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ITC Hotels signs up first property in Udaipur under its new brand Mementos

Slated to open in the first quarter of next fiscal, the 130-room property is spread over 106 acres with each room offering a view of the beautiful panoramic Arravalis

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ITC Hotels | property | Udaipur

Shally Seth Mohile  |  Mumbai 

Mementos by ITC Hotels Ekaaya Udaipur
Mementos by ITC Hotels Ekaaya Udaipur

Mementos by ITC-- the latest brand addition to ITC Hotels’ bouquet, has signed up its first Ekaaya in The Mementos brings together a collection of unique hotels, across varied destinations ranging from modern marvels, hidden retreats to historic treasures.

footprint is expanding across the length and breadth of the country. The asset right strategy supports our endeavour to create and curate immersive experiences for all travellers,” said Anil Chadha, chief executive,

Brand “Mementos” would help the hotel chain to deliver unique luxury stays across different destinations, particularly the ones that remain a secret. Through collaboration with partners, will unveil these properties and bring forth India’s richness in domestic destinations. “Ekaaya, is our first gem in the ‘Memento’ collection,” said Chadha.

Slated to open in the first quarter of the fiscal year, the 130-room offers extensive guest facilities for both adults and young adults. It is spread over 106 acres with each room offering a view of the beautiful panoramic Arravalis, the hotel chain said in a release. It boasts of a massive 25,000 sq ft of total covered meeting spaces that includes ballroom, vast pre function, multi break out rooms, green rooms and open garden spaces of over 5 acres. The is also a perfect destination wedding, the statement said.

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First Published: Tue, November 09 2021. 20:32 IST
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