The hotel is a Greenfield project on a fully fitted lease. It will be designed around the brand’s lean luxe design and service philosophy of offering a vibrant, contemporary, and seamless hospitality experience to its guests.
Suma Venkatesh, Executive Vice President, Real Estate & Development, IHCL said, “This signing is in line with IHCL’s strong commitment to North East India where we have been rapidly expanding our footprint. Dibrugarh, an industrial city in Assam, is an important centre for tea trading and serves as a gateway to prominent tourist destinations in the region. We are delighted to partner with Vela Hotel & Resort LLP for this Ginger hotel.”
Vedanta Baruah, Vela Hotel & Resort LLP said.” We are excited to be associated with India’s leading hospitality company. This will be the first Ginger hotel in Dibrugarh.”
Dibrugarh, known as the ‘Tea City of India’, is a major centre for tea traders with its sprawling tea gardens. It is home to Dibru Saikhowa National Park, one of the world’s 19 biodiversity hotspots. With the addition of this hotel, IHCL will have six hotels in Assam, including four under development.
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