The cost of staying at a hard rock hotel in India has been slashed by 50 per cent, according to a report.
Hard Rock, which is owned by Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries, has reduced the cost of its Hard Rock Hotels in India from ₹3,000 to ₨1,500 per night for single stay, or ₧1,000 for double stay, as part of the Prime Minister’s Trip to India programme.
Hard rock hotels in the country charge a monthly fee of ₤2,500 for single stays, ₦1,800 for double stays, or a daily fee of Rs. 10.
Hard rocks are now available in the cities of Chennai and Kolkata, where the hotels offer a free breakfast and a complimentary hotel room.
The hotel, which opened in October 2017, has been named as one of the top hotels in Indian cities, with ratings in hotels, restaurants, bars and shopping malls.
“Our hotel guests are being offered free breakfast, free hotel rooms, free wi-fi, free internet access and the opportunity to shop in our retail stores,” Hard Rock India President Pranay V. Patil said in a statement.
The Prime Minister visited the state on his way to India and met the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
The PM, who is a strong supporter of the Hard Rock hotel, said he would make Hard Rock the most visited hotel in the world.
“We will be making Hard Rock our #1 hotel in terms of hotel occupancy, in terms with our hotel capacity, and in terms the number of hotel guests,” the Prime Minster said.
The Hard Rock Indian Hotel is a two-story luxury hotel in Tamil Nadu that has been popular in the state for many years.
The resort was opened in 2015, offering a breakfast and breakfast buffet for the prime minister.
Hard Rocks are located in Kolkatia, Chennai and Bengaluru, which have a combined population of 1.4 billion.
The prime minister is set to visit India later this week.