & Rejuvenation, Nutrition, Movement, Yoga, and Mindfulness. Generally, an Ayurveda programme is for 14- 20 days but using our in-house expertise we have launched short interventional Ayurveda programmes starting from 5 days.
Our next phase of growth is to have Retreats in Rajasthan & North East. In Rajasthan, we are trying to develop a circuit amongst the cities such as Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaipur, and Bikaner and in the North East we would like to have a similar circuit by opening resorts in cities like Calcutta, Shillong, Kohima, and Sikkim”.