Titled "Comfort and Care Taken To New Levels", Ms. Linda Barnard opens the piece by saying that "Maybe it was the rose petals showered from above as we arrived, or the sachets discovered tucked into luggage, the cleaning kit left beside an iPad or the welcoming ceremony at each hotel. No, it was definitely the pony."
Highlighting her stay at The Oberoi, Mumbai, The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra, The Oberoi Sukhvilas Resort & Spa, Siswan Forest Range, New Chandigarh and The Oberoi, Gurgaon, she says "Each property offers a range of add-on-for-fee "experiences," including tours, art and cooking classes, and romantic dinners in special locations around the hotel grounds. And if the dripping bathing suit you hung in the shower has gone AWOL, you'll find it dried and nestled in tissue in a wicker basket at the foot of the bed with a note on top explaining where your missing swimwear went."
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Comfort and care taken to new levels The Star Oberoi Hotels Resorts began in 1934 and operates more than 30 hotels, including 12 in India