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Bird Group rebrands Dusit hotels and launches own brand

Delhi-based Bird Group is ending its joint venture management contract with Thai group Dusit Thani and plans to rebrand all its properties as Roseate Hotels and Resorts that it will manage on its own.

The group runs two hotels in the UK and two in India. The Roseate Hotels and Resorts have been carefully curated envisaging the best in design, art, hospitality, and personalization centered around guest experience. Bird Hospitality today announced the launch of Roseate Hotels & Resorts, a global collection of unique and independent stay experiences.

Roseate Hotels & Resorts includes a portfolio of new and existing ultrachic luxury hotels that are and will be carefully curated envisaging the best in design, art, hospitality, and personalized service centered around guest experience. With the opening of The Roseate House New Delhi, the Group owns and operates four uber luxury properties in India and the UK, each having individual brand identities under Roseate Hotels and Resorts. Following the ‘Make in India’ campaign, Roseate Hotels & Resorts will be the next ‘Indian’ luxury brand in hospitality after a gap of nearly 30 years.

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