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Guwahati gets its first 5 star hotel

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guwahati-5-star-hotelGuwahati: The Indian Hotels Company Ltd Tuesday announced its plans to launch a new hotel in North-east India with the announcement of Vivanta by Taj - Guwahati, Assam.
The foundation stone for the property was unveiled by Tarun Gogoi, Chief Minister of Assam in the presence of Ratan Tata , Chairman Tata Sons , Rockybul Hussain , Minister of Forest and Environment, Tourism, Government of Assam, and H.S.Das , IAS, Principal Secretary Finance & Tourism , Government of Assam.
Unveiling the foundation stone, Tarun Gogoi, CM, Assam said: “This is a clear indication that the Tata Group is committed to the development of Assam in north east as a whole. This hotel will provide tourism to a great extent. We are very happy to have our first 5 star hotel because without a 5 star hotel, one cannot bring in development”
The property will be located on a 4.5 acre site at G S Road in Guwahati.
It will be the city’s first 5-star hotel for a target clientele of business and leisure travelers, claimed the company.
Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Sons, said: “It is a great privilege and honour to be here today on this occasion when Taj is registering its commitment to the state of Assam in laying the foundation stone of Vivanta by Taj. I hope this hotel will, as the Minister stated, be a destination for not only business visitors but also tourists, who may visit Assam.
“In the morning we have had discussions on what we could, as business people, do in Assam and we were always struck by the tremendous change in the state, the level of activity, the enhancement of quality of life and I believe we are all committed to the vision of the Chief Minister to advance the rural environment in Assam, to raise the quality of life in rural areas, to provide jobs and skills. I hope this hotel, that we are all at today, will in its own way contribute to this goal.”
This is a significant development for Taj Hotels as Guwahati is the Gateway to the North East and is a critical administrative, political and financial centre for the state. Bookmark and Share
guwahati-5-star-hotelGuwahati: The Indian Hotels Company Ltd Tuesday announced its plans to launch a new hotel in North-east India with the announcement of Vivanta by Taj - Guwahati, Assam.
The foundation stone for the property was unveiled by Tarun Gogoi, Chief Minister of Assam in the presence of Ratan Tata , Chairman Tata Sons , Rockybul Hussain , Minister of Forest and Environment, Tourism, Government of Assam, and H.S.Das , IAS, Principal Secretary Finance & Tourism , Government of Assam.
Unveiling the foundation stone, Tarun Gogoi, CM, Assam said: “This is a clear indication that the Tata Group is committed to the development of Assam in north east as a whole. This hotel will provide tourism to a great extent. We are very happy to have our first 5 star hotel because without a 5 star hotel, one cannot bring in development”
The property will be located on a 4.5 acre site at G S Road in Guwahati.
It will be the city’s first 5-star hotel for a target clientele of business and leisure travelers, claimed the company.
Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Sons, said: “It is a great privilege and honour to be here today on this occasion when Taj is registering its commitment to the state of Assam in laying the foundation stone of Vivanta by Taj. I hope this hotel will, as the Minister stated, be a destination for not only business visitors but also tourists, who may visit Assam.
“In the morning we have had discussions on what we could, as business people, do in Assam and we were always struck by the tremendous change in the state, the level of activity, the enhancement of quality of life and I believe we are all committed to the vision of the Chief Minister to advance the rural environment in Assam, to raise the quality of life in rural areas, to provide jobs and skills. I hope this hotel, that we are all at today, will in its own way contribute to this goal.”
This is a significant development for Taj Hotels as Guwahati is the Gateway to the North East and is a critical administrative, political and financial centre for the state.