Sunday, March 27, 2011
The Park Plaza Coimbatore features global cuisine around the clock at our on-site restaurant, 24x7 Bites. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets and an expansive a la carte menu in between. The Great Kabab Factory offers tranquil rooftop dining, Zero Degrees Lounge serves a variety of international liquors and specialty cocktails, and our hotel baker makes fresh breads and pastries daily at Honey Dew. Dine at the Park Plaza and see why we are one of best new hotels in Coimbatore.
- 24x7 BitesEnjoy global buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner and dine from an expansive a la carte menu in between.The Great Kabab Factory
- TGKF offers a rooftop dining experience with beautiful views of the city. The restaurant serves delicious kababs from around the world. Opening February 2011.
- Zero Degrees LoungeZero Degrees Lounge serves a variety of domestic and imported drinks along with specialty cocktails made by our flare bartenders. The bar sometimes features live DJs or bands.
- Honey DewSip tea and snack on freshly made breads, cakes, pastries and chocolates at our on-site bakery.
Friday, March 25, 2011
Spencer's Retail is focusing on big format stores that are a one-stop-shop for the food needs of a family, according to its general manager Jagannathan. He told The Hindu here on Thursday that Spencer's Retail was present in 13 cities in Tamil Nadu and it would expand in these cities.
It planned to have about 40,000 sq.ft in each of these cities. The company had started big format stores in Tiruchi and Coimbatore and would inaugurate one in Chennai. In Coimbatore, the store was spread across 10,000 sq.ft. at Indus Tower on Avinashi Road. It had a range of products in the food and grocery segments, fresh fruits, vegetables, diet food, and international gourmet products.
It had a bakery section too. Spencer's planned to add another 10,000 sq.ft of trading area in Coimbatore in another 12 months. Apart from the big format store, it had two more stores in the city.
Spencer's had 200 stores with one million sq.ft. of trading area in different parts of the country. Of these, 30 were big format stores. These were positioned as destination stores where a customer would find different varieties of food products.
Friday, March 18, 2011
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Lifestyle, the medium range department store for apparel, footwear, children’s wear and toys, household furniture and health and beauty offerings, opened its first store in Coimbatore’s, Brookefield Plaza. Spread over 50,000 sq. ft. the store offers apparel, footwear and accessories. Kabir Lumba, MD, Lifestyle International says they expect about 70 per cent growth in business this financial year from their India operations. That’s not all they expect the turnover to double in two years. Lumba says they will increase the Lifestyle stores to 40, Home Centres to 17 and Max to 100 in two year’s time.
Dubai-based Landmark Group will invest about Rs 300 crores in India during the next two years to increase the number of Lifestyle, Home Centre and Max stores. In few months, it will start a 25,000 sq. ft. Home Centre in Coimbatore. The Coimbatore Lifestyle store is the third in Tamil Nadu and the 26th in the country. The group also has 12 exclusive Home Centre and seven Splash stores across India. With the addition of Coimbatore Lifestyle store, the group has over 1.1 million sq. ft. of retail space in India.
Lifestyle entered in India in 1999 and in a little over a decade has come to be recognized amongst leading retail companies in the country. Positioned as a trendy, young, colorful and vibrant store, Lifestyle offers not just the ease of shopping but also provides for an enjoyable shopping experience. In keeping with the Group's tradition of making every shopping experience even more rewarding and memorable, The Inner Circle - Landmark Group's Loyalty program allows members to enjoy exclusive benefits and privileges such as reward points and exciting offers.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
A foot overbridge (Akash Setu) connecting the two campuses of Air Force Administrative College (AFAC) was inaugurated here recently.
Air Commodore Ajay Masson, Commandant, AFAC, opened the bridge for use. The bridge has come up to provide safe passage to the AFAC personnel and their families who otherwise had to cross the busy Kamaraj Road to gain access to either of the campuses. The road is a major link between Avanashi Road and Tiruchi Road.
It has a ground clearance of 18 feet and stands on pillars that have been erected on the AFAC premises.
It was constructed by Military Engineering Services of the IAF under a contract with Kumar Agencies.
The cost of the project was borne by the IAF.
This is the second foot overbridge in the city after the one connecting PSG College of Technology with PSG Institute of Management. The PSG bridge was constructed to avert accidents involving students of the institutions due to high vehicular traffic on Avanashi Road.