Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Berggruen plans new India hotel

Berggruen Hotels is continuing its expansion into India with new hotel plans. Under the company's Keys branding, it is expected the Mumbai hotel will be ideal for the mid-market and could appeal to holidaymakers enjoying cheap flights to India.

Keys Hotels is set to work with Nestor Hotels in transforming an existing property in to a new 140 room resort in Marol, Andheri East. The new establishment will benefit from being located close to both international and domestic airports, as well as the key industrial cities of MIDC and Sakinaka.

Sanjay Sethi, managing director and chief executive officer of Berggruen Hotels, said: "We are delighted in having signed this management contract with Nestor Hotels and look forward to partnering them through this venture."

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