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Delhi‑NCR Gets its First Hilton‑Branded Hotel

Slated to open in 2026, Hilton Sohna Resort & Spa will be suited for leisure, bleisure and MICE travellers

DELHI, India – Hilton (NYSE: HLT) today announced the signing of Hilton Sohna Resort & Spa, marking the debut of its flagship brand in the Delhi-NCR region. This marks Hilton’s second hotel and management agreement with the Dangayach Group, following the recent landmark signing of the country’s first Waldorf Astoria in Jaipur.

"We are excited to bring Hilton's flagship brand to Delhi-NCR and celebrate our deepening partnership with Dangayach Group,” said Navjit Ahluwalia, senior vice president and country head, India, Hilton. “As Hilton strategically expands across India, we look forward to welcoming even more guests with our signature hospitality, and delivering best-in-class performance and returns to our owners.”

"We are pleased to expand our partnership with renowned hospitality company Hilton, and leverage its strong global reputation and brand equity,” said Atul Dangayach, managing director, Dangayach Group. "With its proximity to business centres, good connectivity and planned infrastructure upgrades, Sohna is fast evolving as a popular MICE and leisure destination, and we take great pride in partnering with Hilton to set the benchmark for hospitality in this emerging destination.”

Spread across 9.3 acres, the expansive 165-key resort will feature 105 Palace Rooms and 60 Villas, and offer captivating vistas of Aravalli Hills. With 7,500 square metres of indoor and outdoor space dedicated to meetings and social events, the resort is ideal for weekend getaways, destination weddings and corporate events. It will also feature multiple dining outlets, a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a designated spa zone. Located in close proximity to the recently-opened Delhi Mumbai Expressway, Hilton Sohna Resort & Spa will offer easy access for travellers from both Delhi and Gurgaon.

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