Mumbai Terror Hotel Reopens 18 Months After Tragedy

April 24, 2010

Mumbai (ChattahBox) – The Oberoi hotel, site of one of the most infamous terror attacks of the modern day, is reopening for the first time since the 2008.

The hotel was a central focus of the ten-part shooting and bombing that occurred across the city by ten Lashkar-e-Taiba militants.

Almost 170 people were killed in the Mumbai attacks, 30 of which were staff and guests at the luxury hotel, and the majority of the rooms were ripped apart as the gunmen stormed the building.

The hotel has now been completely rebuilt and refurbished, with marble floors, gold tiles, and an atmosphere as bright as the original.

The cost for reopening was $35 million.



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