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Renovation 4 December 2019

Ginger Pune Wakad

The Re-Imagined Ginger, Wakad In Pune Unveiled

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Ginger unveiled their renovated and re-imagined hotel in Wakad, Pune. The new look is in line with the refreshed identity of the brand reflecting a completely fresh and contemporary take on design.

The re-imagined Ginger Wakad presents a co-existence of contrasts through dynamic spaces, seamlessly blending the lines of work and play. The design creates experiences that are vibrant, quirky, intuitive and smart. Café Et Cetera, the signature all-day diner, offers a variety of global and local selections of comfort food. It also doubles up as a personal workstation. Additional facilities such as the fitness center and the meeting room have also been redesigned.

The service style is designed around the never stop lifestyle of the guests enabling them to do more, whether it is on-the-go breakfast or express laundry service. The redesigned spaces will bring together attractive public areas as well as spots designed for solitude, allowing the smooth transition from one to the other. They come alive with vivacious high energy glocal music.

Joi Design, renowned international interior designers, have worked on the new design of the repositioned Ginger Brand.

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Ginger Hotels are operated by Roots Corporation Limited which is a subsidiary of The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL). Ginger is a revolutionary concept in hospitality. Ginger Hotels with a pan India presence of 45 hotels across 32 cities with another 11 under development, energizes enterprising Indians in their journeys with a hospitality experien ce that provides comfort and convenience.
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Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL)

The Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) and its subsidiaries, collectively known as Taj Group, is one of Asia's largest and finest group of hotels. Incorporated by the founder of the Tata group, Jamsetji Tata, the company opened its first property, the Taj Mahal Palace, in Bombay in 1903.
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