Sarovar Hotels Pvt. Ltd. announced the opening of Nirvana Sarovar Portico in Gorakhpur in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The hotel was inaugurated in the presence of Jayant Narlikar, IAS, Commissioner, Gorakhpur and Ajay K Bakaya, Managing Director, Sarovar Hotels and Resorts.
Gorakhpur is Sarovar’s 5th city in Uttar Pradesh after Agra, Jhansi, Lucknow, Vaishali and Vrindavan.
Owned by AD Sons Reality Pvt Ltd., Nirvana Sarovar Portico is located in the heart of the city and business district of Gorakhpur and strategically positioned 15 minutes away from the airport.
It’s a contemporary hotel in the upper mid-scale segment. The hotel has 67 thoughtfully designed rooms including suites, with all modern amenities complemented with warm, attentive and personalised services.
It also features conferencing and banquet facilities for up to 350 guests, well-equipped fitness centre, 24 hours in-room dining, and free hi-speed Wi-Fi. Guests can savour a delightful meal at the hotel’s multi cuisine restaurant – Dine 551.
Gorakhpur has a lot to offer to its traveller as it’s situated in the foothills of Himalayan Shivalik range. It’s also a getaway to Nepal and lies in close proximity to Kushinagar and Lumbini for the Buddhist pilgrims.
Commenting on the development, Ajay K Bakaya, Managing Director, Sarovar Hotels Pvt. Ltd. said “This beautiful, new hotel is a fantastic addition to our growing portfolio in Uttar Pradesh. With its significant development, Gorakhpur is an emerging destination with a rising number of visitors from overseas and across the country. It is an important location for us to further tap the market and grow our business. This is set to be one of the best hotels in the city and will cater to the needs of corporate, groups, leisure and conferences.”
Sarovar Hotels is targeting to have 100 hotels under its portfolio in the near future. Expected openings in 2019 include hotels in Bengaluru, Bihar, Goa, Gujrat, Mumbai, Punjab, Tanzania, Uttarakhand. Currently, it comprises over 80 operational hotels across 50 destinations in India and Africa.