Ludhiana gets its first five-star deluxe hotel
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Malhotra book depot (MBD), the famous publishing house, launched The Radisson Blu Hotel on Friday after signing a franchise agreement with the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. With this, Ludhiana gets its first five-star deluxe hotel with 81 suites and rooms.
Monica Malhotra, Senior Director, MBD group, said,"The hotel's guest rooms are the largest in Punjab." A party was also organised on Friday night to celebrate the launch. Education Minister Sikander Maluka, Congress Legislature Rajinder Kaur Bhattal and Deputy Commissioner Rahul Tiwari attended the party.
She added that after The Radisson Blu in Noida, this was the second branch of the firm.The hotel is from the 5th to 9th floor of MBD mall. The deluxe room cost Rs 7,500 plus taxes. With banquet halls spread across 20,000 sq ft, the hotel can accommodate up to 2,000 attendees. Recreational facilities at the hotel include a 12,000 sq ft spa and health club, complete with therapy rooms, a salon and state-of-the-art fitness equipment.
The hotel also has a wide range of food and beverage outlets like Café Delish, a 24-hour coffee shop; Made in India, a restaurant serving local favourites; R.E.D, a pan-Asian restaurant; Peg Bar and Lounge and The Chocolate Box and Lounge.
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