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Au Bon Pain opens its fourth outlet in Bengaluru

US-based bakery café chain Au Bon Pain has opened an outlet in Mantri Square, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru. The restaurant is spread across 2,400 square feet with a seating capacity of 120 people. It is the fourth outlet in Bengaluru.

The Gateway Hotel ties up with Aryan Hospitality, to set up The Gateway Hotel Kolhapur

The Gateway Hotel in association with Aryan Hospitality Pvt Ltd, a subsidiary of IRB Infrastructure Developers, will develop a 100-room property in Kolhapur.

KTDC formulating Medical Tourism package

According to a PTI report, Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) is working out a Medical Tourism package seeking to cash in on growing worldwide interest in the state as an ideal destination to combine treatment with holidaying.

Hotel Equities Opens Fairfield Inn & Suites in Commerce, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia -- Hotel Equities ( recently opened the 80-room Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Commerce, Georgia. Located at 137 Frontage Road, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Commerce will operate as a Marriott franchise, managed by Atlanta-based Hotel Equities.

London's first Corinthia Hotel set for 2011 opening

Corinthia Hotels' first London hotel - and the world's ninth - is due to open early next year.

Biyani eyes Rs 10,000 crore revenue from foods biz in 4 years

Kishore Biyani-run Future Group is eyeing around Rs 10,000 crore revenue from its food business over the next 3-4 years and a 40 per cent growth this fiscal.

Pizza Capers to take bigger slice of Asian market

Australia's leading gourmet pizza franchise Pizza Capers is set to build on its Singapore success with further expansion into South East Asia. New stores are planned for Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Jakarata in early 2011.

Little Italy plans major expansion this year; seeks franchisees

Little Italy, India's largest chain of authentic Italian fine dining restaurants with 27 restaurant and bar formats across 18 cities, is adding 48 more outlets in next three years. While 24 stores would be company-owned, the rest would be run on franchise basis, according to its top official.

Say Goodbye To Oberois

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I have been saying this for a long time now : Oberoi's run awesome hotels, but unfortunately a lot of them dont make money.

most of the vilas properties are run in the red and the sheer project cost of these hotels makes them very very difficult to digest. you need someone with deep deep pockets.

Mukesh Ambani is just the man.

here is what i think will happen: