Royal Orchid Hotels Limited, announced the launch of its third hotel in Mysore with Regenta Central Herald. With this launch, the Royal Orchid chain of hotels stands at 43 hotels in 28 different cities in India and is all set to add five more hotels to its portfolio in the coming months.
Regenta Central Herald in Mysore and adds to Royal Orchid Brindavan Garden and Royal Orchid Metropole in Mysore, Karnataka, which opened a decade ago. The Royal Orchid Group of hotels is in a strategic alliance, with the owners of Regenta Central Herald for managing the operations of the hotel, which is also a part of an identified plan for their growth in India. The Royal Orchid Hotels will be looking for more properties to manage untapped areas across India and other countries.
The property is located on Nelson Mandela Road, Bannimantap in Mysore which is approximately just 4 kms from Mysore Railway Station. The hotel offers 70 well-appointed spacious rooms, fitness centre, mini bar and a multi cuisine restaurant. One can also enjoy MICE facilities with multi-functional banquet spaces which can accommodate up to 300 guests making it an ideal venue for social and corporate events.
Among the key attractions at the hotel is its restaurant: PINXX – fine dining restaurant of Regenta Central Herald. One can create his/her everlasting memories by savoring the extensive range of authentic international and native cuisines prepared by the expert chefs. Accommodating more than 50 guests PINXX is recognized for its state-of-the-art ambience and lavish style.
On the occasion of the launch, Chander Baljee, Chairman & MD, Royal Orchid Hotels Limited stated, “As we embark on this expansion drive, we are very particular in identifying strategic, high value markets that present a unique fit for our time-tested services and ambitious growth plans. We are in a consolidation mode and are looking at expanding through the management contract route.”
He added that the launch of the new hotel is part of an ongoing strategy to expand Royal Orchid Hotel’s footprint across cities of country. Given Mysore’s status as the third largest city in the state Karnataka, popularly believed to have gotten its name from Goddess Durga, Mahishasura Mardini. This enchanting town in South India has some ultimate monuments, buildings and world heritage palaces; we have every confidence that the Regenta Central Herald will be a worthwhile venture, he stated.
Royal Orchid Hotels launches third hotel in Mysore