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Lemon Tree Hotels launches twin properties at Delhi Aerocity

FHW Staff Mumbai

Lemon Tree Hotels has launched its twin properties, Lemon Tree Premier and Red Fox Hotel at Delhi Aerocity, becoming one of the first to open its hotels in the hospitality district near Indira Gandhi International Airport. With a combined inventory of just under 500 rooms, Lemon Tree Premier and Red Fox Hotel were launched by Shivam Asthana, president, east region, Ruchi Realty Holdings. Strategically located between Delhi and Gurgaon, and close from both airports, these two hotels offer meeting and conference facilities as well as specialty restaurants, to cater to both business and leisure travellers.

Speaking on the occasion, Patu Keswani, chairman and managing director, The Lemon Tree Hotel said, “We are happy to be a part of the Delhi Aerocity Hospitality District and to be one of the first hotels to open here. Lemon Tree Premier and the Red Fox Hotel at Delhi Aerocity are our flagship hotels for these brands in the upscale and economy segments, respectively. We are looking forward to welcoming our guests and promise them the highest standards of service and unbeatable value-for-money.”

Lemon Tree Premier has 287 rooms and suites. Lemon Tree Premier offers a unique ladies section where greater security is provided to lady travellers along with an range of in-room amenities designed for ladies. Red Fox Hotel, an economy business hotel has 207 rooms.

With the opening of this new property, the tally of Lemon Tree Premier properties has now gone up to six hotels across six locations nationwide and of Red Fox Hotels to four hotels across four locations in the country.

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