Ferns N Petals (FNP), the pi­o­neer brand of the pre­mium flower busi­ness in In­dia, has now un­veiled Ud­man, In­dia's first wed­ding ho­tel and re­treat com­plex

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Po­si­tioned ad­van­ta­geously on NH-8, the com­plex is spread-out over 14 lux­u­ri­ant acres. The prop­erty is dis­tin­guished by a wel­com­ing am­bi­ence, truly ex­otic in­te­ri­ors and fan­tas­tic ser­vices mak­ing it Delhi's most af­flu­ent ad­dress to host events.

The re­sort and ho­tel com­prises of an air­con­di­tioned ban­quet and a pool­side lawn and a glass-house with a dis­tinct Euro­pean feel. The re­sort's ex­te­rior fa­cade is sur­rounded by lush land­scap­ing and has a ded­i­cated pas­sage for the groom's con­voy. And to top it all, the renowned Sea­sons Group is the Op­er­at­ing and Food & Bev­er­age Part­ner.

“Ud­man is the first-of-its-kind wed­ding ho­tel which is un­like con­ven­tional venues where peo­ple used to host wed­dings and cel­e­brate other im­por­tant events. The pri­mary idea be­hind Ud­man was to cre­ate a place where a wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion can take place with all fa­cil­i­ties un­der one roof. This prop­erty has made ob­so­lete the need to book mul­ti­ple venues with the has­sle of man­ag­ing them. The prop­erty of­fers mul­ti­ple op­tions to cel­e­brate var­i­ous func­tions such as Me­hendi, Bach­e­lorette, Sangeet as well as other rit­u­al­is­tic cer­e­monies. Its unique­ness as well as con­ve­nience will set a bench­mark in the in­dus­try,” said Vikaas Gutgutia, Founder and MD, Ferns N Petals.

FNP Gar­dens (A Unit of Ferns N Petals Pvt. Ltd.) has seven breath­tak­ing wed­ding venues in the prime lo­ca­tions of Delhi & NCR, namely, Am­bi­ence Golf Drive (com­pris­ing of The Ritz and The Riviera) at NH-8, Vi­lasa at Ka­pashera, The Kun­dan at Ka­pashera, Sh­a­gun Farm at Bandh Road, Brij Greens at Chat­tarpur and now Ud­man.

Ud­man is the first-of-its-kind wed­ding ho­tel which is un­like con­ven­tional venues

Vikaas Gutgutia

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