Delhi's nightlife to get more electrifying with launch of 'Lithiyum'

| Updated: Jul 10, 2017 23:09 IST

New Delhi [India], July 10 (ANI): Delhi is all set to welcome its first international club, lounge and fine dine property right in the heart of city, Lithiyum at Hotel Ashoka on July 14. With the most professional sound system, Lithiyum is all set to make you feel the pulsating beats and let your body groove to them. Divided into three sections, the property has a club, fine dine and open hangout cafe/lounge. Lithiyum is a never before luxurious amalgamation of a superior fine dine, gastropub nightclub and a cocktaileria. "We wish to give the city a place where they can party and hangout in a complete international ambience with electrifying music and delectable food, that's how Lithiyum came in our mind. With all the world class music system, lights, ambience, fusion food it will definitely be the next big thing in the Delhi Hospitality culture," said MD Lithiyum, Saurabh Katyal. Lithiyum's club envelops you with the best mixes, the perfect pitch, the right timbre and the most balanced intensity of sounds. For times when one just wants to do nothing and just hang out, you could do just that in, well our hang-out lounge. Imagine, waking up and plunging straight into our special watery brunch as the clock strikes noon. Indoor waterfalls put you in splendid mood to relax and rejuvenate. Our hangout room and our fine dining areas are an extension of this splendid relaxation. Then on the other hand, if you are someone driven by a compulsive desire for luxurious dining, fine dining is too staid for your adrenalin levels. Relish the never before presented high end service with top-class butlers along with multi-cuisine food delicacies. "What are your options when you think of going out to have a good time. What if we told you we have it all, all what it takes to charge you up, just like lithium, we are Lithiyum with a you. The place ends up your search for a perfect celebration," said director marketing Lithiyum, Ashutosh Sharma. (ANI)

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