NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul Wednesday opened a hotel named after his deceased son in the US which offers a new hospitality experience by embracing the visual arts, performance, fashion, literature and gastronomy.
The Angad Arts Hotel (AAH) in St Louis, Missouri is the first hotel in the world where guests will be able to book their luxury accommodations not only by room type, but also by emotion of colour, the hotel said in a statement.
The hotel is named after Paul's son Angad who died 3 years ago at the age of 45 years.
"His (Angad's) foresight was remarkable - this hotel is testimony to that," Paul said.
"The qualities of imagination and curiosity embodied by the late Angad Paul shine through every aspect of the design of this exciting new venture," said John Saville, British Consul General (US Midwest).
The AAH is a wholly new hospitality experience that embraces the visual arts, performance, fashion, literature and gastronomy.
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