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|Kohinoor Asiana Hotel|
Kohinoor Asiana Hotel
|Address||1/238 IT Expressway, Semmencherry|
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600 119
|Owner||Kohinoor Asiana Hotel|
|Number of rooms||179|
The hotel was built by Asiana Hotels Pvt Ltd at an investment of ₹ 1,000 million and was opened in October 2007 with 114 rooms. More rooms were added in 2012, increasing the total count to 178.
The hotel is built on a 2.25-acre land. The hotel has five food and beverage venues, including an all-day multi-cuisine restaurant named Caramel, a specialty Thai restaurant named Silk, a specialty grill restaurant named Wild Fire, a longue bar named i-Longue, and a 24-hr café named Bytes. The hotel also has a Thai spa and fitness centre and a Chettinad-style 14 m outdoor pool with an area of 1,800 sq ft and. It also has a 27,000 sq ft of meeting and banquet space with a total capacity of 2,500 persons, including a grand ball room of 5,250 sq ft.
In September 2008, Asiana Hotel won the overall ‘Best Hotel’ trophy at the Culinary Challenge and Exhibition 2008 held in Chennai by the Indian Federation of Culinary Association (IFCA).
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