Titled "Oberoi Sukhvilas: Luxury in the lap of Nature, and it’s an unforgettable experience", Ms. Lopamudra Ghatak highlights that "Nature comes to life, in all its form, as one enters the sprawling Oberoi Sukhvilas Resort and Spa, spread over 25 acres. Nestled away in the city of Chandigarh in a place called New Chandigarh, it is surrounded by over 8,000 acres of the Siswan forest at the foothills of the outer Himalayas. And, naturally, the morning sky is a pure blue vision, while the evening one leaves you gazing at the stars."
Briefly touching upon the history behind the design of the resort and the culinary offering, Ms. Ghatak emphasises that "Head Chef Simran Singh Thapar at the all-day multi-cuisine restaurant, Anant Mahal, relies a lot on seasonal produce, herbs and spices grown at their on-site farm or by local growers. While fireplaces and chandeliers give it a traditional feel, the menu is fairly international; the Grilled Scottish Salmon and the New Zealand Lamb Ravioli were delicious.” She ends the piece by adding that “If you are looking for a break, and have some money to spare, head to the Oberoi Sukhvilas Resort and Spa. Nature and luxury can help provide that much-needed recharge."
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