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  • Best Western India Becomes More Than 50 Hotels

    Published on December 26, 2013

    New Delhi : Best Western India (BWI) has become the largest international hotel chain in the country in the mid-market segment, with 52 Hotels in operation and under development in India. Part of The World’s Largest Hotel Chain® Best Western in India is managed by Cabana Hotel Management Services Pvt. Ltd..

    This feat was made possible with the chain adding 8 new Hotels within the last 2 months itself.

    The Global Hospitality major also shifted its Corporate Office to India’s capital New Delhi from Bangalore. Best Western in India has three hotel categories Best Western (3 Star), Best Western (4 Star), Best Western Premier (5 Star).

    The year 2013 also has seen the chain achieve more than 100 percent growth in a single year.

    Hotels that are Operational and “On Line” include one at Amritsar, Baddi, Bathinda,  Surat, Darjeeling, Delhi, Indore, Jamshedpur, Kakinada, Kashipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mumbai, Visakhapatnam, Zirakpur, 2 each at Gurgaon, Goa & Hyderabad and 3 in Bangalore

    Hotels that are under the final stages of pre-opening and conversion include 2 at Ambala, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Jalandhar, Kanpur, Ludhiana, Nakodar, Pathankot, Tirupathi and Zirakpur (second property), and.

    Hotels are also coming up at Amritsar, Aurangabad, Bangalore, Goa, Jalandhar, Kodaikanal , Kolkata, Mukteshwar, Navi Mumbai, Nawashahar, and Phagwara

    “All the above hotels also mean that we now have over two thousand six hundred rooms to provide across various categories to the discerning Indian traveler”, further added Mr Sinha.

    This also establishes Best Western as the largest mid-market international hotel brand in the country, which is a stupendous achievement for Cabana, given that it started Best Western India with only 6 hotels in 2008.

    With a goal to reach 100 hotels in India by 2017, this growth also signifies the Chains commitment to the India market.

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