Mahua Kothi launched in India

Taj Hotels and CC Africa have announced the name of their first lodge in India, which represents a first step in the joint venture I unveiled on A Luxury Travel Blog a few months back. The lodge at  Bandhavgarh  in central India will be called Mahua Kothi, drawing its name from the Mahua (or butter) tree. The flowers from the tree are rich in minerals and vitamins and  play a central role in local festivals and rituals. Mahua Kothi occupies the site of the former Churhat Kothi tented camp but has been extensively renovated. The introductory rate to stay at Mahua Kothi is $600 per person.

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