Carlson Hotels, one of the world's leading hotel companies, announced the opening of its 54th property in Asia and its first in Brunei. Located in the heart of downtown, the Radisson Hotel Brunei Darussalam is the only internationally branded hotel in the city.
Education and hospitality could well be the next growth hotspots for the Analjit Singh promoted Max group. “We have already decided on medicine but we are open to a wider range of education opportunities,” Max India Chairman Analjit Singh told Hindustan Times in an exclusive interview at his Aurangzeb Road residence in Lutyen’s Delhi.
Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) that owns the Taj, Vivanta, Gateway and Ginger brand of hotels across the country, has repaid $185 million (approximately Rs 840 crore) of debt raised to finance capital expenditure on new projects, renovations and investment in international subsidiaries.
He preferred rustling up delicacies to sweating it out in his father’s workshop. From being an apprentice chef at the Berlin Hilton to heading Asia’s largest hospitality chain, Taj, the Hawaiian-born Raymond Bickson has come a long way.
Abhishek Sadhoo has taken over as a Director of Operations, Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel, New Delhi.
Sarovar Hotels & Resorts has forayed into Chandigarh with their budget brand Hometel and has launched the 114─room Hometel Chandigarh. The hotel is the second owned and managed property by Sarovar Group and 45th in the overall portfolio of hotels under the Group
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Kempinski will open its first hotel in Cairo, Egypt, in June this year. The 191─room Kempinski Nile Hotel will replace an old hotel on the river banks of the Nile. The hotel was revamped in 30 months, where the décor and character have been changed. The interior design was done by the renowned French architect Pierre Yves Rochon.
WORLDHOTELS has reported a buoyant start to 2010, with double digit growth in revenue and room nights. As a result of various initiatives and increasingly positive climate in the tourism industry, WORLDHOTELS has boosted its total room night production and revenue by 30 per cent in Quarter One (Q1) of 2010 compared to the same period last year.