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Kairali Resorts enters into JV with Country Club

 An article about Kairali resort’s joint venture with Country Club India to develop Ayurvedic centres at the latter’s  upcoming resorts was featured in HospitalityBizIndia.com.

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Kairali Resorts enters into JV with Country Club

Plans Ayurveda hospital in Boston by 2008 end

Friday, January 18, 2008, 11:00 Hrs  [IST]

By Lakshmi Vishwanath | Bengaluru


Kairali Group of Resorts and Spas has entered into a joint venture with Country Club to develop Ayurvedic centres at their upcoming resorts. The property will be developed and managed by Country Club, whereas the Ayurveda aspect will be handled by Kairali.

In the first phase, it will develop five centres and ten more are in the pipeline. Kolkata, Lucknow, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Chennai are some of the locations selected for these centres. Each centre will be developed over one acre, at an investment of Rs five lakh.

The centres will have facilities similar to that of other Kairali properties. Ayurveda diet, Yoga, meditation, tailor-made Ayurveda packages and a team of doctors and therapists are the key features of the centres. They will also feature Kairali products and medicines. “Country Club wants the resorts to be authentic Ayurvedic centres. Non-vegetarian food, alcohol and smoking will not be allowed,” says Gita Ramesh, Managing Director, Kairali Group of Resorts and Spas.

Kairili’s centre in the 80-room property ‘Country Kutiram’ at Hyderabad, will be ready by the end of January, 2008. Others are in the development stage. The group also plans to foray into the international circuit with an Ayurveda hospital in Boston. The company has tied up with a team of doctors, who are keen to propagate alternative forms of medicine. This hospital is expected to be ready by the end on 2008. At present, the group operates 15 Ayurveda centres in India and a few more through their franchisees.

 

 

Published on: 18th January 2008