Hotel Ramada in Bistupur on Tuesday. Picture by Bhola Prasad
Highlight: four suites, two banquet halls
Covered area: one acre
Welcome to Hotel Ramada.
The New Year will redefine hospitality in the steel city with one of the largest hotel chains Ramada gearing up to open its gates on Wednesday.
Spread over an acre at a prime location in Bistupur, the five-storey “luxury deluxe” hotel will house 72 rooms, four suites and two spacious banquet halls of 300 and 500 capacity each where one can host business meetings, conferences and theme parties.
Owner and businessman Sanjiv Kapila, who had earlier gifted the steel city popular food joints like Dosa King and Hong Kong, promises that this American chain will provide ultimate comfort.
“We decided to introduce Jamshedpur residents to the luxury of this hotel chain. The USP of the hotel will be quality and service of international standards,” Kapila told The Telegraph.
The hotel also has a multi-cuisine restaurant, Red Earth where the impressive copper brown walls and glowing chandeliers set the right mood for dining with family and friends.
Not in for a full-fledged dinner? You can always spend some quality time with your friends at the hotel’s coffee shop Jampot.
For the party revellers, lounge Big Shots provides an excellent ambience. The right music, lights make your party indeed special.
If there are options galore for binge eating and drinking, the hotel has also made arrangements to sweat it out at their gym Sweet Zone. The fitness centre boasts equipment of international standards and facilities like sauna, aerobics, yoga, and spa.
After a stressful day at work, this is the place Jamshedpur denizens will head to.
If hard-core exercise is not your cup of tea, dive into the crystal blue waters of the swimming pool at the hotel.
Ladies, maintaining your tresses and glowing skin or getting ready for a party will no longer be a brain-racking thing, the salon on the first floor of the hotel offers you world-class beauty care.
The hotel has space for valet parking. Care has been taken to design the parking lot.
Ramada has over 7,500 hotels across the globe. In India, they set up their first establishment in Mumbai 15 years ago.