HOTELSCAPES

 

Wait and Watch as the high drama unfolds, says Arun Saraf

The Saraf family started their hotel business with Yak n Yeti in Kathmandu, later developed Hyatt in the same city; co-promoted the Hyatt Regency in New Delhi with Sushil Gupta and Shiv Jatia; now run 12 ...
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Hotels should be allowed to sell liquor by Home delivery!

It would be a national waste, if we let stocks reach their expiry, and then let them get washed into kitchen sinks. It is a worthy suggestion to allow hotels and restaurants to deliver liquor home ...
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Expect Recovery Tail to be Shorter, working towards more Smart and Lean operations: Neeraj Govil

In Times Like These, the winner is who reads the writing on the wall quicker and clearer. Conserve cash, cut on non-essentials, plan newer revenue streams and ensure comfort and confidence of your customers. TourismFirst in ...
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Aerocity Hotels get their task cut, may take another 2 years to reach 2019 levels.

We take a look at Aerocity as a hotel zone, revisit some of the large format hotels that had begun successful forays into weddings, banquets and conferences. Small would appear beautiful, again, as the industry gears ...
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Indian Hospitality will re-imagine itself, learn to bounce back! Industry has to first survive, and only then revive.

Among the many voices speaking for hospitality industry, there is one significant representation made by FHRAI, the large representative body of small, medium and big hotels and restaurants across the country. In this interview, TourismFirst speaks ...
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Uptick in hospitality business will also depend upon demand, says Radisson CEO Zubin Saxena

To say that these are testing times for the hospitality industry, may sound a trifle repetitive. But the truth be told, the industry is waging an unprecedented battle against COVID-19 – a crisis that threatens the ...
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India Hospitality Industry Overview 2019: HVS Report

HVS has released its annual review for the hospitality industry for the year 2019. Much of it, unfortunately, relates to a period before the COVID-19 set in, bringing its wrath upon the hospitality industry. It still ...
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19 Wedding Related Events average per single day for Marriott

Weddings are big business for India’s hospitality industry. Wedding tourism is the single biggest growth segment in recent years. Organisations like Marriott have created a special vertical, Shaadi By Marriott, to tap this growing segment. We ...
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Skilling for 21st Century Tourism & Hospitality

Imagine experiencing Taj Mahal without a guide, said Manish Kumar, CEO, National Skill Development Corporation, in an interview with Tourism First. However automated and tech-centric the world may become, human capital will remain an invaluable asset ...
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Given India’s Potential, Much More Investment Should have Come Already

Presenting a uniquely insightful perspective of the industry scenario from an international standpoint, as a hotelier with serious interest in India, its constituent regions and beyond, Binod Chaudhary is a leading collaborator with Taj Hotels, with ...
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