Accor opens two new ibis hotels in Mumbai and Nashik, India

Accor Hotels opened two new ibis hotels in India – ibis Navi Mumbai and ibis Nashik.

The ibis Navi Mumbai is a 196-room property located in Navi Mumbai's Thane-Belapur Road. In addition to its central location, the property features rooms with a single, new standard queen-size bed or two standard single beds in contemporary design; and full facilities including LCD TVs with international TV channels, in-room safe, tea/coffee maker, minibar, hair dryer and in-room WiFi.

For business or events, approximately 796 square feet of functional space is available, with facilities including an overhead projector/screen; and a conference facility which can accommodate up to 80 people, video equipment, video conferencing and WiFi Internet access.

ibis Nashik, the newest Accor hotel in India, has 123 rooms and is located in Nashik, the "Wine Capital of India." The hotel has a choice of rooms with one double bed or two single beds, LCD TVs, in-room safes, tea/coffee makers, minibars, hair dryers and in-room WiFi.

ibis Nashik also has facilities to cater to business functions and events. The functional space can be divided into two approximately 990 square foot halls and is equipped with video equipment, overhead projector, motorized screens and WiFi Internet access.

ibis Navi Mumbai and ibis Nashik both offer contemporary dining experiences at the on-site, WiFi-enabled restaurant, named Spice It – serving Indian, Oriental and European cuisine with a live cooking station “You create , We cook!” The Hub offers a selection of beverages.

ibis Navi Mumbai and ibis Nashik are the sixth and seventh ibis hotels in India, following ibis Mumbai Airport, ibis Bengaluru Hosur Road, ibis Bengaluru Techpark, ibis Gurgaon and ibis Pune.

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