South Goa’s balmy Benaulim beach gets a new ‘Fortune’

South Goa’s balmy Benaulim beach gets a new ‘Fortune’

Fortune Hotels, a member of ITC’s hotel group has inked an operating agreement for a resort in Benaulim, South of Goa. Poised to open in October, this attractive resort is the third alliance of the chain in Goa. With this latest addition, Fortune Hotels now has 50 alliances across 43 cities of India.

Announcing the signing, Samir MC, managing director of Fortune Park Hotels said: “We are multiplying our inventory in Goa and pacing up growth by announcing our newest soon- to-open resort in Benaulim. With this signing, we expand our leisure portfolio and now have three distinct offerings in the most popular holiday destination of India- an operating hotel in Panjim and an upcoming hotel in Candolim in the North, along with this balmy 96- key resort in the South of Goa.”

Located just 800 meters from the pristine Benaulim beach, this quaint and picturesque resort, is an existing property. It would be speedily refreshed and styled to the Fortune brand standards and readied to welcome guests in its new avatar as Fortune Resort Benaulim Goa by the early part of the festive season.

Together with 96-rooms including plush suites and chalets, a relaxing spa, a stunning swimming pool, multiple food & beverage offerings and unique experiences, this tranquil property is sure to charm the mixed bag of leisure travellers headed to Goa.

Fortune Resort Benaulim Goa, with its unique setting and ample banquet rooms, open spaces and a lawn, can also convert into a perfect venue for dreamy weddings. Mainly catering to leisure, MICE, Charter and wedding business, the resort is expected to continue to capitalise on MICE related opportunities that seem to be steadily growing in the state.

Currently, Fortune Park Hotels Limited offers 4 sub-brands in the mid-market to upscale segment in India ie. Fortune Select, Fortune Park, Fortune Resort and Fortune Inn. With this signing, the premier domestic chain now has 3 hotels with ~250 rooms across the tiniest state of India.

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