ITC Grand Bharat opened

ITC Hotels expanded its portfolio of luxury properties with the addition of ITC Grand Bharat, a destination retreat in the New Delhi Capital Region. This is the country's first all-suite retreat, boasting culinary, recreation and wellness experiences including South Asia's first and only 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course and ITC's indigenous spa brand, Kaya Kalp.

The ITC Grand Bharat is ITC Hotels' 11th Luxury Collection Hotel in affiliation with Starwood Hotels & Resorts.

ITC Grand Bharat has 100 Deluxe Suites (measuring 753 square feet each) and four Presidential Villas (5,726 square feet each) with a blend of Indian architectural influences with detailed woodwork, fabrics, marble and engineered wooden flooring interspaced with hand-tufted carpets.


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Suites either have lounging patios that lead to semi-private lap pools, or terraces with views. The living room, bedroom and bathroom are all private spaces compartmentalized by sliding doors. A "Retreat Host" (butler) is available 24/7 to attend to guests' needs.

The four Presidential residences were inspired by dynasties from India's past – Maurya, Mughal, Maratha and Chola.

For dining, ITC Grand Bharat offers Aravali Pavilion, The India Room, Peacock Bar and Apas Promenade.

Other amenities at ITC Grand Bharat include: ITC's indigenous spa brand Kaya Kalp, covering 35,000 square feet with nine therapy rooms; and a fitness center. There is also South Asia's first 27-hole Jack Nicklaus designed golf course with an accompanying clubhouse.

ITC Hotels is one of India's largest luxury hotel chains. It operates under four brands with more than 100 hotels in over 70 destinations in the country.

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