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Hotels Archives

The hotel PM Modi and Arora stayed at comes to India
Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts, a German luxury hotel chain may be a relatively unknown brand in India but PM Modi staying at Hotel Frankfurter Hof, a Steigenberger property, during his visit to Germany, does give bragging rights to the MBD group currently working with Carlson Rezidor group only, after tying up with the chain and with a hotel coming up in Bangalore, writes Subhash Arora who has stayed at their property in Deidesheim for 9 consecutive years and is scheduled to visit for the 10th time next month to judge at Mundusvini and feels that the hotel chain could be a perfect fit between the two
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Bad Ragaz: Grand Swiss Spa Resort for Wine and Health
Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, a super luxury Wellbeing & Medical Health Resort in the hot springs town of Bad Ragaz is a dream destination for the affluent who care to stay healthy and like a relaxed sojourn or like to celebrate special occasions or even crave for cosmetic and other medical treatments in privacy, writes Subhash Arora who spent a couple of days in the lap of luxury at the Resort and found it an excellent Resort with the natural spring water immensely curative and ample opportunity to taste a wide range of wines and visit local wineries
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Incredible December Wine Month at Hotel Trident
After Hotel Oberoi Gurgaon taking the lead with salivating offers for wine lovers, its cousin neighbour Hotel Trident has organised a bigger and better deal which is unprecedented in recent years, with over 50 wines being sold by-the-glass for Rs. 275+taxes only, giving a never-before opportunity for wine novices and professionals to jump in and enjoy a variety of wines, writes Subhash Arora who lists his Top Twelve favourites for the month
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Leela Looking to Lighten Burden by Selling of Stake
With the galloping interest costs and a sluggish hotel industry, the debt-laden Leela group has decided to sell 24% of their stake after selling of the Goa property at US $111 million (Rs. 7.5 billion) to Malaysia-based conglomerate Met Tube Sdn Bhd recently by entering into a so-called business transfer agreement to sell
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Leela Palace Delhi Voted in World’s Top 100 Hotels
The Leela Palace New Delhi may have taken a staggering amount to build, it may be the most expensive hotel to stay in the NCR region and may have unduly high wine prices, but they may be justified as it is the only hotel in Delhi that finds a place amongst the World’s Top 100 Hotels List 2015 by Robb Report USA, a known authority for luxury brands across the world, following the “Best Of The Best” Hotels in the world recognition in 2012, barely a year after it was opened, according to a Report in the Hindu
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Likely Sops for Hoteliers by Tourism Minister
Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Union Minister of State for Tourism, Culture and Civil Aviation said that the government was aware of the problems being faced by the hotel and tourism industry and would consider offering them tax breaks to encourage investment in this area as it was a part and parcel of tourism which will be used to counter terrorism in the country. He was the Chief Guest at the Launch of the first edition of BW Hotelier magazine at the Hotel Leela Palace, Delhi yesterday
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IHG to target Indian Travelers to expand hotels in India
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) plans an unstoppable expansion in India with 85% of the 150 hotels planned during the next decade or so being in the medium price segment, targeting the Indian tourists who are expected to travel more and more with every city approachable by airlines being the target for a Holiday Inn or Holiday Inn Express, according to the COO of this region, Mr. Pascal Gauvin
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Hotels Betting Big on Indian Story
According to a recent report by global database and research service for hotel construction projects,, India’s hospitality sector is likely to see investment in excess of $200 billion over the next three years around 300 branded hotels
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Spate of New Luxury Hotels healthy for Wine
Wine is healthy for health but it would be healthy for the wine market if the current trend of Luxury hotels all over the world being bullish about the Indian market resulting in a spate of them entering India in the short to medium term, continues. This expansion will
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