Lemon Tree Hotels has announced its latest signing – Lemon Tree Hotel, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Carnation Hotels Private Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary and the management arm of Lemon Tree Hotels Limited will manage the property’s operations after it becomes operational in December 2023.
This property will have 47 elegantly designed rooms, a restaurant, a banquet, a gym, and other public areas. While the railway station is only 6 km away, the Bhopal Airport is around 17 km away. All of India’s major cities are reachable by the property via public and private transport.
Bhopal is known as the “city of lakes” since it has several water bodies. The lakes serve as both recreational and drinking water sources. A fort from the 1700s and various palaces may be found around the lakes. The largest mosque in India, the 19th-century Taj-ul-Masjid, is one of the many mosques in Bhopal. Every year, the mosque hosts a three-day religious pilgrimage that attracts Muslims from all around India. The Fatehgarh Fort, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Bharat Bhawan, a multipurpose arts centre, the Museum of Man, an outdoor exhibit of replicas of various Indian tribal dwellings, and Van Vihar National Park, a zoological park, are some of the other tourist attractions in and around Bhopal.
Speaking on occasion, Mahesh Aiyer, CEO of Carnation Hotels Private Limited, commented, “We are happy to announce our expansion in Madhya Pradesh with our valued partner, Hotel Rajtilak Pvt. Ltd. We already have 2 operational hotels in the state, in Indore and Bandhavgarh and another 3 upcoming in Kanha, Jabalpur and, now, Bhopal. We have found that Madhya Pradesh has immense tourism and business potential and are looking at adding more hotels and resorts in the state to our existing portfolio. Though we are just in February, this is already the fifth hotel signed by the company this CY. We signed 19 hotels in the previous CY, and we are looking to top that number in CY23 through our asset-light expansion strategy,” he further added.