There is a fine line between culinary enthusiasts and culinary nerds.
A Russian hacking group "APT28" is targeting the hospitality sector globally and the Indian hotels and resorts must have strong Wi-Fi security in place to safeguard travellers' data from being stolen, a cyber-security company said on Friday.
As the clock struck 12 on the night of August 14, the dinner menu at an iconic hotel in what was then Bombay doffed its cap to a newly independent nation.
Occupancies in hotels that charge Rs 7,500 or more a night have dropped in the first month after the country rolled out goods and services tax, according to online travel sites.
Hospitality chain EIH Ltd, which runs hotels and resorts under the Oberoi and the Trident brands, is looking to add more hotels both in India and overseas, the company has said.