Hilton signs new hotel with Ckr Resorts Hyderabad

The American hotel company Hilton Hotels has announced the signing of an agreement with CKR Resorts to launch its flagship brand in Hyderabad – the Hilton Hyderabad Resort & Spa. The company said it continues to expand its presence in India and currently operates 24 hotels, seven of which are Hilton Hotels & Resorts properties.

Navjit Ahluwalia, the company’s senior vice president and country manager in India, said, “I am delighted to announce the signing of Hilton Hyderabad Resort & Spa. We are actively exploring strategic opportunities to roll out our brands across the country and this signing strengthens our presence in the South Indian region. We are delighted to partner with CKR Resorts and bring our world class hospitality to our guests in Hyderabad. I am confident that when the hotel opens, it will be a favorite destination for all travellers.”

Srinivas Chintala Reddy, Director of CKR Resorts, said, “We are delighted to partner with Hilton – one of the world’s leading hospitality companies – to bring the international hotel experience to the state of Telangana. Hyderabad is a city that attracts international and domestic travelers due to its historical and cultural relevance, and we are confident that we will be able to offer our guests world-class hospitality through this partnership. »

The complex is spread over 15 acres and is located in Shamirpet, Hyderabad, near Genome Valley – a high-tech business hub focused on pharmaceutical research and development. It will have 115 rooms and 13 villas.

Earlier this month, the company’s Asia-Pacific president, Alan Watts, said mint that he launched a 619-key dual-brand resort in Bangalore in partnership with Embassy Office Parks REIT, a property investment firm. Watts said India’s hospitality industry was catching up with China, the disproportionate focus on the luxury segment and why India is a critical market for the company.

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