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Ritz-Carlton Hotel to open in Pune, India


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Marriott has signed a long-term management agreement with Panchshil for a Ritz-Carlton hotel in Pune, India.

Expected to open in September 2019, The Ritz-Carlton, Pune will be the brand’s second property in India and is one of three Ritz-Carlton hotels in the pipeline for the country.

Marriott has signed a long-term management agreement with Panchshil for a Ritz-Carlton hotel in Pune, India. Expected to open in September 2019, The Ritz-Carlton, Pune will be the brand’s second property in India and is one of three Ritz-Carlton hotels in the pipeline for the country. Click to enlarge.

“As the luxury hotel industry continues to rapidly evolve globally, we are looking at delivering authentic, destination-specific experiences that are luxurious as well as memorable,” said The Ritz-Carlton Global Brand Leader Lisa Holladay. “The launch of The Ritz-Carlton, Pune reiterates our focus to further strengthen a market of well-heeled travelers that appreciate our brand’s legendary service and memorable experiences.”

In addition to 198 rooms and suites, The Ritz-Carlton, Pune will feature 36,000 sq. ft of indoor and outdoor banqueting venues, an Indian, Japanese and an all-day dining restaurant, as well as a lounge, spa, fitness facilities, and an exclusive Club Floor with rooftop Club Lounge where five food and beverage presentations will be served daily.

 “The Ritz-Carlton, Pune is designed to be a captivating haven that complements our efforts to craft the city’s most refined and luxurious lifestyle destination. We are delighted to collaborate with Marriott International to bring the unique Ritz-Carlton luxury experience to the land of the Maratha’s heritage,” said Panchshil Realty Ltd Chairman Atul Chordia.


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