Koti Resorts is set to all set to open new properties in the North Indian states of Punjab, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh.
Just 30 min northeast of Shimla on Naldehra Golf course road, Koti Resort is a luxury property built on a knoll, offering spectacular views of Himalayan ranges and the valley. Yatinder Chand, Managing Director, Koti Resorts, informs, “The resort has 54 elegantly furnished spacious rooms built along a lawn. The USP of our resort is its location and the drive-in parking, which is a major concern in the city of Shimla. As we are situated on a knoll, it gives 360 degrees view of the Himalayan range and offers peaceful ambience.”
Chand is leaving no stone unturned to promote the property, while keeping up with the latest technology. “Along with the new ways of digital marketing, we still are practicing sales and promotions through print and electronic medium, participation in tourism fairs,” he said. On relationship with the trade, he said,“We have kept our association with our travel partners and have been getting excellent support from them.”
The resort is eco-friendly and has adopted measures to reduce its carbon footprint. “We have taken measures such as water consumption audit, switching to LED light bulbs, using daylight exclusively in lobby, restaurant, main kitchen and other public areas for as much of the day as possible. We have also installed solar water heating system and have zero usage of plastic in hotel in terms of guest supplies,” informed Chand.
“We have been updating ourselves with new ways of marketing tools. Maintaining excellent service standards to the guest have helped us in referrals and getting repeat customers. It is the teamwork of our staff and the management, which helps in creating a cordial working atmosphere, which helps in providing Service with a Smile to our guests,” he said.
Going ahead, they have made a Jungle Resort in Punjab. “It’s a 32-room property and we have plans to add another 50 rooms in the near future. Also, we have kept options open to add couple of resorts in Himachal and Uttarakhand,” he said.