INDIA’S FIRST RESORT ON THE LINES OF JAPANESE TREE HOUSE CHALET, RUMOURSS SKY VILLA TO OPEN AT LONAVALA, MAHARASHTRA
Mumbai: Lonavala, the popular hill station getaway from Mumbai and Pune, is all set to feature India’s first resort on the lines of Japanese Tree House Chalets. An architectural feat, the villas at Rumourss Sky Villa & Resort are erected on a single iron mast at a height of about 30 to 40 feet that tremble gently and pleasantly at periodical intervals.
“One of its kind, Rumourss Sky Villa & Resort will forever alter the travel experience of tourists in India. Instead of going for regular structure with more rooms, we decided to make the villas unique and enhance user experience. We house only eight villas in the entire resort. Four of them are sky villas and four ground villas. This will enable us to provide quality service to each of our guests,” says Devang Badiyani, Managing Director, Rumourss Sky Villa & Resort Pvt Ltd.
The resort is expected to be formally opened and fully operational by the end of the month, however guests have been availing services with limited functions since August. Located on the lap of a mountain on one side and a lake across the road on the other, Rumourss is set on a picturesque location with easy accessibility. It houses a fully lit swimming pool and a multi cuisine restaurant.
“With a usable area of 400 sq. feet, each villa comes with a spacious balcony, a cozy attic with
One of the most popular weekend destinations for both Mumbai as well as Pune residents, Lonavala is located 96 kms from the former and 64 kms from the latter. Set on an altitude of about 2000 feet above sea level, Lonavala enjoys a pleasant weather throughout the year.
“It is however most sought during the monsoons and the winter. During the rains, you can literally see life blossoming and earth around you becoming a sea of green interspersed with idyllic blue of still water. The region is also historically significant with many forts and caves including Lohagad fort, Visapur fort, Karla caves and Bhaja caves. The hill station along with its twin Khanadala, sprawl over an area of 38 square kms and are set on the Sahyadri ranges,” concludes Devang Badiyani.