Published on : Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Chototel, the London based technology start-up is going to unveil its first ‘super-budget’ hotel in the country. The hotels will offer the guests with economic and luxurious facilities after this pilot project becomes a reality.
The room tariffs will start from Rs. 100 per day and the guests will be able to enjoy facilities like, uninterrupted water, electricity, gas. Also, they will be able to use day-care facility, infirmaries, community kitchen and beautiful gardens.
Rhea Silva, the Managing Director of Chototel said, “The Chototel project is a technological super machine. We use innovative technologies to build, operate and manage in a way that helps us keep costs low and efficiencies high. We are committed to making India the cornerstone of our market entry strategy.”
The pilot hotel is being constructed near Nagothane in the south of Mumbai. The plot is 70 kms south of Mumbai, on the Mumbai-Goa expressway.
The hotel will have 240 rooms and will be able to accommodate about a 1000 guests. The facility, spread across 1.5 acres of land will be targeting industrial workers, travelling through the expressway or working within 15kms of the hotel.
The Chototel plans to build 100000 rooms in next five years around Mumbai-Pune-Goa corridor.
Chototel’s chairman, Chris Phillips informed, “India’s diversified economy and robust growth prospects make it the most attractive location globally to set up our first project. With inflation under control and the economy benefiting from lower commodity prices, demand for low-cost service products can only go up.”
Chototel is currently trying to acquire lands in Goa, Chakan and Gujrat for further projects.
It would be very pleasing to receive amazing facilities in the People’s Hotel, within just a tiny pocket pinch.