The Ritz Carlton debuts in Pune, India

The hotel features 198 guestrooms and 35 suites

The Ritz-Carlton, Pune captures also features five signature dining experiences
The Ritz-Carlton, Pune captures also features five signature dining experiences

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel has launched The Ritz-Carlton, Pune, India. While this is the first property in the city, it marks the second Ritz Carlton Hotel in India.

The hotel features 198 guestrooms and 35 suites. The property also offers a Presidential Suite that is spread across 3,154 sq. ft and includes two bedrooms, a walk in closet, a spacious living room and dining area, private bar and in-suite treatment room.

Guests staying on the Club Level floors will enjoy access to a signature Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge, that features views of the golf course, private check-in, a dedicated Club Concierge, and a variety of culinary presentations throughout the day.

The Ritz-Carlton, Pune captures also features five signature dining experiences. The Three Kitchens and Bar, the modern Japanese restaurant Ukiyo, The Ritz-Carlton Tea Lounge, the Vida Bar & Grill and Aasma, a rooftop lounge serving Indian cuisine.

“We are delighted to bring the legendary service of The Ritz-Carlton to Pune, a city that blends the splendour of the past with the pulse of the present, and the promise of the future,” said Lisa Holladay, global brand leader for The Ritz-Carlton.

The property also features a wellness floor including a Fitness Studio and Yoga Deck. The Ritz-Carlton Spa comes with eight treatment rooms and the Express Pods combines bespoke services, custom facials, and unique treatments steeped in Ayurveda traditions and chakra energy.

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