Clarks Inn enters Raebareli, Uttar Pradesh, with a 32-key property

October 4, 2019



Clarks Inn Group of Hotels, India’s fastest growing hotel company, recently announced its entry to the burgeoning town of Raebareli in Uttar Pradesh with the opening of 32-key Om Clarks Inn. An upscale hotel, the property boasts of city-centre location in close proximity of Raebareli Railway Station and is located in the city’s commercial hub along the Civil Lines.


The hotel opened its door on September 30, with a grand ceremony, which was attended by city’s who’s who and corporates, announcing the launch of the property. As a Clarks Inn property, the hotel offers the latest in amenities and world class guest services along with spacious and well-appointed rooms. There are 30 Deluxe category rooms along with 2 Executive suites to cater to the demands of discerning guests. The property also boasts of well-planned event space for corporates and for social occasions, along with F&B outlet and more.


Commenting on the latest addition, S N Srivastava, President & Co-founder, Clarks Inn Group of Hotels, said, “We are absolutely thrilled at the launch of Om Clarks Inn at Raebareli, our newest addition to the fast growing portfolio of properties in our chain. Raebareli is a growing town with a growing demand of travel and business opportunities. Besides, the town also is today more prosperous than what it used to be and is looking for quality hospitality experience, a void that we are keen to fill in this historical town. We are confident that this property will be the most sought-after hospitality address of Raebareli in no time.”


Furthermore, he informed that Clarks Inn Group of Hotels has made giant strides as a hospitality chain and has emerged as one of the most admired and fastest growing hotel companies in the South Asia region. “Today, we have established our presence in 22 states of India and Nepal with a slew of other developments to
unfold in various parts of the country as well as overseas.”



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