India’s fastest growing hospitality brand, Regenta & Royal Orchid Hotels, now operates more than 50 properties across 35 locations in India. The brand recently opened 3 new hotels, namely Regenta Central Cassia in Zirakpur (Chandigarh), Regenta Central RS OMR in Chennai, and Regenta Inn Blossoms in Kullu-Manali.
The Regenta Central Cassia is strategically located near the international airport, offering a convenient location for those travelling for business or for leisure. The newest hotel in Zirakpur, the Regenta Central Cassia is a business hotel with 50 well-appointed rooms, a resto-bar, and well-equipped banquet-cum-board room facilities. Expert chefs at the hotel specialise in authentic local as well as international cuisine.
The Regenta Central RS is strategically located on the Old Mahabalipuram Road, and is the first ‘in-mall’ hotel project on OMR, providing ‘within-the-complex’ access to the Marina Mall for its guests. The Regenta Central RS is a luxurious business hotel with 120 rooms including 24 impeccably designed suites, a lively multi-cuisine restaurant, Sky Lounge which is a roof-top pan Asian restaurant, well-equipped banquet and board room facilities, a full-service bar, and an infinity pool.
The Regenta Inn Blossoms in Kullu-Manali is strategically located on NH21, leading to Manali. An ideal starting point for exploring the charming hilly destination, the hotel features comfortable rooms with a view of the Beas river, an in-house multi-cuisine restaurant, and offers several adventure activities to its guests.
Chander K. Baljee, Managing Director, Regenta & Royal Orchid Hotels said, “We’re extremely elated to announce that we now operate 50+ hotels in India. Our Vision for 2022 is to operate 100+ profitable and responsible hotels where guests love to stay, dine and celebrate. We wish to create hotels which have a soul, a reflection of our distinctly warm Indian hospitality.”
“In this journey towards 100 hotels, we will also empower the youth of our country. The ones who wish to join the hospitality industry, but are limited by financial means. We will provide skill development training to 10,000+ students over the next three years, thereby making them employable, and so they can in turn strengthen the Indian hospitality workforce.”