Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), South Asia’s largest hospitality company, announced the opening of a Vivanta Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
The stylishly designed hotel reflects the pulse and culture of God’s own country.
With its vantage location in the heart of the city, the hotel is ideally suited for business, MICE and is a perfect gateway to exploring Kerala’s scenic and abundant natural beauty.
Puneet Chhatwal, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, IHCL said, “IHCL has a long and enduring relationship with Kerala, with our hotels spread across multiple destinations. We are delighted to open Vivanta Thiruvananthapuram in one of the most commercially important and vibrant leisure destinations of the state. The opening is in line with the company’s growth objective of being present in all state capitals of the country.”
The hotel has 108 rooms and is strategically located a short distance away from the Secretariat and State Assembly buildings, the airport, the Techno Park and the famous Padmanabhaswamy temple.
The design of the hotel is modern and has a young and energetic vibe. The rooms are elegantly appointed and include the signature Vivanta suite, which is the largest in the city.
Guests can enjoy stunning views of the city from the roof-top infinity swimming pool, which is another distinctive feature.
“We are happy to partner with South Asia’s largest and most iconic hospitality company, IHCL, for Vivanta Thiruvananthapuram. The company has played a very important role in putting Kerala on the global tourist map,” said K. Muraleedharan, Chairman and Managing Director, SFC Group & Muralya Group.
Mynt, the all-day diner offers a global menu, while Kardamom, the specialty restaurant, will be the city’s first South Indian fine-dining restaurant.
Swirl, the deli, will offer some of the finest confectionery in town.
The hotel also has some of the city’s most impressive conferencing facilities, including a rooftop open-air banqueting venue.
With the addition of this hotel, IHCL will have 12 hotels in Kerala, including two under development.
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