Atmantan’s campaign markets itself as an After-COVID safe haven
Jul 08, 2020
  • By: Deepali Nandwani

Atmantan lies at a five-hour-drive from Mumbai but is a world apart: sprawling lawns, two restaurants, luxurious villas, and a wellness programme that attracts global travellers and Mumbai’s crème de la crème to this 42-acre property overlooking the pristine Mulshi Lake.

Atmantan Offers A Curated Programme Of Meditation And Wellness. The Divine Buddha At Atmantan Wellness Centre
Atmantan offers a curated programme of meditation and wellness. Photograph: The Divine Buddha at wellness centre.

Even as bigger hotel groups are exploring ways to open up, Atmantan is welcoming guests with a campaign that markets its many offerings and its safety and hygiene protocols. Nikhil Kapoor, ironman triathlete and founder-director, Atmantan Wellness Centre, appears in the video to talk about how the retreat has created protocols to ensure safety and hygiene according to protocols laid out by the administration.

The Campaign Focuses On Atmantan S Safety Protocols And Its Inspired Experiences.
The campaign focuses on Atmantan’s safety protocols and its inspired experiences.

The destination retreat offers unparalleled wellness programmes with warm Indian hospitality. “The wellness here is highly personalised, evidence-based and result-oriented and this is what gives our guests the transformative experiences,” says Kapoor. “All the team members shall be staying at the premises, ensuring the safety of one and all with no back-and-forth travelling; the team, as well as guests, shall be screened for the vitals daily; the team has been sensitised and trained to play their role to keep all at the property safe by sanitising and disinfecting all areas at regular intervals; we are using the highest standard of disinfectants, and the advanced UV-C machines for all the public areas and guest rooms prior to the check-in.”

 

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