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New 32-key Enrise by Sayaji Aurangabad launched in scenic Maharashtra

Sayaji Group of Hotels has expanded its footprint in the tourism capital of Maharashtra with the launch of Enrise by Sayaji Aurangabad.

Centrally located at Jalgaon Road, opposite SBOA School, Mayur Park, the hotel is well connected by road, rail, and air. With some of the iconic tourist hubs namely the Ajanta & Ellora Caves, which are UNESCO World Heritage sites as well as Panchakki, and Bibi-ka-Maqbara easily accessible to travel, the hotel gives you the best of the city of Aurangabad.

 Enrise by Sayaji Aurangabad
Enrise by Sayaji Aurangabad

Says Jameel Sayed, Director – Business Development, Sayaji Hotels Ltd, “We are delighted to announce the launch of Enrise by Sayaji in the magnificent city of Aurangabad. The land has been synonymous with history, culture, and heritage. It is dotted with some of the most fascinating historical monuments and is the only destination in India to boast of two world heritage sites.”

He added, ” Aurangabad, over the years, has also transformed itself into a major industrial hub and is one of the fastest-growing cities in Maharashtra. The region attracts a large slice of travelers from India and across the globe. With this new property in Aurangabad, we move a step forward to expand our presence in popular destinations across India”,

Enrise by Sayaji Aurangabad offers 32 well-appointed rooms comprising 24 Grande rooms and 8 club Grande rooms, tastefully designed with all contemporary amenities.

The hotel offers 3 banquets that are specifically designed to host 150 to 250 guests in an informal style that is ideal for private parties, corporate meetings, and other memorable events. Momenntt, the multi-cuisine restaurant that caters to the millennial segment serves a delectable assortment of Indian, Continental, and Thai in buffet and a-la-cart.

Sayaji Hotels is India’s premier upscale lifestyle hospitality brand, renowned for its bespoke experiences, signature hospitality, and ushering new standards of opulence in the 4-star and 5-star hotels category.

The group presently operates 13 properties across India under the brand names Sayaji Hotels, Effotel by Sayaji, and Enrise by Sayaji. Each of the properties boasts luxurious rooms with a host of banqueting and F&B facilities. The company will soon expand its footprints nationally with property openings in Itarsi, Udaipur, Morbi, Bhuj, Dwarka, Satara, Dehradun, Bhopal, Rewa, Aurangabad, Tadoba, and Vizag.

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