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Maurya recced, Trumps likely to stay in grand presidential suite

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 12 February 2020
An advance team of US officials has visited ITC Maurya to reconnoitre the luxury hotel as President Donald Trump could be staying there during his visit to Delhi later this month. Maurya's 4,800 sq ft Grand Presidential Suite is learnt to have been recently given a luxurious facelift in anticipation of the US President and First Lady Melania Trump's stay.
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