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Keys Hotels expands footprint with Keys Kochi

FHW StaffMumbai

Keys Hotels & Resorts announced the launch of Keys Kochi, its second hotel in Kerala and 16th hotel across India. A recent survey conducted by the Nielsen ranks it as the sixth best tourist destination in India. Hotel Keys Kochi, located close to Kerala’s famous backwaters, offers breathtaking views and coupled with its proximity to M G Road, Fort Cochin and the Info Park, is an ideal option for both business and leisure travellers.

Commenting on the launch of Keys Kochi, Anshu Sarin, CEO of Berggruen Hotels, said, “We are committed to expand our footprint in India and provide our guests with the best services and amenities. With the launch of Keys Kochi, we have strengthened our presence in Kerala and further strengthened our presence in South India. It reaffirms the rapid growth story of the brand.”

“Kochi as a destination is renowned for its offerings to both the business community and leisure travellers. Guests will be enthralled by the smart functional rooms at the Keys Kochi which provide a great view. Also, the hotel serves the best local as well as international cuisine and beverages. We are excited about the Kochi Hotel and hope our guests too will be fascinated by the experience at the hotel,” added Sarin. Keys Kochi is a fully equipped hotel with banquet facilities for conferences and receptions. The hotel has 151 rooms, many of which offer breathtaking views of the backwaters. Mineral water and tea-coffee are complimentary in each room and guests can also enjoy the 24-hour room service and WIFI access.

The Keys Kochi further gives special consideration to the safety of our guests, especially women travellers. The Keys Kochi has 10 rooms which have been designed to cater to the specific needs and requirements of a lady traveller. They are located on a separate floor, dedicated to rooms for single lady travellers, which is under 24/7 CCTV surveillance. Additionally, video door phones installed in each of these rooms help guests identify the person at the door before letting them in.

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