- A total of 400 rooms were booked in Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar hotels
Guests from home and abroad are coming to Gandhinagar to participate in Vibrant Summit 2022. For their stay, the state government has booked 400 rooms in 3 hotels, including Lila in Gandhinagar and 3M in Ahmedabad, out of a total of 6 rooms, with daily rental premium rooms up to Rs 1.5 lakh booked, with 50 per cent advance payment of millions of rupees.
The government has announced to hold Vibrant Summit, 2022 from January 10 to 13 in Gandhinagar, which will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 10. Apart from this, 400 dignitaries including businessmen from home and abroad, big businessmen, owners of multinational companies are expected to participate. For the stay of these dignitaries, 280 rooms have been booked in Leela Hotel, Gandhinagar as well as 2 other hotels in Gandhinagar and a total of 400 rooms in 3 hotels including Hyatt and Hyatt Regency in Ahmedabad. The rent of a room booked for these Vibrant guests ranges from Rs 10,000 to Rs 1.50 lakh, including a premium room of Rs 1.50 lakh.
Expensive cars are also rented for the guests. The
state government has rented cars for the guests of Vibrant so that they do not have any problem in getting to and from the hotel. The rented vehicles include Innova and more expensive vehicles.
Different Committees for Different Work The
government has set up committees for all the work, including hotel committee, transport committee, food committee, so that the guests do not have to worry about staying in the hotel, transportation, eating or hanging out. A secretary level officer has been appointed as the chairman of each committee.
Rent 25 thousand as per government norms
Vibrant dignitaries are coming for the government program as hotels have rented rooms as per government norms. It is learned that only Rs.
Hotel rents reduced by up to 20% All room rates have been claimed by hotel owners to be reduced by up to 20%. Although these 20 per cent were deducted from the original rent of hotel rooms, it has not yet been clarified from the government norms.
280 rooms were booked at The Leela Hotel in Gandhinagar