1. ITC to acquire Park Hyatt Hotel Goa for Rs 515.44 cr

ITC to acquire Park Hyatt Hotel Goa for Rs 515.44 cr

Diversified group ITC has won the bid to acquire Park Hyatt Hotel property in Goa owned by Blue Coast Hotels...

By: | New Delhi | Published: February 23, 2015 10:23 PM
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Declaring ITC Ltd as the successful bidder at Rs 515.44 crore, IFCI said in a filing to the BSE that the Kolkata-based company has remitted 25 per cent of bid amount of Rs 128.86 crore as per the terms of the tender document. (Reuters)

Diversified group ITC has won the bid to acquire Park Hyatt Hotel property in Goa owned by Blue Coast Hotels — put up for public auction by IFCI Ltd — for Rs 515.44 crore.

Declaring ITC Ltd as the successful bidder at Rs 515.44 crore, IFCI said in a filing to the BSE that the Kolkata-based company has remitted 25 per cent of bid amount of Rs 128.86 crore as per the terms of the tender document.

“Further, ITC Ltd has been advised to remit 75 per cent of the balance amount within 15 days for the confirmation of sale,” IFCI said.

Earlier, in a separate filing, ITC said IFCI Ltd had informed that it has been declared as the highest/successful bidder for Park Hyatt Hotel located at Cansaulim, Goa along with land and built up area of the hotel together with all buildings and structures and plant and machineries.

The aforesaid assets of Blue Coast Hotels Ltd were put up on sale by IFCI Ltd through public auction under the provisions of the securitisation and reconstruction of financial assets and enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002, it added.

Blue Coast Hotels Ltd owns Park Hyatt Goa Resort & Spa, a five Star deluxe beach resort at Goa, MGM Grand New Delhi, Sheraton Chandigarh and Sheraton Amritsar.

Shares of ITC Ltd today closed at Rs 390.15 per scrip, down 1.45 per cent, on the BSE.

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