DIMAPUR, Sept 26: The Nagaland tourism department and the Hotel Polo Towers Group have
signed an agreement to build two 5-star hotels in Nagaland for development of the tourism sector in
This agreement encompasses the development of a 5-star hotel with a mall in Dimapur and another
5-star hotel in Kohima with a total investment of Rs 150 crore.
To be operated under a public-private partnership (PPP) model, these projects will follow the design,
build, maintain, operate, manage and transfer approach and have over 200 extravagant rooms.
The Dimapur establishment is poised to offer top-notch accommodations, multiple dining options,
entertainment centers, and retail outlets, positioning itself as a comprehensive lifestyle destination.
The Kohima project will prioritise delivering an unparalleled luxury hotel experience catering to both
business and leisure travelers.
These monumental ventures, expected to redefine Nagaland’s tourism and economic landscape, are
likely to be completed in three-four years.
Deval Tibrewalla, CEO and director, Hotel Polo Towers Group, expressed his happiness to collaborate
with the Nagaland tourism department for the two projects. He said these initiatives will not only
invigorate the hospitality sector but also will contribute to job creation and local economic growth.
“This aligns with our vision of establishing a hotel in every major city of the Northeast,” Tibrewalla
Tourism department director Keduosie-ϋ M Rio said this agreement marks a significant milestone in
advancing Nagaland’s tourism sector.
“We are thrilled to partner closely with the Hotel Polo Towers Group, known for its extensive
experience in hospitality in the northeast. We eagerly anticipate providing all the necessary support
to bring these ambitious projects to fruition,” he added.
As the largest hospitality group in the northeast, Hotel Polo Towers Group has a robust presence in
the region, known for creating and nurturing destinations. The group is known for setting high
standards in hospitality, delivering exceptional service, and enhancing guest experiences.
Currently, it operates nine hotels with an additional five hotels in development.