Hotel Leelaventure goes all out to cut Rs 5000 cr debt, sells Goa skill for Rs 725 cr

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Hospitality sequence Hotel Leelaventure has entered into a agreement with Malaysia-based MetTube to sell Goa skill for a care of Rs 725 crore as partial of a debt restructuring process.

The skill will be acquired by Ceres Hotels, a unconditionally owned Indian auxiliary of MetTube. However, Leelaventure will continue to work a hotel underneath Leela brand.

“Leelaventure house in a assembly currently motionless a sale of whole endeavour of a association regarding to a hotel in Goa, The Leela Goa, on unemployment sale basement for a care of Rs 725 crore”, it pronounced in a matter on Saturday.

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The hotel would be eliminated by business send agreement to Ceres Hotels.

“The disinvestment of a Goa hotel and maintaining a government of a hotel underneath a Leela code is in line with a plan to restructure a debt, follow an item light indication and conduct some-more hotels,” Hotel Leelaventure CMD Vivek Nair pronounced in a statement.

The association reportedly had a debt of around Rs 5,000 crore as of Mar this year. As per a terms of a Corporate Debt Restructuring (CDR) package, a association had to revoke a debts by sale of assets.

“This investment signifies a group’s certainty in building and flourishing businesses in India,” pronounced MetTube President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Raghav Mittal.

Before a sale of hotel in Goa, Hotel Leelaventure had a sum portfolio of 6 association owned and dual managed oppulance palaces and hotels in India.

MetTube is partial of a Lord Bagri promoted Metdist Group.