Amaan Kidwai, Area Manager Luxury Hotels (North) and General Manager ITC Maurya New Delhi was seen on his left with Atul Bhalla, Vice-President Operations on his right.
ITC Maurya, known to be a favourite with celebs and heads of states has previously hosted U.S. Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump in this very iconic floor, celebrated to be one of the most luxurious suits in the country and also ideal for high-profile guests because of the steller security aspect.
President Macron, known for his amiable personality, exhibited a warm and friendly demeanor upon his arrival. Despite arriving late last night, he took a moment to personally greet and share smiles with the hotel staff, reported one of our sources who happned to be present in the hotel.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron embarked on a lively roadshow in Jaipur yesterday following their visit to Jantar Mantar. The leaders made a stop at the iconic Hawa Mahal, where they had kulhad chai together, before heading for a dinner at the Rambagh Palace.
During their interaction, Prime Minister Modi presented President Macron with a symbolic gift—a replica of the recently inaugurated Ram Mandir. The gesture underscores the cultural affinity and shared values between India and France.
The President who returned to Delhi last night had a fruit platter for breakfast in ITC Maurya.
We tried contacting ITC Maurya for details and are yet to hear from them.
The French President’s visit to India is expected to strengthen the diplomatic ties between France and India, with leaders from both nations participating in various official engagements during President Macron’s stay. Security measures have been heightened in the vicinity of the ITC Maurya and other locations hosting official events, ensuring a smooth and secure visit for the distinguished guest.
French President Emmanuel Macron, R-Day chief guest, arrives in Jaipur