NITN | @notintownlive | 01 Sep 2020
Kolkata/NITN: If you are still wondering if it is okay to go on a holiday in the new normal phase, how about checking out a staycation offer from Marriott International as a confidence building measure?
Marriott International, in a release, said it strongly believes that the health and safety of every guest as well as their staff is important and has in place enhanced hygiene & sanitization practices across all their hotels.
They are offering a choice of staycations at their hotels across India, which is valid until December 31 this year (booking period until October 30, 2020).
Guests may choose from a host of curated experiences within the hotel, according to a release issued by them.
Guest packages will be tailor made to fit in with the unique holiday need and preferences, the release said.
Some of the common features of the staycation packages include complimentary pick up and drop, room upgrade on check-in (subject to availability) and free stay for kids, etc.
Select hotels will also let you indulge in special evenings curated by their chefs or avail of in-room movie experiences, topped with snacks & beverages.
Marriott Bonvoy members will get to earn additional points during their stay, second night onwards.
In eastern India, the staycation offers are available at JW Marriott Kolkata, The Westin Kolkata Rajarhat, Courtyard by Marriott, Siliguri, and Fairfield by Marriott Kolkata.
Gaurav Singh, Multi-Property Vice President, East India & Bangladesh and General Manager JW Marriott Kolkata said, “The staycation deals are designed to offer our valued patrons a bespoke experience across our hotels in eastern India.''
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