Ginger Hotels expands its footprint in Goa

Ginger Hotels announced the opening of their second hotel in Goa with the launch of Ginger Goa, Dona Paula. The move is in line with Indian Hotels Company Limited’s (IHCL) focus on increasing its footprint across segments to meet the consumer demand at various price points.

Perched on a hillock overlooking the Arabian Sea, Ginger Goa, Dona Paula enjoys a prime location and is situated between the Dona Paula beach and the Vainguinim beach. The hotel is within a forty-minute drive from the International Airport and is near Panjim city center as well as the Karmali railway station (Old Goa).

The hotel houses 24 beautifully designed spacious rooms with a choice of a private terrace or a balcony. With a committed and caring team, this spotlessly clean hotel features a multi-cuisine restaurant, fitness center, swimming pool, efficient meeting facilities and seamless complimentary Wi-Fi. Ginger Hotels are a smart choice for today’s value conscious and discerning travelers, given the wide array of facilities the hotel offers.

Commenting on the launch, Rahul Pandit, MD & CEO, Roots Corporation Limited said, “We are extremely delighted to expand brand Ginger in Goa with the opening of Ginger Goa, Dona Paula; our 2nd hotel in Goa and 17th hotel in the western region. This move will only add momentum to the city’s thriving tourism and is in line with IHCL’s commitment to Goa, having pioneered building the city as a key tourist destination.”

IHCL’s commitment to Goa has been long-standing with the group boasting of one of the earliest luxury resorts in the state with the iconic Taj Fort Aguada Resort & Spa and Taj Holiday Village Resort & Spa. Having three Taj Hotels, one Vivanta and now, two Ginger hotels; Goa represents the right mix of multi-segment growth as per the group’s expansion strategy.

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