<p style="text-align: justify;">A perfect honeymoon destination, wellness haven and a great family retreat too! That’s The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali for you.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">While traveling itself is therapeutic, a rejuvenating stay can enhance that experience further. Whether you are looking for a romantic holiday, a wellness retreat or some family time with kids, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali is the perfect option.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">This beach resort offers a holistic holiday with its 433 spaciously appointed rooms and suites. Every room has its own private balcony with ocean, pool or garden views.</p> <img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-1073" src="http://thehotelexplorer.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Living-area-of-Ocean-View-Suite-with-pool-1024x695.jpg" alt="" width="625" height="424" /> <strong>Tropical Beach Experience</strong> <p style="text-align: justify;">A luxury enclave located on Bali’s southern peninsula, Nusa Dua is designed for the discerning traveller. Featuring a private section of the stunning Nusa Dua beach, you can lounge, relax or go snorkeling.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">With a selection of Dream Beds beckoning you to relax in true tropical style, as you sip on a cocktail from the pool bar, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua’s stretch of beach is the idyllic private beach club right in the comfort of the resort. Add to this the breathtakingly beautiful panoramic views of the Indian Ocea
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<p style="text-align: justify;">In quest of serenity and tranquility, far away from the urban cacophony, I along with my spouse set forth for Mukteshwar in Uttarakhand. Mukteshwar is a pleasing hamlet situated at an elevation of about 7000 ft. above sea level in Nainital district. It offers distinctly visible 180-degree view of the majestic Himalayan range. It is believed that Lord Shiva killed a demon at this spot and he granted him salvation. Calling this a land of renunciation, Swami Vivekananda said “Everything in this life is fraught with fear; Renunciation alone is fearless.”</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">There was an undeniable delight at the sight of beckoning hill range at Haldwani from where climbing starts for the destination through anfractuous roads with fascinating bends. After nine hours of journey by car we reached our destination-One Partridge Hill. Every aspect of this property makes one feel like it is customized. One side of it is covered by forest and on the other side it offers splendid view of the enchanting valley and the Himalayas. The rooms and bathrooms are quite tasteful and luxurious. There is a lovely walking trail to explore around the property. Standing at the garden I could experience the scenic resplendence. It is uniquely environment-friendly with provision for rain water harvesting. There is a backyard compost pit to make soil conditioner for its dizzying array of flower plants and other homegrown vegetable plants.</p> <img clas

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Attention ladies and hubbies! Whether you’re a hardworking homemaker who wipes up a neat meal plan for your tribe or a proficient executive assembling law and order at workforce, a break with your significant other is never undesirable. Tried and tested, here’s what a couple should do to take a break – just check into Vivanta by Taj – Dwarka, and go straight to Tipple, the hotel’s very own pleasantly scented lounge bar. Don’t wait for Christmas, literally.
It is said that variety is the spice of life. Sampan — the Flavours of Asia restaurant at The Suryaa hotel — has also decided to go for a ‘makeover’, of their dishes that is! We arrived for a sampling of the new menu on offer at the Sampan and didn’t go back disappointed. A specially crafted five-course menu, for ‘The Hotel Explorer’ team, was laid out for us for the evening. Located on the top floor of The Suryaa, the restaurant offers stunning panoramic view of the city. The subtle and impressive interiors add to the charm of this Pan Asian restaurant.
Tamra
Let’s get straight to the point here, shall we? The name, Tamra, is going to get a lot of foodies like us into a confused frenzy. It’s not just a fancy name for an Indian restaurant, much like we thought it to be. For tamra—translating into copper in Sanskrit—is just one facet of this 186-seater, multi-cuisine restaurant opened this February at the Shangri-La Eros Hotel in New Delhi. Misleading as it was, we did see samosa chat on the menu though before deciding to dine there. Misleading also because it’s technically five specialty restaurants rolled into one. Much like hundreds of rolling pins (belan, if you please) strapped onto jute ropes hanging from ceiling, sharing space with rows of wheat grass planters. A blend of Indian and orient.

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