Here’s how Royal Orchid & Regenta Hotels are doing their bit to alleviate community distress amid COVID19 crisis

The Regenta Resort in Pushkar (Rajasthan) has adopted a village named Bhagwanpura which is home to 300 people. The resort is regularly supplying meals and groceries to the locals

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Royal Orchid & Regenta Hotels, through their 60+ hotels across India, have undertaken a noble initiative to provide food and comfort to the needy amidst the lockdown.  The group has been distributing food packets to the migrants and underprivileged through their hotels in Bangalore, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Navi Mumbai, Goa, Mysore, and Rajasthan.

As a part of the initiative, the Regenta Resort in Pushkar (Rajasthan) has adopted a village named Bhagwanpura which is home to 300 people. The resort is regularly supplying meals and groceries to the locals.  Likewise, in Gujarat, the hotel has distributed food packets to 200 people in Bharuch, 600 in Rajkot and 900 people in Vadodara respectively. 


Royal Orchid CFO, Amit Jaiswal handing food packets to local authorities in Bangalore.

Besides, food packets were provided to more than 2500 migrant workers during last week’s mass migration through their hotels located in Jaipur and Madhya Pradesh’s Pench National Park. In Bangalore, the hotel has continued with its ongoing initiatives through its flagship property - Hotel Royal Orchid and Regenta Place.

Commenting on the initiative, Chander Baljee, Chairman & Managing Director, Royal Orchid & Regenta Hotels said "These are difficult times, the pandemic has brought with it fear and uncertainty. The ones at the bottom of the pyramid are most affected and it is our duty to support those in need. I have urged teams at all our 60+ hotels in India to take up initiatives at a local level. Hotel units have been distributing food packets while maintaining social distancing so as to ensure the safety of its staff and that of the community. We have provided food packets to the local community with help from corporators. These are humble efforts and we commit to doing as much as we can in the coming days too."

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