Roseate Hotels & Resorts to open hotel at Noida International Airport

Roseate Hotels and Resorts, owned and operated by Bird Group, has won the bid to develop an airport hotel at Noida International Airport, the upcoming greenfield airport in Delhi NCR.

The 220-key hotel will feature intelligent technology like online check-in and check-out, instant online room allotment and smartphone room access designed to cater to the evolving demands and expectations of global leisure and business travellers.

Roseate Hotels and Resorts has won the bid to develop an airport hotel at Noida International Airport

Located in close proximity to the airport terminal – the first step towards building Noida International Airport as a business and leisure centre for the region – the hotel will offer a suite of banquet, dining and wellness spaces, as well as a fitness centre.

A spokesperson from Roseate Hotels & Resorts shared: “We want to build a property that brings a world-class experience to our guests from India and abroad with customer-focused efficiencies. We are looking forward to showcasing a world-class hotel built keeping sustainability and cutting-edge technology at the helm.”

Christoph Schnellmann, CEO, Noida International Airport, said: “Roseate Hotels understand the needs of Indian customers, come with a rich experience in managing airport hotels, and share our ethos of a digital-led experience and sustainable infrastructure that we hope will be an extension of the experience we aim to provide at the airport.”

“The hotel will be a catalyst for (the new airport) to become a leading destination for travel, leisure, business, shopping, entertainment and stay, with hassle-free multimodal accessibility.”

Roseate Hotels & Resorts by Bird Group has a collection of seven luxury hotels across India and the UK.

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