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Absolute Signs Hotel in Bay of Bengal

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Absolute Hotel Services India has signed a management contract with Brijsons Hotel Pvt. Ltd to manage the 144-room Chariot Resort & Spa Puri. The resort is scheduled to be fully operational by mid 2011.

The Chariot Resort & Spa Puri nestles amidst a natural lagoon with a private beachfront and is conveniently located on the New Marine Drive of the Bay of Bengal, 65 kilometers away from Biju Pattnayak International Airport in Bhubaneshwar (the capital of Orissa) and 7 kilometers away from the Puri Railway Station.

All 102 rooms and 42 suites (35 sqm 90 sqm) feature private balconies, internet access, IDD telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, in-room entertainment systems and TV.

The restaurants and bars include The Upper Deck which offers all day dining with a choice of international dishes and authentic Indian cuisine, The Laguna, open for dinner only, offers a distinct dining experience of the finest Indian and international contemporary favorites, The Tide Bar offers an array of liquors, cocktails, wine and variety of snacks.

Other services include spa facilities with meditation room, a gym, outdoor swimming pool, business center and Wi-Fi internet access.

For meetings and events, the conference room can accommodate up to 300 guests according to the choice of venue and seating configuration. Outdoor functions can be hosted on the foreshore lawns and pool side depending on the season and number of attendees.

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