Crystal River Management is an organisation evolved in these lines of thought and process run by an inspired professional whose years of practical exposure, experience, learning and formal training are the foundation of a quality organization that provides the excellence support to all associated client relationships.
Crystal River specializes in Training for Excellence, Executive Search and Hospitality Solutions as its core business expertise. The company is based out of Bangalore and has reputed clients like the Maharaja of Mysore, groups such as the Holiday Inn, WelcomHeritage, Encore Hotels and Citrus Hotels among its hospitality clientele.
Amari, Thailand’s largest domestic hotel management company with an inventory exceeding 3,000 rooms and employing over 3,000 staff, on Wednesday announced that it will be investing $44.1 million in a corporate growth strategy.
The group, which currently has 11 properties in key destinations across Thailand, including Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Chang and Pattaya, plans to operate 40 further properties in Asia Pacific by 2018.
This announcement comes one year after the appointment of president and CEO Peter Henley who has spent his tenure to date focused heavily on preparing for change, allocating investment to the enhancement of systems and processes, revitalisation of the Amari brand and corporate management restructuring.
A key cornerstone of this growth plan is the revitalisation of the brand identity. Building on Amari’s foundations of managing a mixed portfolio of city-based hotels and resorts, the company is looking to strengthen and broaden its brand proposition.
Clarks Inn Group of Hotels has opened their first Clarks Inn brand hotel known as Clarks Inn Hubli. The group will manage the new 52─room four─star Airport Hotel of the Vinayak Group in Hubli.
Clarks Inn Hubli will be positioned as business boutique hotel considering Hubli's location. The hotel is located at a distance of three km from the airport and railway station. It has two restaurants with a capacity of 100 pax each; one a pure vegetarian north and south Indian cuisine restaurant (Satvik) and the other a multi─cuisine fine dining restaurant (The Bridge). The hotel has two banquet halls with a maximum capacity of 80─100 pax and 200 pax respectively. The property will have a lounge and a bar known as 'Cloud 9'and a swimming pool.
Seeking for all positions for our new openings of 4 & 5* boutique hotels in Vietnam and Thailand.
There will be one large property take over of about 200 rooms in Vietnam with several F&B outlets. Location can't be disclosed yet.
I am looking mostly for local talents from Vietnam / Thailand except GM and Chef, some properties include also expat F&B.
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The third biennial edition of India Wine Show 2009 taking place in Nashik from 26-30 November aims to provide a business platform to the grape growers and wine producers from India and overseas as well as wine lovers who wish to learn more about winemaking, with tasting and vineyard visits thrown in as an added attraction.
The show emphasizes on the technical know how to the processing, packaging, actual marketing of the product in the domestic and foreign market , with an opportunity to network with the international dealers, and generate business, says the Show’s website
There are a number of conferences to be held over two days (27-28 Nov.) and which will be addressed by the industry experts, leading exporters / importers, dignitaries and the professionals. The speakers will highlight on the various aspects of the agriculture industry and the wine industry. The discussions will throw light on the subjects like marketing strategies, business developments and growth in the Indian w…
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has pioneered one of the first hospitality research projects, undertaken by its School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM), in the virtual world of Second Life, a three-dimensional virtual environment with over 16 million users.
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