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Royal Palms ties up with WorldHotels

business Updated: Jul 27, 2008 20:42 IST
HT Correspondent

Realty-to-hospitality company Royal Palms has entered into a co-branding and marketing tie-up with WorldHotels of Germany for its upcoming 418 room super-luxury five star hotel at Goregaon in Mumbai.

Called Palace Hotel & Towers and scheduled to open towards the end of this year, this would be the only hotel in India in WorldHotels’ chain.

The hotel will have lot of gold engraved in the interiors and an average room would cost a minimum of Rs 20,000 per day. Special rooms in this hotel are bigger than 2BHK apartments, may be the largest in the five star category.

WorldHotels manages nearly 450 hotels in more than seventy countries.

“The tie-up under the deluxe category will position the Palace Hotel among global business tourists as an exclusive venue," said Dilawar Nensey, joint managing director, Royal Palms Estates. "Our main target are business and leisure travellers, conferences and incentive organisers."