The Lalit launches nightclub Kitty Su

The Lalit launches nightclub Kitty Su

August 19, 2011: The Lalit hotel in New Delhi has launched its state-of-the-art and opulent nightclub ‘Kitty Su’ – the beloved project by the group’s youngest Executive Director, Mr. Keshav Suri.

The event saw high profile guests as the champagne flowed endlessly and French DJs, especially flown in from France, spun one hit beat after another.

Kitty Su amalgamates influences of ancient India with contemporary elements. Spread over 13,000 sq ft, the club is split between two levels. Among many firsts in the country, Kitty Su introduces the concept of the ‘A’ List area called ‘The List’, which offers the elite an opportunity to enjoy themselves in a private environment. A special electronic key card that has been presented to the ‘A’ list can only access the area.

Subtle earthy influences with evocative Kamasutra sculptures especially brought in Khajuraho decorate the public area of the club. ‘The Salon’, a mini nightclub within a nightclub, commemorates the magnificent ethnic craftsmanship with its intricately carved wooden jali work and sumptuous tapestry. The Champagne Lounge, referred to as ‘The Dressing Room’, offers a plethora of delectable champagnes, sparkling wines and cocktails. It is available by the reasonable piccolo, pop and glass.

Setting trail-blazes for the rest to follow, the nightclub offers a range of distinctive value added services. To discourage drink and drive, exclusive pick and drop services would be offered to the guests. Apart from these, there are also a variety of special packages available. These include, romantic weekend getaway packages for couples and the facility of booking a luxurious party bus if you want to party with your posse.

For reservations and other details, you can get in touch at + 91 11 44447666

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