K K Beacon Hotel opens in Rajkot

The Fern Hotels & Resorts, India’s leading environmentally sensitive hotel chain has added another hotel to its portfolio with the launch of K K Beacon Hotel, Rajkot.  This is the eighth hotel which is managed by the company under the Beacon Hotels brand.

The other Beacon properties are located in Ajmer, Amritsar, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Mumbai and Udaipur. Beacon Hotels (a brand owned by The Fern Hotels and Resorts) are positioned as “Smart & Efficient” hotels in the economy segment, providing value-for-money accommodations and offering limited services with all the essential amenities for a comfortable stay.

The hotel comprise of 34 elegantly appointed and spacious air-conditioned rooms with all modern amenities including internet facility, cable television, direct-dial telephone, multiple computer/mobile phone charging points, mini bar, hairdryer and multiple dining options. The hotel is strategically located 3 km from the airport and in close proximity to the railway station and bus stand.

Dining options include a 58-seater fine dine multi-cuisine restaurant “Kosmopolitan” and “Kookies N Kream”, a 22-seater bakery with indoor & outdoor seating, offering a wide selection of cakes, bakes and coffee.

The COO of the group, Suhail Kannampilly said, “This is the second property which the group is managing in Rajkot. We already have The Fern Residency, Rajkot. With the launch of KK Beacon, we have further consolidated our position in Gujarat.”

Location: The hotel is at a distance of 3 km from Rajkot Airport, 4 km from Rajkot Railway Station and 6 km from Sardar Patel Colony Bus Stand.

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