Mumbai: Ginger Hotels, the dominant budget hotel chain from the house of Tata’s, today announced the launch of its second hotel in Noida; Ginger Hotel Noida, East. With this, Ginger, a pioneer in budget accommodation, now has one of the largest room inventories in Noida.
Strategically located in the heart of Noida, Ginger Hotel Noida, East; provides convenient access to Noida Expo Centre, Electronic City, Corenthum Business Park, Pragati Maidan, Buddh International Racing Circuit and Delhi Expo Mart. The hotel is also in close proximity to Okhla Bird Sanctuary, Akshardham Temple and the Old Fort. The hotel’s location allows access to a multitude of other services like medical, entertainment and banking within the radius of a kilometer.
With 96 smartly designed rooms, professional and efficient team to serve you with a smile, this sparkling clean hotel offers free high-speed wireless Internet, multi cuisine restaurant with 24/7 coffee shop, well-equipped fitness center, reliable security features and state of the art meeting facilities, the hotel is a great choice for today’s value conscious traveler.
“This is an extremely proud moment for us as we launch our second hotel in Noida – a city that is continuously evolving as a business district and IT hotspot. Ginger is the largest chain of branded budget hotels in India with a resilient promise of safety, cleanliness, wonderful sleep experience, refreshing shower experience, a sumptuous breakfast and seamless internet connectivity. We assure travelers of a delightful experience with us,” said Rahul Pandit, MD & CEO, Ginger Hotels.
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