Carlson, Bestech to develop 43 new Park Inn by 2024 in India

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Leading hospitality group Carlson Rezidor in collaboration with Bestech Hospitalities will develop 43 more Park Inn by Radisson hotels in India by 2024.

"As part our agreement with Bestech, six hotel management agreements have already been executed in 2013. From now to 2024, the partnership will deliver an additional 43 new generation Park Inn by Radisson hotels in north and central India," Simon C Barlow, president, Asia Pacific, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, said in a release issued here.

At present, Carlson Rezidor is in the process of seeking a second strategic partnership to leverage multi-platform growth in India.

Carlson Rezidor has 65 hotels in operation and 36 under development in the country.

"We have established our leadership in this market over the last 15 years. By focusing on building strategic partnerships with hotel owners, we have accelerated our growth to deliver a record number of hotel signings in 2013. Our sustained growth in India will ensure our continued leadership in this important market," Barlow said.

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has more than 1,300 hotels in operation and under development, spread across more than 100 countries.

The hospitality group's brands include Radisson Blu, Radisson, Park Plaza, Park Inn by Radisson, Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM and Hotel Missoni.

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