Through a Conversion, Eros Resorts and Hotels & IHG Open Two New Hotels in India

Through a Conversion, Eros Resorts and Hotels & IHG Open Two New Hotels in India
Crowne Plaza Mayur Vihar Lobby

New Delhi, India, December 28, 2013: InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has signed a management agreement with Eros Resorts and Hotels Ltd. to manage its two hotels in Delhi‘s emerging business district of Mayur Vihar. Under the agreement, the hotels will be rebranded to IHG’s Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn brands respectively.

The hotels are located just off the Delhi-Noida-Delhi flyway connecting expressway and will provide an ideal option for travellers with business interests in east Delhi and Noida district of the National Capital Region (NCR).

Crowne Plaza New Delhi Mayur Vihar Noida offers 160 modern and spacious guest rooms. The hotel features Infiniti, an all-day dining restaurant serving Italian, Continental and Indian cuisine, as well as a lobby lounge and bar. Leisure facilities at the hotel include a fully-equipped health club, a spa and an outdoor pool. There are also a variety of meeting facilities to meet the needs of business travellers.

With 193 guest rooms, including suites, Holiday Inn New Delhi Mayur Vihar Noida offers to its guests a variety of food and beverage options. Café On 3 is an all-day dining restaurant and Roadhouse Bar and Grill is an American food speciality restaurant that is well-known for its grills, international cocktails and live entertainment. The hotel is equipped with a business centre and 7500 sq. ft of event space for corporate meetings or social functions for up to 650 guests. To help hotel guests relax and recharge, there is also a fully-equipped health club and an outdoor pool.

Douglas Martell, Vice President Operations, South West Asia, IHG commented, “Delhi is a significant city in our robust expansion plans for India and we are committed to a strong presence here. The signing of the two hotels in Mayur Vihar is a great step in growing the choice of hotels we’re able to offer guests in the northern part of the country. We are delighted to join hands with Eros Group and are confident that together we will be able to deliver a fantastic, refreshed hospitality experience to our guests.”

Satish Sood, Managing Director, Eros Resorts & Hotels Ltd said, “We are pleased to become a part of the IHG family. Being one of the world’s leading hotel companies, with a reputation for providing outstanding levels of hospitality service, we look forward to a successful partnership. The two hotels have great potential to significantly increase its share of corporate and leisure business and IHG is an ideal partner to accomplish it. We are also confident that the hotels will benefit from the world-class systems and processes brought in by IHG to not only offer unparalleled services to guests but also to nurture talent within the system.”

About IHG

InterContinental Hotels GroupIHG currently operates four brands across ten cities in India: InterContinental Hotels and Resorts, Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts, Holiday Inn Hotels and Resorts and Holiday Inn Express.

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