Lebua to Open Four Luxury Hotels in India

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India is set to receive another dose of luxury, this time from Thailand. We hear that Thailand-based luxury hotel operator Lebua Hotels and Resorts is prepping to expand in India, so says livemint.com. 

According to the article, the company has plans to open four luxury properties in India's major cities over the next two years. There are already three properties in Rajasthan. The four new hotels will open in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Goa and will bring Lebua's room count up to 1,500. 

Good to know: Lebua has hotels in Thailand, New Zealand and India. In the next three months the company will launch Lebua Air, which will service all properties in the three countries. 

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