Bird Hospitality has launched Roseate Hotels & Resorts, a global collection of unique and independent stay experiences
Bird Hospitality has launched Roseate Hotels & Resorts, a global collection of unique and independent stay experiences. Roseate Hotels & Resorts includes a portfolio of new and existing luxury hotels. With the opening of The Roseate House New Delhi, the group owns and operates four luxury properties in India and the UK, each having individual brand identities under Roseate Hotels and Resorts.
Following the Make in India campaign, Roseate Hotels & Resorts will be the next Indian luxury brand in hospitality after a gap of nearly 30 years.
Roseate Hotels & Resorts has also announced the launch of its latest addition Roseate House New Delhi and unveiled its flagship property The Roseate New Delhi – an urban luxury resort, located between the historical attractions of New Delhi and corporate hub of Gurugram. The Roseate New Delhi is spread across eight acres of land, with landscaped gardens and waterways.
Roseate Hotels & Resorts has two properties in UK. The Royal Park – an English style country house boutique hotel acquired by the group in 2011, would be rebranded as The Royal Park – a Roseate House hotel. The Forbury acquired by the group last year is a five-star hotel in Reading and the neighbouring Thames Valley; it will be rebranded as The Forbury Roseate.
In India, Bird Hospitality has a pipeline of three luxury and upscale properties in Jaipur, Goa and Rishikesh. In addition, the company has plans for acquiring hotels and exploring management prospects in India and international markets like Europe, the Middle East and the UK.