Ibis renovates property in India’s Pink City

Hotel comprises 22 new premium rooms

The lobby also showcases a visual abstract of the Jaipur city designed by renowned architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharya in 1727
The lobby also showcases a visual abstract of the Jaipur city designed by renowned architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharya in 1727

Hotel brand ibis has renovated its property— ibis Jaipur Civil Lines — in the Indian city of Jaipur.

The hotel comprises 22 new premium rooms that feature three beds along with newly designed interiors with geo-contextual art.
The guest lounge located on the seventh floor serves light snacks, tea, and coffee along with other beverages.

The multi cuisine restaurant Spice It offers both local and international delicacies. The lobby bar offers a selection of mocktails, cocktails and wines from different regions.

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The property features a colourful lobby with traditional Pichwai artwork that connects to the ethic charm of the Pink city. The lobby also showcases a visual abstract of the Jaipur city designed by renowned architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharya in 1727.

“Jaipur has become one of India’s key markets for leisure, destination weddings and is an emerging commercial hub. With our commitment to deliver best-in-class services, we decided to refurbish our ibis property.” said InterGlobe Hotels’ vice president of development & asset management, Shwetank Singh.

“The completion of the project has far exceeded expectations of what we had envisioned which is in line with our ‘New Generation’ Design and we are excited about the new look and feel of the hotel. The culinary offerings along with the vibrant and colourful public area bring about a great amount of energy to the place and it fits in well with the Rajasthani art and architecture. I would like to congratulate the operations team and our projects team whose tireless efforts resulted in the completion of the project within timelines and budget whilst the property was still operational,” he added.

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