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Metropolitan Hotel New Delhi first Summit Hotel in India

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Tuesday, 17 July 2007

The Metropolitan Hotel New Delhi has joined the Preferred Hotel Group under the Summit Hotels & Resorts collection. The hotel joins three other signature hotels in India under the Preferred Hotels & Resorts brand - The Imperial, Devi Garh and Samode Palace.

The Metropolitan Hotel is a 5-star hotel located in downtown Connaught Place, New Delhi's premier business and shopping district. This luxury urban oasis with its neo-classic ambiance and lush landscaping was conceptualized by the US design firm Bent Severin & Associates.

Each of the elegant 180 guest rooms and suites are recently refurbished and now offer the latest conveniences including Wi-Fi and fax. Dedicated to the needs of the business traveler, the Club Floor rooms offer LCD TVs, DVD players, business kits and fax-scan-copy printers. Among the various service innovations, is the concept of 'Priority Service', which gives guests a one-touch button access to any service that they may desire and a 'Business Concierge' provides the needs of a corporate traveler.

Four restaurants and bars provide Japanese, Indian and International fare including a 24-hour restaurant. Recreational facilities include the Zen Serena spa offering a complete range of Asian and European treatments, a gym and outdoor swimming pool.

"We are thrilled that The Metropolitan Hotel New Delhi - a formerly franchised Nikko Hotel - is partnering with Summit Hotels & Resorts to be our first Summit property in India. Preferred Hotel Group has proven to be a successful partner for many independent hotels and we aim to achieve the same success in the dynamic city of New Delhi," said Ananya Narayan, Preferred Hotel Group Asia Pacific's Managing Director.

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