Golden Tulip Hotels South Asia now has 17 operational properties all over the country and three new properties opening under four and five star categories this year, which also includes Bangladesh.
Golden Tulip Hotels continues to expand its footprints in India with the launch of its new property- Golden Tulip Vasundhara Dehi-NCR in the premium and luxury category.
Launched in 2007 in India, Golden Tulip Hotels South Asia now has 17 operational properties all over the country and three new properties opening under four and five star categories this year, which also includes Bangladesh.
‘We are proud to associate with Golden Tulip Hospitality Group. With our foray into hotels through Golden Tulip Vasundhara we strive to offer our guests the best services and facilities whether they are travelling for business trip or for leisure,” said Arvind Agarwal- promoter director of the project. Continuing its expansion in India, the brand is launching its fourth property in the northern region of the country.
Golden Tulip Vasundhara, a contemporary business hotel will offer 162 rooms along with a multi cuisine restaurant, rooftop grill restaurant Bar and Lounge and 10000 SQ ft banquet space The rooftop pool restaurant at this new property is an ideal choice for social and corporate events in the region.
The hotel also has a tie up with fitness centre – Snap fitness in the hotel premises that is well equipped and offers personalized trainers.
Spread over 12 levels under suites, club and deluxe category; the 162-keys property is designed keeping in mind the needs and comfort of modern day traveller and offer an array of modern amenities.
The hotel boasts of multi-cuisine restaurant- Capers; an all-day dining restaurant offering an elaborate buffet for a mesmerizing dining experience. A cozy coffee lounge Cafe at the lobby offers a quick bite of delicious patisserie, coffee and other baked goodies.
Commenting on the expansion plans, Vimal Singh- Managing Director, Golden Tulip Hotels & Resorts, South Asia said, “Backed by an international legacy, our aim is to create a portfolio of hotels across the world, with a distinct identity but incorporating the local flavours of each region. It is our constant endeavour to provide business and leisure travellers a personalized and meaningful experience to the cities they travel to. We are looking to position ourselves amongst the leading hotel chains in the country with these new launches.”
The company is looking at aggressively expanding in the next few years across South Asia thereby increasing its market share and establishing itself as a leading hospitality chain in the region.