Best Western launches hotel in Baddi

Best Western India recently launched its first international hotel brand at Baddi in Himachal Pradesh. Branded as Best Western Royal Park this new 51 room property is spread across 2.5 acres and is part of the Best Western India’s expansion plans to become the largest hotel chain in the country.

Baddi, an industrial township in Solan district is located in the Shivalik Hills about 40 kilometers from Chandigarh. “Baddi can easily be called the pharmaceutical capital of the country, as half of India’s pharmaceutical production is based out of this township. This was one of the major reasons for us to develop a hotel property here” said Mr Ashok Kukreja, Partner Best Western Royal Park, Baddi.

While speaking during the launch, Mr Sudhir Sinha, President & COO, Best Western India said, “It is a great opportunity for both, the Best Western India Group and Royal Park to offer it’s high quality of service and hospitality for which the Group is known the world over.

Apart from 24 x 7 service staff the hotel is equipped with international standard amenities and services to facilitate business activities in this township which were not available in Baddi and in the vicinity. Besides a coffee shop, rooftop restaurant, bar, conference & banqueting facilities, one can also opt for Spa, gymnasium and swimming pool facilities to be introduced very soon.

Best Western is the world’s largest chain, providing marketing, reservations and operational support to over 4000 independently owned and operated member hotels in 80 countries worldwide. Best Western in India is managed by Cabana Hotel Management Pvt Ltd. The chain has a presence with eleven properties in India with Baddi, Gurgaon, Mathura, in the North. Cochin, Hyderabad, Trivandrum in south and, Mumbai, Pune, Ratnagiri, Surat in Western India.

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  1. its horrific seeing glass buildings like this one ruin the charm of our mountains!

    Smriti September 2, 2009 at 12:56 am Reply

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