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Cygnett Inn Paras Dehradun

Cygnett Inn Paras DehradunContinuing its aggressive expansion mode, Cygnett Hotels & Resorts has announced the launch of Cygnett Inn Paras, Dehradun, a contemporary and budget hotel. Cygnett Inn Paras will cater to both business and leisure travellers looking for state-of-the-art international standard facilities and conveniences at budget prices.

Cygnett Inn Paras is strategically located and is near the ISBT Bus Stand and Railway Station and close to Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport.

“Cygnett Inn Paras is a state-of-the-art modern hotel that has been built with only one thing in mind – guest convenience. We want to give our guests the best of stay and dining experience at a price that appeals to their budget,” said Sarbendra Sarkar, Founder and Managing Director, Cygnett Hotels & Resorts.

The 39-rooms hotel features three categories of rooms – superior, club and suites, two restaurants offering world cuisine, and three state-of-the-art banquets and conference rooms. All hotel rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity, a minibar, tea / Coffee maker and 43” LED TV with a set-top box. The largest banquet hall – Columbia I – can accommodate up to 175 people in theater-style 225 people in an informal setting. Both its banquet halls are equipped with the latest communication facilities, Synchronized Advanced Projector, a modern PA system and video conferencing facilities.

The hotel’s all-day dining facility Cygnett Pavilion will cater to discerning food lovers with an eclectic global fare (both a-la-carte and buffet). The hotel’s lounge bar – Metro Lounge – is stocked with a wide range of rare and premium liquors and beverages besides offering a sumptuous buffet spread in an eclectic ambience. The hotel’s banquets are ideal for hosting business conferences as well social events like weddings and parties.
The hotel also provides city tours to its guests on request.

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