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India's first Pure Rooms open at Meluha, The Fern

Meluha, The Fern has become the first hotel in India to offer Pure Rooms. The property offers 19 rooms that are 99 per cent pollution-free thanks to a seven-step purification process so guests can breathe easily. The facility has been certified by the New York-based company Pure Solutions and the hotel is hoping to turn all 108 of its guest rooms into Pure Rooms in the future.

India's first Pure Rooms open at Meluha, The Fern

A Mumbai hotel has become the first hotel in India to provide pollution-free "Pure Rooms" for its guests.

Meluha, The Fern in Powai, Mumbai in India has transformed 19 of its 108 guest rooms into Pure Rooms which enables guests to rest and breathe easily in a 99 per cent pollution-free environment.

Garfield Soares; the Sales Manager of Meluha, The Fern; talking to Zee News India explained:

"We have been able to create this facility only on the sixth floor where 19 rooms have been certified as Pure Rooms."

Soares added that their guests are mostly expats who have strong concerns about health and allergies and they look for hotel facilities that are pollution-free. He commented:

"It was their queries which made us go through the elaborate procedure which was certified by New York based Pure Solutions, six months ago."

The award-winning hotel in Mumbai has been certified by New York based Pure Solutions and according to the company it involves:

"a seven-step purification process which treats every surface, including the air, removing up to 99 per cent of pollutants to help you breathe easy and rest peacefully. Our air-purification system protects you from airborne irritants, and eliminates odours at the source, leaving the room smelling fresh and clean."

A stay in the Pure Rooms costs between Rs 8,000 and Rs 16,000 per night and due to the demand and positive response so far, Meluha, The Fern is planning to turn all of the India hotel's guest rooms into Pure Rooms in the future.

Approximately 75 per cent of the Mumbai hotel's guests originate from the United States and Europe and the property has received a fantastic response from tourists who have experienced this pure indulgence, saying it was "the best night's sleep in a long time."

One of these guests was Dr Nathan Swansea, an asthma and allergy doctor who recently visited Mumbai for a conference.

"This process provides an effective solution for those looking for a safe haven while travelling away from home," he commented. "Knowing how little it needs for my own allergy to trigger off I did not want to take chances. Though the conference is in the other end of town, I realised I needed a good night's sleep, especially with the jet-lag."

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