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Westin Hotels & Resorts – part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 31 extraordinary hotel brands – unveils The Westin Hyderabad Hitec city, its second Westin property to launch in Hyderabad, with the distinctive identity of being an all women managed hotel, the first of its kind within the city. Located in Hitec City, a prominent technology township and within 32 km distance from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, the 168 key hotel offers a holistic array of wellness experiences designed to empower guests to be the best version of themselves, regardless of the nature of travel. Playing its part towards building a more sustainable future, this hotel will operate solely on green energy sourced from renewable resources.

Steeped in history, teeming with people and buzzing with commerce, the city of Hyderabad is one of India’s most evocative ancient quarters. The city is a beautiful confluence of its rich past and dynamic present. Captured in the Old City are some of Islamic India’s most impressive architecture, like the 16th century Golconda Fort, the Charminar, Hyderabad’s principal landmark and city symbol built in 1591, and the 18th century Chowmahalla Palace to name a few such treasures. While addresses like Hitec City are replete with luxury malls, multiplexes, clubs, pubs and sleek restaurants.

“We are thrilled to expand the brand’s footprint in Hyderabad with the opening of The Westin Hyderabad Hitec City,” said Ranju Alex, Area Vice President, South Asia, Marriott International Inc. “This landmark opening marks the first all women operated hotel within the city and heralds a paradigm shift for the hospitality industry, breaking from the conventional ways of operating. Paired with the Westin brands signature programmes, adapted to the needs of the modern traveller, the hotel is set to deliver experiences designed to empower a better you”.

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