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Lemon Tree Hotels signs a new hotel in Hubli, Karnataka

Lemon Tree Hotels announced its latest signing – Lemon Tree Hotel, Hubli, Karnataka. This property is expected to be operational by May, 2023, and shall be managed by Carnation Hotels Private Limited, a subsidiary and the management arm of Lemon Tree Hotels Limited.

Located in Dharwad District, Hubli is one of the commercial hubs of Karnataka. Cotton and peanuts grow here in abundance and are traded across the country contributing to its economy. Unkal Lake, a beautiful water spot in Hubli, offers several recreational activities including boating, bird watching and more. Chandramouleshwara is a famous temple dedicated to Lord Shiva which is visited by thousands of his devotees every year. Besides these, Gayatri Tapovan, Iskon Akshaya Paatra, Navagraha Teertha, Holy Place and Gangubai Hanagal Memorial Musical Museum are also worth a visit.

This property will feature 65 well-appointed rooms, complemented by a restaurant, bar, spa, swimming pool, fitness center and a meeting room.

Speaking on the occasion Mahesh Aiyer, CEO – Carnation Hotels Private Limited – commented, “We are delighted to expand our reach in Karnataka with our valued partner, HRK Hospitality. This will be our seventh property in Karnataka, a state famous for its tourism potential, which is visited by large numbers of travellers, both domestic and international, every year. We aspire to expand and diversify our existing portfolio by signing and opening more hotels to enlarge our offerings to our guests as well as owners and partners in the tourism and hospitality sector.”

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