Lords Hotels & Resorts felicitated with the ‘Indian Hotel Brand’ title at India’s Biggest Food & Hospitality Show

Lords Hotels & Resorts was announced as the ‘Indian Hotel Brand’ at the Business Excellence Honours hosted by Food Hospitality World (FHW) on 18th January, 2018. Cited as one of the most promising Indian brands in the premium mid-market hotels segment, Lords Hotels & Resorts was felicitated for offering luxury accommodations and full-services at friendly prices. Jayakumar Rawal, Hon’ble Minister of Tourism, Government of Maharashtra (GoM) who was the Chief Guest at the event handed over the award to Rishi Puri, Vice-President of Lords Hotels & Resorts.

“This is a matter of great pride for Lords Hotels & Resorts to be bestowed with the title of Indian Hotel Brand. I am thankful to the Hon’ble Minister and to the organizers for honouring us with the award. With this award the year has begun with a bang for us and I am sure we will continue to flourish for the rest of it. Lords Hotels & Resorts has the largest presence in the State of Gujarat where we own and operate seventeen properties. We have a majority of our hotels in the tier 2 and tier 3 cities and are looking at expanding our base here where India’s real tourism thrives. We strive to offer luxury accommodations to our guests at budget friendly prices which is our ideology of ‘true value’,” says Rishi Puri, VP, Lords Hotels & Resorts.

Only a decade old, Lords Hotels & Resorts is a chain of 27 hotels, inns and resorts across India and Nepal. The hospitality chain has been aggressively expanding its footprint in the tier 2 and 3 cities and has recently added three new properties in the country and another three in Nepal.

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