Trident, Hyderabad launched in India

The Oberoi Group opened the Trident, Hyderabad. Located in the heart of the information technology hub, HITEC City, the hotel has a contemporary design and offers business and leisure facilities.

Trident, Hyderabad offers 323 guestrooms, including 30 suites. Trident Club, the Executive floor, is a private venue and offers exclusive facilities and services.

An all-day dining restaurant with an open kitchen display offering world cuisine, an Italian specialty restaurant with a wine tasting room, an Indian restaurant with the option of private dining rooms and a tea bar present the guests with dining experience.

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Trident Meetings, the business center, has facilities with a 24 hour business center and eight meeting rooms that accommodate up to 14 guests. It also offers two boardrooms that accommodate 12 guests and two private offices. The conference and banqueting facilities are spread over 13,000 square feet with a pre-function area of 2,600 square feet.

Recreational facilities at Trident, Hyderabad include the Trident Spa, a yoga room and a fitness center. A swimming pool with an infinity edge is located on the tenth floor.

The dining options at Trident, Hyderabad include Amara, an all-day dining restaurant offering world cuisine; Kanak, the Indian restaurant that serves Indian cuisine with a strong regional influence from Hyderabad; Tuscany, the Italian restaurant with a display kitchen with a wood fired pizza oven and a wine tasting room offering; and Ninety Six, the hotel’s bar.

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