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Mumbai gets first of 29 revamped holiday inns

Hotel chain Holiday Inn has made a new beginning in India by opening its first up-graded hotel in Mumbai and 28 such ‘refreshed’ hotels would be added soon. All the hotels would be run through management contracts.

india Updated: Apr 02, 2010, 20:32 IST
Lalatendu Mishra
Lalatendu Mishra
Hindustan Times

Hotel chain Holiday Inn has made a new beginning in India by opening its first up-graded hotel in Mumbai and 28 such ‘refreshed’ hotels would be added soon. All the hotels would be run through management contracts.

This is part of Intercontinental Hotel Group’s (IHG) $1 billion (Rs 4,600 crore) global re-branding exercise for Holiday Inn, which includes more than 3,300 hotels around the world.

India’s first 225-room ‘refreshed’ Holiday Inn features all the required modifications and is located at Saki Naka, Andheri, an emerging business destination.

“This is a deluxe business hotel and we would pose serious completion to other hotels near the airport. Conveniently located, we are starting with a room tariff of Rs 5,999 plus taxes,” said Harry Thaliwal, general manager of the hotel.

Asia Pacific has already got 30 revamped Holiday Inns.

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