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Budget Hotel Chain FabHotels Adds Over 100 Premium Hotels

It has added properties in cities like New Delhi, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Mumbai

Budget Hotel Chain FabHotels Adds Over 100 Premium Hotels
POSTED ON August 08, 2023 4:56 PM

FabHotels, a budget hotel chain, has added more than 100 premium hotels to its collection.

“Our prime properties have played an immense role in driving the premium B2B clientele to FabHotels. All properties are intricately designed, catering to the needs of our business clients. From conference rooms and gymnasium to well-trained staff, the amenities provided are top-notch, revolving around the needs of our customers. Our aim is to provide all our clients a comfortable yet modern ambience,” says Arun Biyani, regional supply head at FabHotels. 

Prowell Hotels has established FabHotel Prime Prowell Crown and FabHotel Prime Prowell Apex in Hyderabad. Monarch Group of Hotels has developed FabHotel Prime The Monarch Rabale, FabHotel Prime The Monarch Turbhe, and FabHotel Prime Sky Suites By Monarch in Mumbai. 

The company’s hotel portfolio is divided into four categories—FabHotel, FabHotel Prime, and FabEscape.

Founded in 2015 by Adarsh Manpuria and Vaibhav Aggarwal, FabHotels is a hotel booking platform that operates through franchising arrangements with budget hotels across India. Since its inception, it has been providing its services in over 80 cities and owns more than 1500 hotels.

In June 2019, it raised Rs 54 crore from Goldman Sachs, Qualcomm Ventures, and Accel Partners India.

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