Ronil Goa marks the foray of the JdV by Hyatt brand in Southwest Asia

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Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of Ronil Goa, marking the debut of its JdV by Hyatt brand in Southwest Asia. Ronil Goa is situated on the famous Calangute Baga Road in north Goa and is backed by a legacy of more than 35 years. The boutique resort, now a JdV by Hyatt hotel, is conveniently located near major tourist destinations, upscale shopping, and entertainment venues. It will be the first five-star hotel along this busy stretch. Both Manohar and Dabolim International Airports in Goa provide easy access to the hotel. 

The resort will embody traditional Goan hospitality through immersive experiences, in keeping with the JdV by Hyatt brand promise. Its architecture is inspired by Indo-Portuguese style. 

“The launch of the JdV by Hyatt brand in India marks a strategic turning point in Hyatt’s deliberate expansion within the leisure market, complementing our current portfolio of Hyatt brands in the nation. We can’t wait for visitors coming to Goa to enjoy this daring experience. A wonderful complement to the portfolio, Ronil Goa embodies the brand’s philosophy of living in the present and appreciating life’s little pleasures. “We are excited about expanding our unique brand presence across the subcontinent,” stated Sunjae Sharma, Hyatt’s Managing Director for India and Southwest Asia.

“We are thrilled to have Ronil as the first JdV by Hyatt hotel in India and Southwest Asia in this new version. As we start this new journey together, we are excited to celebrate many milestones with Hyatt,” said Gaurav Khaunte, owner of Ronil Goa and managing director of Ronil Hotels and Resorts.

For those who are willing to try new things and are “young at heart,” the boutique resort will be the perfect place to be. Ronil Goa features two central swimming pools, 135 stylish rooms with balconies, and a variety of unforgettable activities. Fluted wall panels, reminiscent of shell texture, are a common feature throughout the resort, particularly in the guest rooms. The property’s guests are made to feel at home with features like roomy open wardrobes, a free minibar, signature Cedar Sandalwood bath amenities, cozy beds, and well-liked local tea and coffee brands. 

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