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The News Archive for Rattan Chadha

Rattan’s News Archive

The News Archive for Rattan Chadha

Rattan Chadha

Founder and Executive Chairman

Voorschoten, NL
14 Sep 2021 | Business Traveller

Citizen M opens fourth hotel in Paris

Founder and Executive Chairman of citizenM, Rattan Chadha is featured in an article by Business Traveller regarding the opening of citizenM's fourth hotel in Paris.

8 Sep 2019

citizenM New York Bowery

Rattan Chadha, the founder of citizenM said: “When we were looking for our next New York location, it became clear very quickly that Bowery is an exceptional destination. We don’t want to be just another building; we want to become part of the neighborhood’s fabric while showing New York’s visitors a different side of the city.”

18 Aug 2019

Smaller is Smarter: The Rise of Micro Hotels

Amsterdam-helmed citizenM brought one of the first micro hotel experiences in New York long before it was a trend. It was perfect; jetsetters find a quick home in the already-cramped New York without spending too much on many of its lavish Manhattan hotels. Founded by Michael Levie and Rattan Chadha, the citizenM opened its first hotel near the Schiphol Airport in 2008...

21 May 2019

Insider tip: 8 Art collections by fashion players

The KRC Collection is an art foundation housed in Voorschoten, Holland and belongs to entrepreneur Rattan Chadha. In addition to established artists such as Gilbert & George, Paul McCarthy and Marlene Dumas the KRC Collection also presents promising young talents such as Folkert de Jong and Roger Hiorns.

27 Mar 2019 | Wall Street Journal

Microhotel Operator Gets a Cash Boost

citizenM “is well received by customers who are increasingly placing value in experience and authenticity,” said Lee Kok Sun, Chief Investment Officer of GIC Real Estate. Rattan Chadha’s hotels offer self-check-in, lobbies furnished with modern art, and tables fitted with power outlets for its guests to plug in their laptops.

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