Lemon Tree Hotels signs a new hotel in Banswara

The property is expected to be operational by April 2024

Lemon Tree Hotels announced its latest signing, Keys Lite by Lemon Tree Hotels, Banswara, Rajasthan. The property is expected to be operational by April 2024 and shall be managed by Carnation Hotels Private Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary and the management arm of Lemon Tree Hotels Limited. 

Banswara takes its name from the ‘Bans wala’ (bamboo) forests as this tree grows in abundance around this area. The city is also known as the ‘Cherrapunji of Rajasthan’ as it receives the maximum rain in the state known for its desert areas. It is the greenest city in Rajasthan due to the heavy rainfall that it receives. It is called the City of a Hundred Islands as there are numerous islands in the Mahi River that flows through the city. 

There are several tourist attractions within and around a 50 kms radius of the city: The Jain temples of Andeshwar Parshwanathji and the Anekant Bahubali Temple in the Banswara district as well as the dargah of Sayedi Abdul Rasul Saheed in the city and the Sai temple attract the faithful. The artificial Anand Sagar Lake also known as Bai Talab is enclosed by the holy trees named "Kalpa Vriksha". Arthuna, with its clusters of ruined Hindu and Jain temples from the 11th, 12th and 15th centuries, draws history buffs. The green landscape, sea beach-like appearance and waterfall views of Chacha Kota, 14 km from the city, make it a perfect tourist destination for short getaways. 

This property will feature 54 well-appointed rooms, a restaurant, banquet spaces and a fitness center.

The Udaipur Airport is about 161 kms from the property, while the Tatanagar Railway Station is 3 kms away. 

Speaking on the occasion, Vikramjit Singh, President, Lemon Tree Hotels commented, “We are pleased to announce the expansion of our portfolio in Rajasthan with our valued partner Soncoya Solutions Private Limited. As we diversify our portfolio with properties across the country, we are increasingly expanding our reach into tier II, III and IV cities. This will be in addition to our five existing hotels and resorts in the state, and we are looking at opening more properties in Rajasthan in the future.”


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