JAMMU, Feb 27: Designed with the modern traveler in mind, the brand new Radisson Blu which opened today offers comfort, style and sophistication in the ‘City of temples’.
Known as the ‘City of Temples’, Jammu serves as the gateway to one of the most popular pilgrimages in India, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine and several temples including the Raghunath and Ranbireshwar Temples that are situated around it.
Radisson Blu Jammu is mere 14 minutes from Jammu Airport and six minutes by car from Jammu Tawi Railway Station, the city’s main railway station. Located at the epicentre of Jammu’s economic activity, the hotel is within close proximity to the corporate hub—Bahu Plaza, industrial estates—Bari Brahmana, Gangyal and Samba, several leading educational institutions and multi-specialty hospitals.
The hotel brings together a combination of striking design, premier accommodation and contemporary comfort made possible by the brand’s internationally renowned Yes I Can!SM service philosophy.
Raj Rana, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), South Asia, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group said, “Jammu is a region that enjoys strong domestic leisure demand and is home to some of the most visited destinations in India. Integral to our India growth strategy, is expanding in leisure markets and state capitals. With the opening of Radisson Blu Jammu, we will make inroads into the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir; we are delighted to be partnering Skyline Hotels in this iconic hotel”.
Vikram Gupta, Managing Partner, Skyline Hotels added, “We are confident in the strong leadership of Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group and its South Asia team. With their proven track record, experience and expertise in the India market, we are convinced that this will benefit the hotel and I look forward to a mutually rewarding long-term partnership with the Group”.
Designed to welcome modern and savvy travelers, Radisson Blu Jammu offers 119 rooms and suites with modern amenities, a well-appointed retreat for corporate and leisure travelers. The hotel features flexible meeting spaces including a 25,000 sq. ft. Royal Ballroom that accommodates up to 2000 guests with additional pre-function space and a lawn for pre-event cocktails. Delectable dining options include, BLU Pan,the hotel’s all-day-dining restaurant that serves international cuisine. Guests can also enjoy local and regional specialities at Ambrosia, the speciality restaurant, and Madiza Bar, which make a perfect venue to unwind and enjoy a tipple of two. Takeaway delicatessen, Brew offers a discerning selection of sandwiches, snacks, confectionery and beverages. Guests can also enjoy dining in the comforts of their own room with the 24-hour In-Room Dining. The hotel features other facilities including the Business Class Lounge, business centre, swimming pool, spa and fully equipped fitness centre.
Among others present were Bhupesh Gupta, Rajan Gupta and Anil Gupta, Managing Directors (MDs) Radisson Blu Jammu.