Nepal: The Indian hotel chain has signed a license agreement with Bhangeri Durbar Resort Pvt Ltd for a 51-room hotel a Nagarkot in Nepal.
The Bhangeri Durbar Resort at Nagarkot will be operated through Carnation Hotels Pvt Ltd, Lemon Tree’s subsidiary management arm.
Spread over four acres of landscaped terrain, the resort will feature 51 rooms and suites, a multi-cuisine restaurant, bar, catering spaces, a swimming pool and spa, and a terrace deck.
It is expected to open by early 2021.
Lemon Tree Hotels deputy managing director and Carnation Hotels director, Rattan Keswani, said: “We are delighted to expand our reach in Nepal with this stunning resort. It is our second signing for a hotel in the country, which we feel holds immense business and tourism potential.”
Established in 2004, Lemon Tree Hotels currently operates 80 hotels with around 8,000 rooms in 48 destinations. Based predominately in India, the group offers seven brands: Aurika Hotels and Resorts, Lemon Tree Premier, Lemon Tree Hotels, Red Fox Hotels, Keys Prima, Keys Select, and Keys Lite.