Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), India’s largest hospitality company, announced the signing of a new SeleQtions hotel in Udaipur, Rajasthan.
The hotel is under a management contract with Lalit Bagh Heritage Palace and Museum Private Limited.
Commenting on the signing, Suma Venkatesh, Executive Vice President – Real Estate & Development, IHCL, said, “Udaipur is ranked amongst the world’s top destinations to travel to and IHCL has had its presence in the city for over 50 years now. Fast evolving as the preferred venue for social events and conferences, it has huge business potential. We are delighted to partner with Lalit Bagh Heritage Palace and Museum Private Limited to bring our sixth hotel to Udaipur.”
The 151-room SeleQtions hotel is strategically located in Nahar Mangra, in close proximity to the airport. Spread over eight acres, the hotel is being built in the tradition of the grand palaces of Rajasthan.
It will have an all-day diner, a specialty restaurant, and a bar. The hotel will have over 10,000 square feet of banquet space, meeting rooms, and expansive lawns, perfect for elegant weddings and conferences. It is a Brownfield project slated to open in 2025.
Tikam Singh Rao, Director, Lalit Bagh Heritage Palace and Museum Private Limited, said, “We are delighted to partner with IHCL for this SeleQtions hotel. The company is renowned for putting Udaipur on the global tourist map.”
With the addition of this hotel, IHCL will have six hotels across brands including three under development in Udaipur.
About Lalit Bagh Heritage Palace and Museum Private Limited
It’s a company formed for conserving a 150-year-old hunting palace of Maharana and to restore and construct a new palace along with it which replicates the old era of royal living once again. The company objective in this hotel is to use traditional Mewar architecture along with traditional art to build a palace that will be a place of interest for everyone who loves heritage and luxury.
This company is owned by Tikam Singh Rao and family members who are pioneers in the transport business in Rajasthan and have indulged in the hospitality sector including the handicrafts business.
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