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For the uninitiated,the reason nobody talks about The Grand at Vasant Kunj,earlier called Grand Hyatt,is that a fire at their Japanese restaurant Enoki forced an unplanned closure over a year ago.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE |
May 3, 2009 2:59:49 am

For the uninitiated,the reason nobody talks about The Grand at Vasant Kunj,earlier called Grand Hyatt,is that a fire at their Japanese restaurant Enoki forced an unplanned closure over a year ago. However,The Grand is all set for a re-launch in two months with a spanking new look while their restaurants and bars open later in May.

Though work is still on full scale in the lobby,and the hotel currently has a permanently desolate look,their old gym and spa,Spa Oasis has been fully operational since April. Situated in the same place,right off the swimming pool,old clients are trickling in again. (The gym was a favourite with the expat community based in Vasant Vihar.) Choose between a Swedish Massage with Aroma Oils (Rs. 2,500) or their Tropical Coconut Crème Therapy,Rs 5000) that lasts for 90 minutes. If you can spare the time for the entire routine of a steam,Jacuzzi,ice dip,massage and exfoliation,this treatment by the hotel’s talented masseur Neelam is guaranteed to put you in a good mood for the rest of the day.

The spa offers a Moroccan Spice Body Rub for 60 minutes at Rs 4,500 and a variety of facial and head massages. A tad over priced,considering the deals available at Spas in Delhi these days,the managers say they’re working on deals for specific therapies.

For more details call 011-26771234

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