Two new luxury hotels are being planned in India by Lalit Suri Hospitality Group. The properties will soon come up in Chandigarh and Kolkata and are likely to become apt lodging options for lavish travellers booking tickets aboard India flights.

Sybarites who are contemplating a holiday tour to India would be delighted with the news of more top class properties coming up in different corners of the country. Lalit Suri Hospitality Group recently made an announcement that it will open two new resorts in the hi-end segment of the Indian market by the end of the year 2013.

“We will be opening two luxury hotels by end of 2013. The first hotel at Chandigarh will be opened shortly,” The Group’s Chairperson & Managing Director Jyotsna Suri was quoted in press reports.

The other property will be launched in the country’s eastern hub, Kolkata, by the end of the year.

The prospect of additional top class resorts in India is likely to impress big-spending leisure vacationers who get hold of tickets on flights to enjoy the Indian charms. Also, Chandigarh and Kolkata are among the country’s top business hubs and are frequented by a large share of corporate executives spending on tickets onboard India flights.

Reportedly, the hospitality group is also making investments to develop mid-range accommodation alternatives all over India in order to holiday makers who bag tickets on flights and look for slightly cheap venues for their stays in the country. It presently has nine running venues while eight are under different stages of development.

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