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Lalit Suri was the king of the hotel industry who sadly remained unacknowledged. Lalit Suri was born on the 15th day of April 1947 in Rawalpindi, a city located in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The Bharat l hotel network was chaired by Lalit Suri.
Mr. Suri is currently the first hotelier in history to have a hotel with over 1600 rooms. There are seven hotels in the Bharat Group, including the Flagship Intercontinental and Grand hotels in Goa, Srinagar, Khajuraho, Mumbai, and Bangalore, as well as one in Delhi.
Mr. Lalit Suri was also the owner of the Delhi-based Midday newspaper. Mr. Suri attended St. Columbus and Sri Ram Academic of Commerce in New Delhi for his schooling and college education. Mr. Suri competed in state-level swimming and athletics competitions for both his school and a college.
As a professional automobile engineer, he constructed vehicle bodywork over his career. In 1988, he opened his first hotel in Delhi, which proved to be a watershed moment in his life, and he never looked back.
For several years, the Bharat Group of Hotels has invested about 500 crores in buildings in Goa and Mumbai. They’ve also leased the Ashok Hotel in Bangalore for thirty years, with a total investment of 42 crores for the lease and another 40 crores for renovations.
Lalit Suri wanted to grow his company. He has chosen cities such as Ahmedabad, Amritsar, and Jaipur, and has negotiated a deal, while the search for Hyderabad’s ideal location in Chennai continues.
The hotel will be constructed in three locations: Ahmadabad, Jaipur, and Amritsar. An additional 400 to 600 rooms will be added; after that, it will be done in Hyderabad and Chennai, where the number of 5-star luxury rooms will be increased by 500.
Mr. Suri was an avid traveler and a lover of art in addition to being a successful businessman. He was a Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament. He passed away on October 11, 2006, as a result of cardiac arrest.