G20 preparations include booking 400 rooms in ITC Maurya for President Biden and Taj Hotel for China’s Xi Jinping.

In the second week of September, India is gearing up to host the G20 Summit, with US President Joe Biden and several other world leaders set to attend. The main event is scheduled for September 9-10 in the national capital and is expected to draw participation from 29 heads of states, high-ranking officials of the European Union, invited guest countries, and 14 heads of international organizations. To accommodate the attendees, various hotels in the Delhi-NCR region have been designated.Among the notable hotels securing rooms for this event are ITC Maurya, Taj Palace, The Oberoi, The Lodhi, The Imperial, and Le Meridien.

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Specifically, ITC Maurya will provide lodging for President Biden and his entourage, encompassing a total of 400 rooms. This esteemed establishment has previously hosted other US Presidents such as George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama, along with numerous other heads of state. Preparations at the hotel are undergoing scrutiny by the US Secret Service in anticipation of the President’s arrival.On the other hand, Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to stay at the Taj Hotel in Delhi, while the Shangri-La Hotel is making arrangements to accommodate UK’s Rishi Sunak and German officials.

French President Emmanuel Macron and his accompanying officials are set to be hosted at Claridges, and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will find his lodgings at the Imperial Hotel in Delhi.In light of the summit, Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has approved a proposal for the temporary closure of offices and commercial establishments in the Union Territory. As per reports, all private and government offices in Delhi will remain closed from September 8 to 10, and banks as well as commercial establishments, including markets, within the New Delhi district will observe a shutdown during these three days. Schools and colleges are also slated to remain closed during this period.In a bid to ensure the summit’s overall success, Special Police Commissioner Madhup Tiwari has requested the authorities to consider declaring a public holiday in Delhi from September 8 to 10, while also mandating the closure of commercial and business establishments in the designated “controlled zone.” This plea was conveyed through a letter to the chief secretary on August 18.

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