Choice Hotels to open six new India properties by 2015

Choice Hotels India, part of Choice Hotels International announced plans to sign six more properties by 2015 in India. Choice Hotels India has 24 properties in over 20 destinations in India and another 14 properties under different stages of development. 

“We plan to focus on extensive development resources on growing our presence in India. As we have last year expanded our presence with the opening of 5 properties: Clarion Hotel Chennai, Clarion Hotel Coimbatore, Quality Inn Kumabakonam, Quality Inn Bangalore and Comfort Inn in Ahmedabad. In addition another 03 properties have been inked Comfort Hotel in Khanvel Silvasa , Comfort Hotel,  Abu Road in Rajasthan and Quality Hotel in Chennai. We are planning to add another 3 properties this year. By 2015, we will have about 32 Properties,” said Vilas Pawar, CEO, Choice Hospitality India. “India is an extremely important key market.In near future we are looking for 2 to  to 4 tier cities  for our growth and we’re looking forward to the great development potential that it holds for our brands and our hotels.”

Choice Hotels India are in various destinations including New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Kumbakonam,  Kodaikanal, Lucknow, Amritsar, Shimla, Manali,  Pune, Nashik, Vishakapatnam and Vijayawada.


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