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Days Inn Deccan in Chennai

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CHENNAI: A vegetarian business class hotel, Days Inn Deccan, is scheduled to open 48 of its 102 rooms by the end of August. The Rs 30-crore project is promoted by the Deccan Agency Group, which has interests in real estate, lotteries and convention centres.

All the rooms will be commissioned within six months, a press release said. The hotel has two restaurants, two conference rooms, a bar, two banquet halls and a health club.

Auromatric Hotels Pvt Ltd, the company that operates and manages Day's Inn India under licence from Days Inn Worldwide Inc (USA), will assist in operations of the hotel.

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