Deal done for first Waldorf Astoria hotel in India

Waldorf Astoria Jaipur flagged to debut by 2027

Hilton has secured a management agreement for the launch of Waldorf Astoria Jaipur, marking the debut of Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts in India. Steeped in history and culture, Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, is a  unique destination in India’s famed Golden Triangle, making it an ideal location to launch the first Waldorf Astoria hotel in India.

Waldorf Astoria Jaipur is envisaged to be open by 2027 in the ‘Pink City’.

“Having recently announced the entry of Waldorf Astoria to Japan, Australia, Malaysia, and Vietnam, we are delighted to partner with Dangayach Group for the landmark debut of Waldorf Astoria in India,” said Alan Watts, President, Asia Pacific, Hilton. “This partnership demonstrates our commitment to working with esteemed local partners to expand our luxury portfolio in prime destinations in the region. India holds a strategic significance for Hilton, and we are eager to establish a new standard for luxury in the country.

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Deal done for Waldorf Astoria Jaipur - Signing of Waldorf Astoria Jaipur - Hari Mohan Dangayach, Chairman, Dangayach Group with Chris Nassetta, President & CEO, Hilton

“Jaipur, with its cultural richness and remarkable architectural marvels, provides a captivating backdrop for our first Waldorf Astoria in India, and we are excited to create unforgettable experiences within this extraordinary setting.”

Spanning 22 acres overlooking the Aravalli Hills, Waldorf Astoria Jaipur will be the epitome of luxury in Jaipur. Boasting 51 expansive pool villas and 174 elegant guest rooms, the hotel will exude a sense of space and grandeur. It will also feature a luxurious spa, an outdoor swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, and five distinctive dining experiences, including the world-famous Peacock Alley, the iconic lounge and bar synonymous with the Waldorf Astoria brand.

Waldorf Astoria Jaipur will join Hilton’s existing portfolio of 24 operating and 13 pipeline hotels and resorts across India.

Lead image: Signing of Waldorf Astoria Jaipur, from left: Navjit Ahluwalia, SVP and Country Head, India, Hilton; Alan Watts – President, Asia Pacific, Hilton; Hari Mohan Dangayach, Chairman, Dangayach Group; Chris Nassetta, President & Chief Executive Officer, Hilton; Atul Dangayach, Managing Director, Dangayach Group; Kevin Jacobs, CFO and President Global Development, Hilton

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