Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) has further expanded its portfolio with the opening of Ginger Gangtok, Bojoghari, in the Indian state of Sikkim.

This new addition brings IHCL’s total number of hotels in the state to three, spread across the Vivanta, Taj and Ginger brands.

In September 2023, the company opened Taj Guras Kutir Resort & Spa in Gangtok.

Additionally, IHCL signed a hotel in Jorhat, Assam, under the Ginger brand in August this year.

IHCL executive vice-president of new businesses, hotel openings and corporate communications, Deepika Rao, said: “We are delighted to open the doors of Ginger Gangtok. This hotel marks the debut of the Ginger brand in the city, the state’s capital and most important commercial hub.

“With this opening, IHCL is expanding in Sikkim and will now have three of its brands present in the state.”

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Ginger Gangtok, Bojoghari follows a ‘lean luxe’ design philosophy, catering to both business and leisure travellers.

Situated on the Indra Bypass in Gangtok, a known hill station, the property features 89 rooms offering valley views.

Guests at the hotel can dine at the all-day dining restaurant called Qmin, which serves global as well as local dishes and enjoy beverages at the bar.

Other amenities provided at the property include a fitness facility and a flexible meeting room.

The hotel’s location provides guests access to nearby tourist attractions as well as views of Mount Kanchenjunga.

Currently, IHCL manages 276 hotels worldwide, with an additional 83 under development spread across four continents, spanning 11 countries and over 100 different locations.