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The Oberoi Group launches Trident, Hyderabad

The Oberoi Group has announced the opening of Trident, Hyderabad.  Located in the heart of the information technology hub, HITEC City, the hotel has an elegant and contemporary design and offers state of the art business and leisure facilities.

Mr. P.R.S Oberoi, Executive Chairman of The Oberoi Group said, “Over the years we have added hotels at various locations in India and overseas, which have become industry benchmarks.  Hyderabad has emerged as a significant business destination and Trident, Hyderabad has been created with the discerning business traveller in mind.  This hotel is a testimony of our vision for the “Trident” brand and its standards of excellence.”

Mr. Sharad Puri, General Manager, Trident, Hyderabad added, “With the opening of Trident, Hyderabad we want to offer discerning business and leisure travellers an oasis of tranquillity with service which is warm, caring and personalised”.

The hotel comprises 323 well appointed guest rooms and suites, which are the largest in Hyderabad.  The hotel offers extensive conference and banquet facilities.

The dining options at Trident, Hyderabad include Amara, an all-day dining restaurant offering the best of world cuisine.  Kanak, the Indian restaurant, which serves the finest in Indian cuisine with a strong regional influence from Hyderabad.  Tuscany is the Italian restaurant and features a display kitchen with a wood fired pizza oven and a wine tasting room offering a selection of fine wines.  Ninety Six, the bar at the hotel serves a selection of spirits, wines and cocktails.

Leisure facilities include the Trident Spa, a Yoga Room and a fully equipped Fitness Centre.  The reflective swimming pool with an infinity edge is a unique feature of the hotel.

With its ideal location supported by warm, caring and personalised service, Trident, Hyderabad is set to become the most preferred hotel for business and leisure travellers.

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