Guwahati to have its first 5-star hotel

Guwahati to have its first 5-star hotel

The Northeast region has been chasing the dream of having a five-star hotel ever since Infosys co-founder N.R. Narayana Murthy on his visit to this city in 2006 stated that the NE must have one.

Finally, the Dharampal Satyapal Group has tied up with a top international hotel chain, Radisson, to open the first five-star hotel of the Northeast in September.

Those in the Northeast and from outside the region looking for best standards in hospitality will have to look no further once the five-star hotel opens its doors.

Explaining the salient features of the first-ever 5-star hotel in Guwahati, Radisson Blu's director (sales & marketing) Arindam Mitra said the 196-room Radisson Blu Hotel located on National Highway 37 bypass at Gotanagar here aims to redefine hospitality and provide the best in comfort in the Northeast.

Further, Mitra told Deccan Herald: “We will open our doors to guests in September and offer 85-100 rooms to start with. We have started taking reservations.”

Radisson will have a big advantage, continued Mitra, as it will be the first international brand to run a hotel in the region before others complete their projects.

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