By on April 10, 2021
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Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), South Asia’s largest hospitality company, today announced the opening of a new amã Stays & Trails heritage bungalow – La Maison – in Panaji, Goa. Located in Fontainhas – popularly known as Goa’s Latin quarter, the villa is an eight room architectural marvel which also houses Desbue, an elegant dining offering Portuguese-Goan and western cuisine. 

Built in the 1940s, La Maison is a blend of Goan-Portuguese architecture and modern comforts to provide a home-like indulgence. Set amidst a heritage neighbourhood built in the 19th century, the emerald green structure stands tall neighbouring the 1800s St. Sebastian chapel. The villa’s artistic wooden doors, tinted vintage tiles, overhead balconies and red-tiled roofs complement the modish decor and chic furnishings creating a comforting space for a classic Goan rendezvous.

In addition to La Maison, the brand will soon launch a new bungalow – Chikoo Villa in Anjuna. Nestled amidst serene environs with close proximity to the beach, Goa’s finest restaurants and the colourful local experience, the luxurious villa once owned by a Goan family is a hundred-year-old legacy restored. 

Be it a peek into Goa’s lesser discovered secrets like Betul and Saipem; the enlivening serpentine lanes of Fontainhas; a cosy retreat in Siolim and Candolim amidst quaint churches and tropical fruit trees; or a journey through Goa’s architectural history in a bungalow dating back to the 1900s; amã Stays & Trails bungalows bring alive each location with unique experiences.

The brand currently has a portfolio of 7 bungalows and villas across Goa. 

For more information about amã Stays & Trails, please visit here.

About amã Stays & Trails  

A new concept of homestays from The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), South Asia’s largest hospitality brand, amã Stays & Trails homestays are present across Alappuzha, Kerala; Coorg and Chikmagalur in Karnataka; Goa; Lonavala and Madh Island, Mumbai in Maharashtra. With the addition of the new bungalows, the brand currently has a portfolio of 24 bungalows with eight under development. From living the simple life in heritage bungalows at pristine locations to discovering untouched forest trails and local cuisine, an amã Stays & Trails holiday takes you back to the basics.

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