Bhubaneswar the capital city of Orissa is a very ancient city and well known as the “Temple City”. Bhubaneswar forms one of the vertices of the Golden Triangle the other two being Puri & Konark. Bhubaneswar has got both commercial and tourist importance.
Bhubaneswar houses many big corporate houses like NALCO, VEDANT ALUMINA, POSCO,IMFA and many more.
VITS Hotel, Bhubaneswar is strategically located on the Cuttack- Puri main road at Laxmisagar Square which is only 1 k.m from Bhubaneswar Railway station, 3.5 k.m from the Airport and just 2 k.m away from the N.H-5 towards Cuttack which is a very important commercial city of Orissa.
VITS Bhubaneswar has the location advantage as it is very close to the main market and commercial centre such as Master canteen, Sahid nagar and the main business centre for all kinds of vehicle spares and heavy equipment dealers and all hardware and construction material business houses have there offices and establishments on very close proximity to the hotel on the same road.
VITS Bhubaneswar is on the main road towards Puri & konark and the other Tourist destination. Beside the commercial advantages many housing schemes and apartments have come up in the location which gives an opportunity for the F&B & Banqueting to excel.
Total Of 69, Lobby + 5 Floors, 2 Banquet Halls At The Basement Level.
It’s A 22 Cover Ac Resturant And 20 Covers Outdoor Sitting. Serves All Type Of Veg Food Snacks Along With Options Of Thali And Ala Carte Lunch/ Dinner.
Well-designed and spacious Banqueting facilities to meet every expectation. VITS Bhubaneswar has two banqueting venues with all modern amenities and facilities. In-house state of art business center for the business traveler.
Famous for its' scenic natural beauty, ancient architecture and the multitude of temples, Bhubaneswar is popularly known as the ‘Temple City of India’. As Orissa is a state of rich ancient culture, sigh seeing mainly involves visiting the Old Town, certain notable temples like Lingaraj, Mukhteshwara and Rajarani Temple, the State Museum, Nandankanan Zoo and the Museum of Tribal Art and Artefacts.