Holiday Inn Express has debuted in India with the establishment of its maiden property in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The mid-level hotel is targeted at smart travellers grabbing flights tickets and looking for quality, competitively priced options.

Holiday Inn Express Debuts in India

Offering an option of fine abode to leisure and business travellers takingĀ flights tickets for an India travel, Holiday Inn Express has marked its debut in the country by launching its first property. The global hospitality firm has opened a hotel in Gujarat’s commercial hub of Ahmedabad. Gujarat is India’s western coastal state that not only witnesses hectic business activity throughout the year but also attracts leisure vacationers, especially wildlife lovers, to book seat tickets on flights scheduled for a landing in India.

The 173-room property is sure to offer some answers to the growing demand of quality accommodation by foreign business and leisure tourists taking airline tickets on flights for tour to the nation.

One of the well-known global brands, Holiday Inn Express has collaborated with Duet India Hotels (DIH) for its venture in the country that would see many more properties in different parts of India, offering a treat to the patrons of the brand making reservations for flights tickets to the Southeast Asian country.

Located close to the airport and the city centre, the property is set to attract smart travellers landing in India after booking flights tickets and seeking comfortable and value-for-money accommodation alternatives. Holiday Inn Express Ahmedabad will be offering well designed rooms, with a range of amenities and complimentary morning meal, allowing guests to enjoy full value for their money.

“We’ve identified a gap for quality mid-market hotels across the country and fulfilling the growing demands of these guests is our business focus. The mid-market hotel space in India offers a compelling investment proposition, with favourable demand-supply dynamics and an attractive build cost to operating returns equation.” said Naveen Jain, President, DIH.

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