Leisure Hotels Group, the largest luxury Hotel Chain in Uttarakhand, with additional presence in Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Goa has added 30 new rooms to its luxury wildlife resort, the Riverview Retreat making it the largest Capacity Resort in the Corbett Park & Ramnagar Area. With the largest available banquet facilities that can accommodate up to 400 guests. The Riverview Retreat has now become the largest MICE Resort in the Corbett National Park.
‘The Riverview Retreat’-a wildlife resort situated along with the banks of River Kosi, spread over nine acres, now offers 90 well-appointed rooms & private villas of two, three, four bedrooms or independent and duplex rooms. Almost every room in the resort has a breath-taking view of the hills. The sloping tiled roofs, cool stone floors with throw rugs, and block wood furniture creates a wild natural ambience. The rooms are very tastefully designed & decorated with plenty of daylight. The resort offers an intimate ambience with private sit-outs and garden, offering a complete family holiday experience.
Vibhas Prasad, Director, Leisure Hotels Group said, “Corbett is well connected with many major North Indian cities, which enables convenient travelling. It could be thrilling for corporate employees to mix business with pleasure by lazing around, meditating and playing etc., in luxury accommodations such as this - The Riverview Retreat.”
The villas have private garden and entrances. Besides invigorating meeting sessions amidst scenic & serene environs surrounded by nature & wildlife, the luxury wildlife resort has on offer Activities & Leisure, all in one location, for everyone to indulge in entertainment nights with live performance, cocktails and bonfires, bird watching, fishing, safaris, nature walks/ treks/ hikes, and much more.
“While we understand certain protocol for weddings, we also have our sister properties adjacent to us, should arise to allot separate accommodations for the Bride’s and the Groom’s Family & Friends, so groups are housed separately while being next to each other.”, elaborated Mr Prasad.