Glimpse of Welcome Heritage's recent property Amritsar-“Ranjit Vilas”
Glimpse of Welcome Heritage's recent property Amritsar-“Ranjit Vilas”

WelcomHeritage keen on adding new properties and expand in North East

Keeping its focuses on growth and bring the best of hospitality, WelcomHeritage Hotels, a joint venture between ITC  and Jodhana Heritage, is going to expand its horizons towards South and Northeast India. The Brand already has hotels in Sikkim and Tamil Nadu and is looking for new properties to strengthen the presence in these regions of the country which have unique heritage, culture and attractions.
Talking about the expansion plan, Sunil Gupta, CEO, WelcomHeritage shared, “India’s rich heritage is a beautiful amalgamation of history and culture. It’s unique, and alike every Indian, I am also very proud of it. There is a lot of potential in South and North East. WelcomHeritage is known for its best heritage properties and by further expanding to these regions, we will be bringing the values and rich hospitality of these regions on a global platform. We have already identified properties and are in discussion with the properties owners. Very soon we will be making announcements of new properties on the Board”.
The next property, immediately, to be flagged will be WelcomHeritage Ashdale in Nainital, which is an old Manor from the British Era, owned by the Royalty of Sahaspur.  Thereafter, WelcomHeritage will be flagging two Nature Resorts, one in Tadoba, Maharashtra, and the other in Coorg, Karnataka. Both these properties are in the advance stages of the project, and will be launched within this financial year.
In the pipeline we have 8 new properties for evaluation this year.  These will help us expand our footprints all across India.  WelcomHeritage has recently opened its new property in Amritsar-“Ranjit Vilas”, which is the first farm stay property of the group.

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