The Fern Residency opens in Miramar

The Fern Hotels & Resorts added another hotel to its kitty by opening The Fern Residency Miramar, Goa. Earlier the same property was known as Mystique Heights Beacon. Now it has been upgraded, refurbished and rebranded as The Fern Residency, Miramar – Goa. This takes the tally of hotels under the company’s management to 54 hotels. The hotel is close to famous Dona Paula Jetty and Miramar beach is just a few minutes away from the hotel. The hotel is also 4 kms away from the Panjim bus stand.

The Fern Residency Miramar is a 26-room boutique hotel with superior service standards. The property offers two different categories of rooms. The hotel’s unique interiors, chic ambience and personalized service make it a trendsetter. It’s an eclectic blend of traditional architecture and contemporary amenities. This is the place where luxury and comfort go hand in hand.

The hotel provides Medical Assistance, 24-hour Front Desk, Laundry/dry Cleaning, Concierge, Spa, Recreation Activities, Wi-fi and Secretarial services on request. The dining options comprise of Flamingo restaurant which serves delectable cuisines. Other options are Outer Deck where one can enjoy live barbecue in the open and Fame bar.

Commenting on the opening of the hotel, the COO of the hotel, Suhail Kannampilly said, “This is the first hotel under the Fern Residency brand which we have opened in Goa. We look forward to opening many more such properties in future.”

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