Best Western India, in collaboration with Armaan Resorts Private Limited, dropped its anchor in Amritsar, Punjab, by launching 'Best Western Merrion'. It marks the latest operational property of Best Western in India. At the launch, Sudhir Sinha, President and Chief Operating Officer of Best Western India, said that the forty-room property will house facilities like on-line- reservation, central heated and air conditioned, besides special facilities for the non resident Indians, national and international clientele visiting the city..
On the occasion of the launch, Gurjinder Singh, Managing Director - Armaan Resorts, said that their association with Best Western brand would fetch two important components to Amritsar; first being international standard of hospitality and the other being international booking, based out of their robust chain of hotels across the world. Best Western Merrion shares a close proximity with Raja Sansi Airport, the world-famous Golden Temple and the historically-important Jalianwala Bagh.
The hotel will open its dining and bar facilities for the local residents of Amritsar. Their two restaurants 'The One' and 'Dazzle' will be accessible to local residents. 'Cup lounge', a 24 hour coffee shop and Lava-the Lunge Bar are the other places where they can enjoy its hospitality.
Best Western Merrion is world's largest hotel chain and manages over 4000 hotels across 80 countries. The chain is operational from 1946 and handles eleven properties in India, scattered across Himachal Pradesh, Gurgaon, and Mathur in North India; Cochin, Hyderabad, and Trivandrum in South India; and Pune, Ratnagiri, and Surat in West India.