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Roots Corporation launches first Ginger Hotel in Visakhapatnam

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Ginger Hotels, from Roots Corporation- a subsidiary of The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), has launched its first hotel in Visakhapatnam. The 72 room Ginger Hotel is located at Dwaraka Nagar, which is easily accessible from key business and leisure hubs in the city. The entry of Ginger Hotels into the port city follows the recent announcement to make Vizag a top international tourism spot by developing the Vizag- Bhimli corridor with world-class infrastructure.

Commenting on the launch PK Mohankumar, managing director and chief executive officer, Roots Corporation said, “We are delighted to be opening our first Ginger Hotel in Visakhapatnam. Andhra Pradesh represents one of the country’s fastest growing economies, and we are confident that Ginger Hotels will be able to cater to the increased tourism needs in the state. Our strong budget hotel model of a blend of comfort and efficiency with excellent value will be an attractive proposition for business and leisure travellers alike.”

All 72 rooms are furnished with well-appointed amenities such as mini-fridge, satellite television, self-controlled air-conditioner etc. The rooms are also furnished with a workstation to make business on the go productive. The hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi to all resident guests helping the modern business traveller to stay connected. Guests can indulge in Indian cuisine at Red Salt – bright and inviting multi-cuisine coffee shop and an all-day diner. With the launch of its new hotel, Ginger now has 31 hotels in its portfolio.


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