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Pune, Spice sprinkled, Sauce drizzled & Platter sizzled…That's Double Tree by Hilton for you, which is spread over a area of 1,00,000 sq.ft is being now launched in Pune on 5th April 2013,with a variety of cuisine which is really going to relish all food lovers.
A happening diner, Double Tree by Hilton is located at Level 12, C32 Tata Motors Road MIDC Chinchwad, and is great and awesome for a quick meal with friends, an elaborate celebration with family and kids or a quiet romantic dinner with your beloved. One is sure to have a refreshing feel whenever one is in the restaurant. The ambience is subtle and vibrant.
At Double Tree by Hilton, we know what you like; because it’s what we like. Double Tree by Hilton level 12 serves a delectable mix of American, Italian, Far and Middle Eastern cuisines; it truly offers the quintessential global fine dining experience. Sizzling steaks, hearty hot dogs, fiery Mexican delights, a great selection of pastas, pizzas, gnocchi and risotto, classic fondues and sumptuous desserts… Level 12 has something for everyone.
Panchshil Hotels Pvt Ltd is proud to announce that they have entered into agreement with the international hotel chain, Hilton Worldwide, to bring their upscale hotel brand “DoubleTree by Hilton” to Pune.
If one is in the mood for some spirits then head to the stylish bar, which serves exotic cocktails and drinks, including margaritas and daiquiris, or one can ask for the bar man's special of the day too. Whatever the occasion, whatever the mood, whatever the company, Level 12 can make your day. When you are at Level 12, time and all such menacing things are kept at bay. All that is allowed is fun, frolic and great food.
Sunil Kumar- Regional Director, Human Resources – India, Hilton Worldwide said that “there is a shortage of skilled manpower, the trend of recruiting from Tier II and III cities is not limited to the metros, however - the increasing number of hotels in small towns is adding to the demand. The trend is also industry-wide, and not restricted to a few big chains. There has been a 20 per cent increase in hiring from small towns over the past five to six years.
On the occasion Pratik Chordia (Owner, Panchashil Group) Said, “Industry expects to add around 61,000 hotel rooms over the next four to five years. He added further that “there are some 120,000 hotel rooms in the country at present. Supply, meanwhile, is struggling to keep pace”.
Sahadev Mehata said (Gen. Manager, Double Tree Hilton Hotel, Pune), “The country's hotel management schools graduate just over 10,000 students a year. The requirement is at least three times this number.”
Let the journey begin!
India Infoline Research Team / 14:59, May 20, 2015
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