Lemon Tree Hotel near Jammu Tawi Railway Station
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: The temple city and the North India’s most visited pilgrim destination of Jammu on Sunday became part of the award winning and prestigious Indian hotel chain of Lemon Tree.
Pushpa Chawla and Kanta Mahajan inaugurated the Lemon Tree Hotel, at a glittering but simple function at Railway Head this afternoon.
Fresh, spirited and youthful, Lemon Tree Hotels (LTH) is India’s largest hotel chain in the mid-priced hotel sector, and the 3rd largest overall.
Pushpa Chawla and Kanta Mahajan inaugurating the Lemon Tree Hotel in Jammu on Sunday.
A perfect destination for a refreshing stay, Jammu Lemon Tree has smartly furnished rooms and suites. The hotel is a luxury with an entrance that opens into a spacious and bright lobby with colourful flooring, making it contemporary and vivid. It has 39 rooms and suites provided with multi-cuisine coffee shop, Citrus Café, fully equipped Gym, 2,500 sqft banquet space, Tangerine well equipped boardrooms, and high speed Wi-Fi.
Lemon Tree Hotels are midscale business and leisure hotels that uplift your spirits at the end of a long day. Like the fruit they are named after, Lemon Tree Hotels are fresh, cool and sparkling with zest.
Cheery greetings, a friendly smile and a whiff of the signature lemon fragrance welcomes the guests at Lemon Tree.
This stylish business hotel with fresh and bright interiors refreshes the guests with its witty humour and spirited environment.
Lemon Tree’s ‘close to home’ comfort helps the guests unwind with its smart in-room amenities, vibrant café, and fitness center. All this, at an unbeatable value.
This hotel situated exactly opposite the Jammu Tawi Railway Station is important from the business as well as tourism point of view.
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