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IHCL and BACL announce pact for 775-room hotel at Bengaluru airport

It will be a combination of a 450-room 'Vivanta' and a 325-room 'Ginger' hotel

IHCL | Bengaluru | hotels

Press Trust of India  |  Bengaluru 

Bengaluru Airport
Bengaluru Airport | Photo Wikimedia Commons

Indian Company (IHCL) announced on Tuesday the signing of an agreement with Airport City Limited (BACL) for a 775-room hotel at Kempegowda International Airport, (BLR Airport).

It will be a combination of a 450-room'Vivanta' and a 325-room'Ginger' hotel, the hospitality company said in a statement.

This will be a management contract with BACL to operate another hotel at BLR Airport whereIHCLalready operatesTaj Bangalore.

BACL, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bangalore International Airport Limited, has been founded to develop the Airport City at BLR Airport as a destination of a mixed- use development, consisting of business, medical and biotech parks, a mall, hospitality, convention and exhibition centres and a central park.

The Airport City will offer leisure, retail, entertainment and hospitality, with a multipurpose concert arena for hosting large conventions and shows, it was noted.

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, IHCL,Puneet Chhatwal, said: "This new upcoming hotel complex, along with Taj Bangalore, will offer a combined inventory of 1,150 rooms catering to the needs of this dynamic and evolving market."

With the addition of this hotel,IHCLwill have 12 in Bengaluru, the statement said.

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First Published: Tue, June 08 2021. 14:57 IST