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Article from BTNews 28 SEPTEMBER 2015

Renaissance in Lucknow

Renaissance Hotels has opened its first property in north India with the unveiling of the Renaissance Lucknow.

With 16 floors and 112 guestrooms, it is the tallest hotel in the city. 

It is the Renaissance brand’s second hotel in India and is centrally located for easy access to Lucknow’s business area. The room count includes 16 suites and all rooms have spacious work and seating areas. Other features include a variety of dining options, a poolside sky bar on the 16th floor, a fitness centre, yoga studio and rooftop infinity pool and Jacuzzi.

Facilities for meetings and events are spread over 26,000 sq ft of indoor and outdoor space featuring Renaissance’s signature R.E.N. programme, and the hotel also offers the brand’s Navigator concierge service.

Marriott International is also further expanding the brand in China with the opening of the Renaissance Suzhou Wujiang Hotel in Shengze. With 296 guestrooms including 15 suites, each with kitchenette with refrigerator, it is the first international hospitality brand in the area and the 19th Renaissance-branded property in China.   www.marriott.co.uk/hotels

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