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JOBS| Taj Group


General Manager

Reservations Executive/ Assistant Manager Reservations - International Travel Department

Spa - HR Manager

Guest Service Assistant (Front Office)

Guest Service Assistant (Front Office)

Assistant Manager Sales- International Travel Department

Assistant Manager Sales - International Travel Department

Guest Service Associate - Telephones

Client / Member Service Executive

Assistant Manager Sales - Conferences & Incentives

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JOBS| F & B Service/House Keeping/Front Office Executives

Job Description
Candidates with 1 - 3 Yrs of experience. A graduate/ diploma in Hotel management. Freshers are also considered.
Food & Accomodation will be provided.

Desired Candidate Profile
Should have good communication skills.
should know hindi

5 Star Premium Hotel in Chennai.

Contact| SONIA| 04844028417|

NEWS| Intl| Iconic brand to be revitalized worldwide

The makeover includes: an upgrade of 100 US hotels - 50 000 guestrooms renovated and a re-design of more than 100 lobbies.

The most recognized hotel brand in the world is getting a makeover. Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. largest and most global brand, has launched a comprehensive new design of its lobbies and guests rooms that will significantly enhance its portfolio of hotels and resorts.

Sheraton and its owners are undertaking an aggressive multi-year strategy to improve the quality and consistency of the brand portfolio that includes $1.3 billion in renovations, $400 million in key brand initiatives and $2 billion in new hotel openings. Sheraton will upgrade 100 hotels in the U.S. – nearly half its North American portfolio – renovate 50,000 guestrooms and re-design more than 100 new lobbies. The plan is part of a global initiative to revitalize the iconic Sheraton brand and differentiate the guest experience at each of its 406 hotels across 71 countries.

“With awareness among upscale guests at 92%, the Sheraton brand is iconic,” said Hoyt H. Harper II, Senior Vice President for Sheraton Hotels and Resorts. “We are leveraging Starwood’s proven history of building great lifestyle brands to enhance the entire guest experience for the company’s most global, recognized brand.”

Guests will first observe Sheraton’s efforts to revitalize its properties in the lobby that will be brought to life and re-designed as a destination for guests. Inspired metaphorically by the great public parks of the world, Sheraton’s new lobby space will provide guests with a sense of belonging, warmth and community. A significant component and heart of the lobby re-design is the “Link @ Sheraton,” a signature lobby-based communications hub that enables guests to stay connected and fully productive while traveling and away from their offices. The Link@Sheraton is a unique environment that meets the needs of Sheraton’s core guest by enabling them to work, relax and remain connected to family and friends during their travels. It provides an online experience, including free Wi-Fi and Internet-enabled computer stations, allowing them to email, search the Web, review local attractions and even print up boarding passes.

Adding to the social aspect of the new lobby design a communal table at the lobby’s center allows several groups of guests to work independently of one another within the same space, while game tables and oversized chairs encourage playful interaction or rest and relaxation. Guests will also be surrounded by a distinct ambiance created through new sensory elements, including a clean “open air” scent, music, lighting and botanical designs.

Sheraton will extend its revitalization beyond the lobby to its guest rooms, creating a signature experience through new designs and enhanced amenities. Led by D.B. Kim, Sheraton’s vice president of design, the brand’s in-house design team is working with New York-based George Wong Design, to renovate more than 50,000 guestrooms using one of three distinct design templates – classic/timeless, simple/aesthetically streamlined and relaxed/casual – that showcase a new palette of familiar colors inspired by nature, including, off-white, yellow, terracotta, cool blues, brown and green.

In response to guests’ preferences for flexible room design, Sheraton will remodel its rooms to be innovative and familiar through four distinct zones: a welcome area, a “connection” zone, an area to rest and a space to re-energize. Upon entering the room, guests arrive in the “welcome center,” a residential inspired entryway featuring a free-standing custom designed luggage bench and streamlined organizational wall shelf where guests can unpack and organize with ease. Directly adjacent, in lieu of a traditional closet, is a new wood paneled wardrobe that offers multiple compartments, hanging space and a full-length mirror.