India’s First Seven-Star ‘Vegetarian Only’ Hotel To Come Up In Ayodhya

New Delhi: The opening of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya has triggered a series of development works in the city, including hotels and housing projects to make it a prominent hub.


The city is set to get the country’s first seven-star luxury hotel that will serve only vegetarian food.

A Mumbai-based real estate firm will also set up a five-star hotel in Ayodhya. Besides, a housing project will be launched too from January 22, the day of the consecration ceremony.

A new airport with flights linking Mumbai, Delhi and other major cities, and a refurbished railway station are already functional in the city. A chopper service from Lucknow will also begin on Friday.

Superstar Amitabh Bachchan has reportedly bought a land in a luxury exclave ‘The Sarayu’, about 15 minutes from the temple, NDTV reported, adding that several five-star hotels will come up on the banks of Sarayu river. As many as 110 small and big hoteliers are buying land in Ayodhya to set up their facilities in the city. A solar park is also being built here.

Though the Mumbai-based developer The House of Abhinandan Lodha (HoABL) has not disclosed the size and the value of the plot, reports cited industry sources as saying the 10,000 sqft land could cost Rs 14.5 crore, the report added.

Ayodhya is also being developed as a Smart City, Bimlendra Mohan Pratap Mishra, an erstwhile royal and a member of the temple trust, had earlier told NDTV.

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