JW Marriott celebrates the opening of its Aerocity hotel

JW Marriott celebrates the opening of its first hotel in New Delhi, Aerocity

JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity

December 2, 2013: JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts celebrated the official opening of JW Marriott Hotel in New Delhi Aerocity with a grand celebration. The crème-de-la-crème of Delhi society were in attendance to celebrate it. The evening was hosted by Sushil Gupta, Chairman & MD, Asian Hotels (West), Sandeep Gupta, Executive Director, Asian Hotels (West) and Balan Paravantavida, General Manager, JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity.
The 523 room hotel marks a great milestone for the Marriott International group. The hotel aims to offer guests a luxury experience paired with elegance and approachability, designed to reflect sophistication.
The hotel offers an array of six restaurants and lounges including K3, one of the largest all-day dining restaurants in the capital with three open kitchens offering Cantonese, Tuscan and North Indian cuisine; DBC (Delhi Baking Company), a patisserie which will serve some of the best coffees in town with a chocolate counter and gourmet retail space; Oval Bar, a sophisticated retreat to unwind at with friends and business associates alike; Akira Back, the hotel’s signature restaurant offering Japanese cuisine with a Korean influence; and the JW Lounge, perfect for a quick meet and greet over coffee or drinks.
The new JW also features the Quan Spa; JW Fitness - the hotel’s state-of-the-art health club; and an outdoor, heated swimming pool. The hotel is also well placed to secure a large slice of the increasingly important Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) market.

Coordinates: Asset Area 4 - Hospitality District, Delhi Aerocity, New Delhi, India

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