Indian Hotels Company Ltd. (IHCL) has introduced an settlement with the Ambuja Neotia Group to handle three Taj inns — two in Kolkata and one in Patna — which might add to its east India presence. IHCL will run these inns by administration contracts. The Ambuja Neotia Group is constructing two different inns in the east, – Taj Chia Kutir, Darjeeling, West Bengal which can open in December and Taj Guras Kutir and Gangtok which can open in 2022.
A resort at Ambuja City Centre, Kolkata with 147 keys, has been in operation for over 10 years and is slated to bear intensive refurbishments earlier than it re-opens as a Taj resort in 2021.
The second property at Eco Park, situated in New Town, is a 57-room resort overlooking Eco Park’s 112-acre water physique. The resort resort with state-of-the-art banqueting and conference services unfold throughout 50,000 sq. ft. is slated to open in 2021.
In Patna the resort is coming up at Ambuja City Centre which is shut the airport. This would be the first branded luxurious resort in town. The resort may have 126 rooms and would be the ideally suited selection for conventions and conferences. It will open in December 2022.
These 5 properties with an estimated funding of ₹800 crore by Ambuja Neotia Group will culminate to a complete of 500 rooms for IHCL.
IHCL which already has a list of 1,000 rooms in jap states has plans to double the capability in four years out of 500 rooms have been dedicated by the affiliation with Ambuja.
Puneet Chhatwal, MD & CEO, IHCL, mentioned, “The Eastern part of India has tremendous potential. With this announcement, we are further strengthening our footprint in the region and building on IHCL’s legacy in some of the most commercially and culturally important cities of the East. These signings also cement our relationship with the Ambuja Neotia Group.”
“We always wanted to be associated with IHCL and are delighted to extend our partnership with three more hotels under the ‘Taj’ brand . Taj is globally renowned, and we look forward to bringing their legendary hospitality to all our hotels. This partnership will give a strong impetus to the development of tourism in the Eastern region,” mentioned Harshavardhan Neotia, chairman, Ambuja Neotia Group.