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ITC Welcome Group of Hotels in India

Hotel Name Star Category City Address
CONNAUGHT HOUSE Heritage Mount Abu Rajendra Marg
Mount Abu
Rajasthan
WELCOM GROUP 3 Star Jaisalmer 3 Star No. 1
Tourist Complex, Sam Road
Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
BELVEDERE PALACE - Nainital A Wagarh Estate
Mattital Nainital
Uttarakhand
RAJPUTANA PALACE SHERATON 5 Star Deluxe Nainital Palace Road
Jaipur Rajasthan
WELCOMHERITAGE UMAID BHAWAN PALACE 5 Star Deluxe Jodhpur Umaid Bhawan Palace
Jodhpur Rajasthan
SARDAR SAMAND PALACE (LAKE RESORTS) Heritage Pali P.O. Sardar Samand
Via Sojat City
Pali Rajasthan
WELCOMHERITAGE NOOR-US-SABAH PALACE Heritage Bhopal VIP Road
Koh-E-Fiza Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh


 
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