Surya Palace hotel in Vadodara rebrands to Grand MercureJune 21, 2017
Vadodara: Surya Palace, the iconic hotel in the city of Vadodara has been rebranded to Grand Mercure Vadodara Surya Palace. For 30 years, Surya Palace has set impeccable service standards and has established a benchmark for hospitality in the city. Strategically located in proximity to Vadodara’s business district and corporate hubs, the hotel is the first Grand Mercure to launch in the state of Gujarat. Featuring 146 guest rooms including five suites, Azure an all-day dining restaurant, Vanilla a delicatessen, an outdoor pool, a fitness and wellness centre, the hotel is a mere two minute drive from the railway station and 10 minutes from the airport.
Jean-Michel Cassé, Chief Operating Officer, India & South Asia, AccorHotels said, “The rebranding of Grand Mercure Vadodara Surya Palace gives us an opportunity to showcase the property as our 48th hotel in the country and highlight AccorHotels’ growing network in the region. It further strengthens our presence in Gujarat as AccorHotels’ first upscale property in the state and West India. Grand Mercure is a cultural touchstone in each destination, capturing guests’ imagination and bringing local stories to life.”
AccorHotels brings its international brand heritage, large distribution network and the benefits of its global loyalty programme to the property. Laying strong emphasis on talent and culture, AccorHotels strives to understand customer needs and requirements, providing exceptional services through its expansive brand networks.
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