The Asansol-Durgapur division is considered the most boring region of West Bengal. The region has received tremendous recognition thanks to the recent developments in the coal and steel industry. Focusing specifically on Asansol, the city is the 11th largest city in India and is actually one of the 100 fastest growing cities in the world. The increase in the number of steel, coal and railway sectors in Asansol has given India's 39th largest urban agglomeration. Well-known industries include Asansol Chittaranjan Locomotor Works, Indian Railways, IISCO Steel Plant, Eastern Coalfields and Hindustan Cables.
Today, almost every large and small enterprise has been established in Asansol, and such a meteorically rising business is hospitality. Recently, corporate and government officials are increasingly traveling to the city due to growing industrial and professional requirements. Because of this, a number of elite class hotels in the industrial city have been established and the Asansol International Hotel is located in the Murgansol GT Road East and is the most important among corporate and VIP clients. Many other hotels are close to Parbati International, near Parbati Shopping Arcade, Ispat International on Burnpur Road, Sormistha Residency on Vivekananda Sarani and Ambassador Retreat on GT Road.
In addition, Asansol has become a renowned tourist destination because visitors to the Bardhaman district and nearby areas such as Mython and Shantiniketan have chosen Asansol as their center as they offer modern hotels and accommodation for all types of tourists. In order to meet the traveler's budget, there are all levels and stars of Asansol and some have to mention Chatterjee International in Rambandhutalaw, Citi Residenci on National Highway 2, Royal Hotel and Prakash International at Bastin Bazaar Baker Ali Lane, Sri Niketan and Mallik Para, Avantika Lodging Pvt. Services at GT Road and RL Palota in court Next.
Hotels in Asansol have a good deal almost all year round. Corporate and government officials make trips during the year, while tourists visit the place mainly during the holidays. The latest survey also shows that the steel and coal economy of the city is showing strategic growth, while other ancillary businesses, including retail, hospitality and restaurants, will continue to work in the coming days.
Source by Prakash Singh Chauhan