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Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) launches new hotel in Ahmedabad


New Delhi:Indian Hotels Company(IHCL) has announced the opening of its new hotel in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Spread over 18 storeys,Taj Skyline, is a 315-room contemporaryluxury hotel, thehotel chainsaid.

Puneet Chhatwal, MD and CEO, IHCL said with Taj Skyline, IHCL’s marquee brand, Taj, steps into Ahmedabad, which is an extremely important industrial and economic hub in India. “This further strengthens our aim to be present at all significant business locations across the country. We look forward to extending our unparalleled service ethos, which has defined us for over a century, to the city of Ahmedabad,” he added.

IHCL said the property is strategically located at a ‘comfortable’ driving distance from the airport, important commercial centres as well as Gandhinagar, the state capital.

The hotel will also introduce Shamiana, the all-day diner, to Ahmedabad – its third outpost after Mumbai and Dubai. Guests can also sample Pan Asian cuisine at Nonya while international and local food will also be served at another F&B outlet, the Emperor’s Lounge.

The hotel also features the signature Jiva Spa and a temperature-controlled indoor swimming pool.

“Taj Skyline is the ideal venue for travellers looking to seamlessly balance business and leisure. We are looking forward to welcoming guests to this new luxury address in Ahmedabad,” said Aveek Sengupta, general manager, Taj Skyline.

With the addition of this hotel, IHCL will have thirteen hotels in Gujarat, including one under development.

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