Residency Group to expand in Mysuru, Madurai

Residency Group to expand in Mysuru, Madurai

Hotel chain Residency group on Saturday announced major expansion plans including setting up new star hotels in Mysuru in Karnataka and Madurai in Tamil Nadu.

The group also launched its new brand identity with the theme ‘Hospitality with Heart’ which includes a combination of modern technology initiatives, up-gradation of human resources  and strengthening operational processes.

Ravi Appasamy, managing director of the group said the company would be investing about Rs 100 crore in Madurai, and Rs 50 crore in Mysuru targeting both leisure and business travellers. “The Mysuru hotel will have 100 rooms while Madurai will have 125 rooms and a modernised convention centre,” he said.

 About the Madurai Hotel, which would serve the southern districts, he said the convention centre would be the main attraction. “Since there was no convention centre in the region and the State government signing MoUs for setting up industries in southern districts during the recent Global Investors Meet, and investments coming in there, we see good potential,” Appasamy said. According to him both Mysuru and Madurai projects are expected to be ready for operation by the end of 2018.

Stating that the Group’ s second hotel in the Union Territory of Puducherry with 71 rooms was expected to become operational by next year, he said renovation works were on in its four other Residency Towers hotels, including in the city.

He also said that renovation work at Coimbatore property is underway in a phased manner. “The Residency Coimbatore will feature a brand new club lounge and the Afghan Grill restaurant will get a face lift,” he added.

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