Royal Swiss Lahore to debut in Pakistan

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Swiss International and Unicorn Prestige are both proud to announce that they have signed a franchise agreement for the luxury hotel, Royal Swiss Lahore. The hotel is nearing its construction completion and is scheduled to open its doors in March of 2019.

Royal Swiss Lahore is strategically located at just 500 meters from the Allam Iqbal International Airport in Lahore, Pakistan. Along with its 350 rooms and suites, the hotel will be complemented with the Swiss International’s signature concepts; the Swiss Restaurant & Lounge, the Noodles & Rice, the TED & Co – Bar & Lounge, the Moods – Cigar Lounge, the Swiss Select Lounge, the Swiss Café Leafs & Beans, 7 Eventives Meeting venues, the Inspirations Pool & Gym and a World-Class Spa. As a Royal Swiss, the property will express a sophisticated luxury for travellers seeking state-of-the-art facilities and services in a refined and elegant environment.

Unique to the destination, the Eventives Meetings & Events venues at the Royal Swiss Lahore will host from 500 people and up to 2,000 people in its modular soundproofed hall. These venues are ideal for small to large meetings, conferences, weddings, exhibitions, amongst other events.

The Royal Swiss Lahore will open its doors during the time that the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is earmarking the expansion and modernisation of Pakistan’s second largest airport, Allama Iqbal International Airport (AIIAP), to meet the growing passenger needs during the course of the next 20 years.

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Scheduled to commence at the end of 2017, the expansion and reconstruction will make Allama Iqbal Airport the largest airport in the country. The expansion is expected to increase the annual passenger handling capacity of the airport from 4.5 million to more than 25 million passengers. It will also enable the airport to operate more international flights.

Lahore is the capital city of the Pakistani province of Punjabi and the country’s most populous city after Karachi. With a GDP $127 billion recorded in 2017, and also popularly known as the ‘City of Gardens’ because of its many parks and gardens, Lahore is one of Pakistan’s wealthiest cities.

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