MAKE A COOL TECH STOP

India Today - - CITY BUZZ - By Am­rita Dhali­wal

Lo­cated in Zi­rakpur on the Am­bala Chandi­garh Ex­press­way, also known as the Na­tional High­way-22, Ho­tel 6 is the an­swer to all your travel stay woes. Spa­cious and packed with mod­ern ameni­ties, the ho­tel boasts of be­ing 'su­per tech­nol­ogy savvy'. With colour­ful and con­tem­po­rary in­te­ri­ors, meet­ing hubs and lux­ury suites, in­clud­ing ac­ces­si­ble rooms for the dif­fer­ently-abled—Ho­tel

6 is set to wow both busi­ness and leisure trav­ellers in the re­gion.

This con­fi­dent coun­try cousin of Mo­tel 6, which opened to pub­lic in 1962 in Santa Bar­bara, Cal­i­for­nia, USA, it is spread across six floors and has 175 rooms equipped with the lat­est tech­nol­ogy. Guests will be able to use I-Pads for check-in and check-out and or­der food in the restau­rants as well. The ho­tel also boasts of a full-fledged gym, swim­ming pools and more. "Ho­tel 6 is a brand of the US based G6 Hos­pi­tal­ity LLC. G6 Hos­pi­tal­ity LLC owns three iconic Amer­i­can brands—Mo­tel 6, Stu­dio 6 and Ho­tel 6. Their port­fo­lio com­prises of around 1,600 ho­tels across USA, Canada and Mex­ico," says Rob Palleschi, CEO, G6 Hos­pi­tal­ity LLC, USA.

Ty­ing in with the over­all theme of tech­nol­ogy is their all-day mul­ti­cui­sine restau­rant called Dot. Yum. One can choose from an ar­ray of mouth­wa­ter­ing dishes— from au­then­tic In­dian and con­ti­nen­tal to Le­banese and Mex­i­can. “We have tweaked all the recipes as per lo­cal taste. For ex­am­ple Chi­nese cui­sine has been given a Pun­jabi tadka be­cause au­then­tic Chi­nese is rather bland and does suit the In­dian palate,” says Jitesh Patta, Gen­eral Man­ager, Ho­tel 6.

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