Accor launches its 21st Novotel in India

Accor launches its 21st Novotel in India

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Accor launches its 21st Novotel in India

Novotel Chandigarh Tribune Chowk, the 21st addition to the portfolio of internationally acclaimed, elegant, and full-service Novotel brands in India, opens its doors to guests. Over the past 50 years, Accor has built a diverse portfolio of brands in India, striking a balance between economy, mid-range, premium, and luxury brands. From the existing portfolio of brands, Novotel forms the largest mid-sized hotel chain in the country with 20 hotels in operation. Due to its valuable offerings and its ability to provide a consistent experience with seamless service, the Novotel brand has become a popular choice among guests, catering to a mix of business and leisure travelers.

Novotel has seen tremendous growth in India for more than a decade and the introduction of Novotel in new markets such as Chandigarh is a significant addition to Accor’s comprehensive portfolio. On the occasion, Puneet Dhawan, Senior Vice President of Operations – India and South Asia, Accor, said: “India offers a significant opportunity to develop our mid-range brand. We believe Novotel will be the ideal brand for the Chandigarh market as it appeals to both business and leisure travelers. We look forward to opening new markets which will further strengthen our position in North India. “Novotel Chandigarh Tribune Chowk offers modern and simple living with 120 modern rooms, a small outdoor swimming pool, a modern high school, and many meeting and wedding venues of various sizes, spread over 8,100 square meters without pillars. The hotel features two food and beverage outlets Novotel Chandigarh is part of ALL – Accor Live Limitless, Accor’s lifestyle loyalty program that provides access to benefits, unique services, and experiences.

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