Ginger Signs a new hotel in Nagpur, Maharashtra

The property is the ninth Ginger hotel in the state of Maharashtra

Deepika Rao MD & CEO Ginger and Sanjay Paidlewar partner Concrete Developers
Deepika Rao MD & CEO Ginger and Sanjay Paidlewar partner Concrete Developers

Ginger has announced the signing of a new hotel in Nagpur, taking the brand’s presence to nine hotels in Maharashtra. This will also be the first IHCL hotel in the city of Nagpur.

Ginger Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Deepika Rao said: “We are happy to announce the signing of Ginger Nagpur in partnership with Concrete Developers. Located in Ramdaspeth, a business locality, Ginger Nagpur will also be near to Vidhan Bhavan and High Court.”

The new lean luxe hotel will have 88 state of the art rooms, an all-day diner, a meeting room and a fitness centre. This hotel is on a fully fitted lease and is slated to commence operations in the year 2022.

A Smart City, Nagpur is the third largest city and the winter capital of Maharashtra.

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