After entry in Gujarat from Dwarka, Cygnett Hotels to set up 6 more hotels in the state in 2 yearsDecember 16, 2017
Cygnett Hotels & Resorts, a fast growing chain of hotels and resorts in India, which yesterday inaugurated its first hotel in Gujarat near Pilgrim city of Dwarka will start six more hotels in the state by 2019 including the one at Somnath.
Addressing a press conference here, the CEO of the asset light hotel management group (Cygnett) Alok Verma informed this. He said that the group would start hotels in Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot, Surat, Somnath and somewhere near Gir sanctuary by 2019. ‘The 48 key hotel at Dwarka, Cygnett Inn was overall our 12 th hotel across the country. We are the fastest growing asset light hotel management group (does not own the hotel property but just manage it) to have started so many hotels in just a period of 4 years since our inception. Recently we have achieved the milestone of being the first prominent group to start a hotel in Arunachal Pradesh capital Itanagar,’ he added.
Verma said that the group now want to start hotels in all the major cities of Gujarat as well as the other important pilgrimage center of Somnath and in the vicinity of Gir famous for its Asiatic lions.
Cygnett Inn in Dwarka has a state- of- the- art fitness centre armed with top notch gymming equipments. A dedicated kid’s zone and a lavish swimming pool add to the list of amenities. With 1,800 square feet of flexible indoor banqueting and meeting space capable of accommodating 150 people, the hotel is an ideal venue for conferences, meetings, elaborate social events and weddings.
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