In a recent development, Lemon Tree Hotels has unveiled its latest signing, Keys Prima by Lemon Tree Hotels, set to grace the picturesque city of Dehradun. Anticipated to open its doors by the fiscal year 2027, this exciting addition to the Lemon Tree Hotels family will be managed by Carnation Hotels Private Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary and the management arm of Lemon Tree Hotels Limited.
The charming city of Dehradun, nestled in the stunning Doon Valley of Uttarakhand, is a thriving holiday destination, known for its lush landscapes and serene surroundings. Situated between the Song River, a tributary of the Ganga, and the Asan River, a tributary of the Yamuna, Dehradun offers awe-inspiring views of both sunrise and sunset. It’s a city that seamlessly combines natural beauty with modern amenities, catering to both business and leisure travelers.
Keys Prima by Lemon Tree Hotels, Dehradun, is poised to feature 55 well-appointed rooms, a restaurant, a bar, a banquet hall, meeting rooms, and various other public areas. Travelers will find convenient access to the Jolly Grant Airport, located approximately 40 kilometers from the property, and the Dehradun Railway Station, which is a mere 13 kilometers away. The hotel is well-connected by both public and private transportation from major cities across India.
In light of this exciting development, Vikramjit Singh, President of Lemon Tree Hotels, shared his thoughts on this expansion. He remarked, “We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our portfolio in Dehradun, Uttarakhand with our valued partner M/s Doon Dwelling LLP. This opening will be in addition to our eight existing and five upcoming hotels and resorts in the state, and we are looking to expand our footprint in Uttarakhand further. Dehradun is not just a leisure destination but emerging as an important business destination.”
With this latest venture, Lemon Tree Hotels continues to make its mark in the hospitality industry and aims to provide an enriching experience for travelers in the heart of Uttarakhand’s capital city.