10,000 luxury hotel rooms from AP tourism
Andhra Pradesh tourism department is on a plan to construct new hotel rooms under the luxury category as there’s a constant demand from the foreign tourists. The state government estimates an amount of Rs 3,500 crores from investors to build over 10,000 new luxury rooms.
The state currently ranked 3rd in terms of tourism potentials to the country, has already 8,500 hotel rooms, as per official reports. “The new project would come under the public-private partnership with a moderate policy that would attract investors,” said Bhuma Akhila Priya, Tourism Minister of Andhra Pradesh.
Analysts confirm that there was a growth of over 71 per cent in foreign tourist arrival during the previous year, with Tirupati ranks the list with 4.23 crore visitors followed by Anantapur with 2.09 lakh foreign visitors.
The state also has a prominence in its Buddhist circuit with cultural celebrations at Amaravati on 2nd February, with over 1000 saints to attend the event from different parts of the globe. Tourism minister of the state is confident with their goals, as the Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu gives full support to the team.