Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport opens in India

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announced its entry into the newly-built development of Aerocity with the opening of Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport. It is the second Holiday Inn hotel in the capital and ninth in the country.

The 265-room hotel is located in close proximity to Delhi's domestic and international airports. With Gurgaon and South Delhi located a few miles away, the hotel is targetting business, leisure and transit travelers. The hotel is connected via a national highway and the Airport Metro, providing access to Connaught Place and other commercial, business and residential areas of New Delhi. Tourist attractions, such as the Kingdom of Dreams, Jantar Mantar, Qutub Minar, Red Fort and India Gate, amongst others, are all accessible from the hotel.

The hotel offers rooms with 37-inch LED TVs, iPod docking stations, media hubs and complimentary Internet connection.

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There is over 8,000 square feet of function space available, including four meeting rooms and the Grand Ballroom, which also can be divided into three smaller function rooms. The hotel has a fitness center, with steam and sauna facilities, and an outdoor swimming pool. The hotel's Sohum Spa offers guests four therapy rooms.

Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport offers four different food and beverage venues: Viva, the all-day dining restaurant; Viva Deli, for quick bites; The Hangar, a lounge bar; and a specialty restaurant opening later in the year. Retail outlets also will be located in the hotel.

Ranjan Malakar serves as the GM of Holiday Inn New Delhi International Airport.

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