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Hilton to reopen Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa in the valley of Sahyadris
Wednesday, 15 July, 2020, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Hilton has announced the reopening of Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa on July 17, 2020, welcoming guests once again with its signature hospitality. Located in the pristine Shillimb valley of the Sahyadris just 2.5 hours from Mumbai and 2 hours from Pune, the 99-villas eco-wellness retreat was temporarily closed from March 30, 2020, due to the Corona virus pandemic.
Nestled in unspoiled surroundings amidst the magnificent landscape of the Western Ghats, the retreat offers a sanctuary for the body, mind and spirit, it is spread across 350 acre of picturesque wilderness.

With the reopening, guests will enjoy access to the untouched beauty of the outdoors along with luxurious individual villas while maintaining caution, hygiene, and social distancing measures. They can explore an experiential getaway in the heart of nature with a chance to digitally detox, become one with their surroundings and rejuvenate in the presence of clean unpolluted air to break the monotony of the months indoors at this sanctuary of the mind, body and soul.

The Dharana Food Philosophy of locally sourced produce and ingredients used from the Shillim organic farms would remain embedded in the offerings. Indulge in the much-needed recreational outdoor activities such as nature walks, treks and hikes, cooking workshops, and much more keeping safety at the core.
The company has announced a worldwide roll-out of a new programme to deliver an industry-defining standard of cleanliness and disinfection to its properties. Hilton CleanStay, created in collaboration with Lysol and Dettol maker RB and Mayo Clinic includes new procedures to help guests enjoy an even cleaner and safer stay. Hilton and RB have expanded this partnership to support the global portfolio of hotels and the trusted RB family of products will be used in multiple markets around the world. Elements of the programme will greet guests from the moment they enter the hotel and will be present throughout every aspect of the experience, ensuring the well-being of guests and team members without compromising the hospitality it is known for.
“The safety and wellbeing of our guests and team members remain our highest priority, and we continue to be diligent in our commitment to provide a clean, safe and hospitable environment for all who enter our doors,” said Srikant Peri, general manager of Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa. “We have the unique advantage of an expanse of over 300 acre which allow us to seamlessly achieve social distancing and minimal physical contact. Our deep-rooted ethos of sustainability and eco-wellness the approach creates an experience for our guests which is serene, rejuvenating and luxurious”.
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