These hotels were opened in various destination across India. Two hotels in Amritsar, one in Sampbalpur and one in Somnath. The group also opened one leisure property in Kabini, Karnataka.
The new hotels launched in Amritsar, Somnath and Sambalpur will help fortify the group’s position as one of the leaders in the corporate business market.
These hotels are located in close proximity to the city’s corporate houses, central business district and other transport hubs which is predicted to feed a strong demand pipeline originating from industrial organisations and IT companies.
Regenta Kabini Springs Resort in Kabin in the state of Karnataka, marks the groups foray into a tourist-intensive and high-demand area of Kabini. Surrounded by indigenous wildlife, a dense tropical jungle and a beautiful river, Regenta Kabini Springs Resort, Kabini distinctly offers surreal and bespoke experiences as wild as mother nature herself.
Commenting on the new launches, Chander K. Baljee, Chairman & Managing Director said, “Despite several challenges and volatility faced during the last 16 month, ROHL has been growing from strength to strength. The addition of 5 new hotels into our group will further bolster our portfolio, add revenues and increase profitability in the years to come.
We remain steadfast and focused on our goal to reach the milestone of 100 hotels by the end of 2022. I’m confident that in the months and years to come we will continue to grow at a phenomenal rate and reach greater height’s”.
Royal Orchid Hotels ended at Rs84.85 apiece up by Rs2.5 or 3.04% on Sensex.