Swiss International plans hotel outside Delhi, India

The Swiss Spirit Hotel & Suites Bahadurgarh City will be the hospitality facility at the multipurpose HL City’s Avenue 37 commercial complex. Photo credit: Swiss International Hotels & Resorts

Swiss International Hotels & Resorts has entered into a management agreement with H&L Residency for a Swiss Spirit Hotel & Suites in Bahadurgarh City, India, just over a mile away from Delhi. The 88-room hotel, currently under construction, is scheduled to open in December 2020.

The hotel will be the hospitality facility at the multipurpose HL City’s Avenue 37 commercial complex, which covers more than three acres of land. The commercial complex will include numerous shopping venues, offices and work spaces, a food court and entertainment facilities. 

Complementing these, the hotel will have a Swiss Restaurant & Lounge, a Swiss Café - Leafs & Beans, the Ted&Co. Bar and Lounge and the Eventives Meetings & Events venues for up to 300 people.


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In a statement, Henri Kennedie, CEO & president of Swiss International, noted India's growing economic power as an incentive for development. “India has a [gross domestic product] forecast of $4,227 billion in the year 2022 and is expected to be one of the top three economic powers of the world in the next 10 to 15 years,” he said. “With the new Swiss Spirit Hotel & Suites in Bahadurgarh, we are one step further in achieving one of our goals in contributing to the emerging economies globally.”

Swiss International now has seven hotels signed in India, Nepal and Pakistan. The company is looking to grow to 50 hotels over the next four years in southern Asia. 

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