The Fern Residency opens in Parbhani, Maharashtra

The Fern Hotels & Resorts, India’s leading environmentally sensitive hotel chain announces the opening of The Fern Residency, Parbhani, Maharashtra. The hotel is located in the MIDC area of the city.

The 35 room hotel is a mid-scale property best suited for the needs of the business traveller.  Facilities enjoyed by the guest include in-room tea and coffee maker, mineral water, digital in-room safe, satellite TV, etc. The hotel also boasts of a swimming pool and various eating, and banqueting options.

The dining options comprise of Cilantro, a multi-cuisine restaurant which serves food between 7 am to 11 pm. One can enjoy cocktails and mocktails by the poolside Bar along with a variety of starters and finger foods.

Commenting on the opening of the hotel, the COO of the hotel, Suhail Kannampilly said, “The Fern Residency, Parbhani, will provide the best hospitality in this rapidly growing city. This is our 56th hotel, which we have opened in Maharashtra. We have a  sizable presence in the state and we are keen to increase the number of hotels in the state. ”

Location:  

  • 5 kilometres from Parbhani Railway Station
  • 5 kilometres from Parbhani Bus Stand
  • 80 Kilometres from Nanded Airport

Address: Plot No P-12, MIDC, Basmat Road, Parbhani, Maharashtra

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