Howard Johnson Bengaluru Hebbal launched

Wyndham Hotel Group, part of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, launched its first Howard Johnson hotel in India at the IT city of Bengaluru. The brand makes its entry into India with the Howard Johnson Bengaluru Hebbal, a 117-room mid-market, full service hotel located close to the Kempegowda International Airport and Manyata Embassy Business Park.

The opening is the first in a long-term development agreement with Unique Mercantile India Private Limited to bring 35 Howard Johnson properties to various markets in India within the next five years.

The rooms at Howard Johnson Bengaluru Hebbal include 81 deluxe rooms, 23 executive club rooms, five premium rooms and eight suites. All rooms offer such amenities as digital anti-theft laptop safes, personal mini bars, a tea and coffee maker and a working table with an ergonomic chair.

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Also available is an outdoor swimming pool that has a panoramic view of the city, a spa and a fitness center. For meetings, the hotel has a 3,500-square-foot conference and event space, which includes two meeting rooms and a business center that is open 24 hours a day.

The hotel offers several dining options, including all-day-dining facility Nest; Marea bar; and Verve, the café lounge.

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