The Lemon Tree Premier Lucknow Project in India Signs Agreement

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The Lemon Tree Premier Lucknow Project has officially signed a license agreement for its 82-room property. In a nutshell, the project strives to cater to the evolving needs of travellers as well as other guests in the city.

A wholly-owned subsidiary and the management arm of Lemon Tree Hotels Limited, Carnation Hotels will manage the property. 

By August 2026, the Lemon Tree Premier Lucknow Project aims to be fully operational. The development will include two restaurants and a bar. Moreover, it will feature amenities such as a fitness centre, a swimming pool as well as other public areas. Additionally, the property development will also include meeting rooms. 

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The Lemon Tree Premier Lucknow in India offers both leisure and business travellers a unique experience

Structurally, the hotel’s area of the lower and upper basement is 1090 square meters with 3 typical guest floors. Meanwhile, the ground-floor and first-floor area is 630 square meters, which includes the kitchen. In regards to the rooms, the development’s king and double units size average about 23.7 square meters.

Moreover, its location is in Gomti Nagar, one of the city’s largest and upcoming areas. The hotel stands kilometres away from the Lucknow airport. Moreover, it stands at a distance of 11 kilometres from the railway station and 8 kilometres from the heart of the city, Hazratganj.

As a result, Lemon Tree Premier Lucknow further offers guests hassle-free connectivity from all major cities in India. Furthermore, it is in close proximity to an array of significant Government offices. These include BSNL, RBI, Custom Division, and Lucknow Metro. 

While commenting on the project, the President of Lemon Tree Hotels Limited welcomed Mitaulhadh Kedar Private Limited on board with delight. Vikramjit Singh further noted that the project aims to cater to both leisure and business travellers.