Mer­cure launches in Dwarka

Business Traveller (India) - - UPFRONT -

Mer­cure is the first in­ter­na­tional ho­tel brand to open in Dwarka. The city is one of the seven most an­cient re­li­gious des­ti­na­tions in In­dia, lo­cated in the Devb­humi Dwarka dis­trict of Gu­jarat.

Mer­cure Dwarka is a five-minute drive from the city’s rail­way sta­tion, an hour’s drive from Por­ban­dar Air­port and a lit­tle over two hours from Jam­na­gar Air­port.

As for its dis­tance from re­li­gious sites, it is within close prox­im­ity to Dwarkad­hish Tem­ple, Nagesh­war Tem­ple, Gopi Talav Theertham, Ruk­mani Devi Tem­ple and Hanu­man Mandir.

Vikas Kul­shreshta, the gen­eral man­ager of Mer­cure Dwarka said: “We are ex­cited and proud to in­tro­duce the Mer­cure brand to Dwarka. The prop­erty is de­signed in a con­tem­po­rary and modern style, yet blends per­fectly with the lo­cal her­itage. We look for­ward to wel­com­ing our guests seek­ing high level of com­fort, ser­vice and qual­ity, which is syn­ony­mous with the Mer­cure brand.”

The 99 rooms are cat­e­gorised into 98 Deluxe rooms (23 sqm) and one Deluxe suite (46 sqm). They res­onate with the revered icon for which the city is known — artis­tic images of Lord Kr­ishna in or­nate frames. Each room is equipped with free water bot­tles, wifi, work desk, mini­bar, iron and iron­ing board, tea/cof­fee mak­ing fa­cil­i­ties and a shower.

There is just one eatery on the prop­erty — Makhan, an all-day din­ing restau­rant. The name trans­lates to Lord Kr­ishna’s favourite food — butter. It of­fers lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional veg­e­tar­ian dishes.

There is one gym on the prop­erty, and no swim­ming pool.

The 80 sqm meet­ing room can ac­com­mo­date a max­i­mum of 60 del­e­gates at a time. It is fit­ted with au­dio and video fa­cil­i­ties, an over­head pro­jec­tor, and has wifi ac­cess. mer­cure.com

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