New Delhi: Lemon Tree Hotels, India’s largest hotel chain in the mid-priced hotel sector as of June 30, 2017 (according to Horwath HTL India), today announced the formal opening of its two refreshing hotels, Lemon Tree Premier, Patna and Lemon Tree Hotel, Alwar, marking their entry into these historic cities.
Signaling the group’s focus on Bihar, and their overall expansion plans across India, Rattan Keswani, Deputy Managing Director, Lemon Tree Hotels and Director, Carnation Hotels said, “We are delighted to bring the Lemon Tree brand to Patna and Alwar. These hotels are a first for us and present an exciting branded alternative to the city residents as well as our existing customer base. Both cities imbibe a rich cultural heritage and attract business and leisure travelers alike. We invite guests to discover our unique brand and enjoy the same refreshing experience, quality and consistency that Lemon Tree is known for.”
Lemon Tree Hotels (LTH) is India’s 3rd largest hotel chain overall, in terms of controlling interest in owned and leased rooms, as on June 30, 2017, according to Horwath HTL India.
Lemon Tree Premier, Patna boasts of plush and stylish interiors and charms its visitors with large glass doors and a beautiful fountain in the driveway, a contemporary lobby accentuated by a serene Buddha sculpture and remarkable modern art.
Designed to offer both comfort and convenience to its guests being located in the heart of the commercial and entertainment hub of the city, just 5 minutes from the railway station, it’s proximity to prominent office near Gandhi Maidan such as, RBI, Biscomaun Bhavan, FCI, NABARD, and city landmarks like Vidhan Sabha, Patna Secretariat and Patna High Court, is also an advantage.
Together with 105 plush and spacious rooms and suites, a 24×7 multi-cuisine coffee shop– Citrus Café with a show kitchen, a rejuvenating spa and salon- Fresco, a fully equipped gym, a rooftop swimming pool and a soon to open Indian restaurant, the hotel offers a refreshing alternative to both business and leisure travelers as well as city dwellers. The hotel also offers 20,000 sq. ft. of banquet and meeting spaces, an exquisite board room, a business center along with a rooftop terrace making it a sought after destination for Corporate events, weddings and socials.
Lemon Tree Hotel, Alwar is a stylish midscale hotel and appeals to both business and leisure travelers alike. The hotel is located close to the industrial belts of Bhiwadi and Alwar as well as the popular tourist destinations of Sariska Tiger Reserve & National Park, Bala Quilla-the famous Alwar Fort and the City Palace-the 17th century architectural marvel. Another notable testament in its close vicinity is the legendary Bhangarh Fort.
Encompassing 40 contemporary rooms and suites, a multi-cuisine coffee shop – Citrus Café, a private dining area- Sky Lounge, a hip recreation bar – Slounge, a conference room, as well as a fitness center, the vibrant hotel is truly a home away from home.
With the opening of these new properties, Lemon Tree Hotels now owns and operates 42 hotels in 26 cities with 4434 rooms (as on September 30, 2017).
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