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Accor signs Grand Mercure Amritsar Airport Road; to open in 2026

Accor has expanded its portfolio with the signing of Grand Mercure Amritsar Airport Road. The property will feature 100 appointed rooms, including five spacious suites and two distinctive food and beverage outlets designed to delight the palate.

The key facilities include an expansive 800+ sqm banquet, a world-class spa and fitness Centre, and a swimming pool.

Located in the heart of Amritsar, a city celebrated for its rich cultural heritage and the iconic Golden Temple, the Grand Mercure aims to be a symbol of elegance and comfort. Travelers visiting this vibrant and historically significant city can anticipate a world-class accommodation option that seamlessly combines Accor’s modernity with the timeless charm of local Amritsar.

Aniruddh Kumar, Vice President of Development, India & South Asia at Accor, said, “This project marks the debut of the first Grand Mercure in the iconic city of Amritsar, which consistently attracts millions of visitors year-round, drawn by its vibrant blend of cuisine, culture, and business opportunities. This venture underscores our shared commitment to nurturing the hospitality sector’s growth in Amritsar, by ensuring guests will be treated to an exceptional array of experiences, in line with our global legacy.”

The property is being developed by R. V. Enterprises, synonymous with excellence in real estate, food processing, and Punjab’s agro-retail industry.

Sanjeev and Kirti Chadha, Partner of R. V. Enterprises, mentioned they are thrilled to partner with Accor on this spectacular project. “Every Grand Mercure property invites guests to experience and celebrate the region’s unique cuisine, ceremonies and cultural elements. The hotel will therefore herald a new chapter for Amritsar, a city known for its rich heritage and warm hospitality.”

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