Summary: Experience: 2 Yrs - 4 Yrs Positions: N/A Location: Delhi Salary: N/A Job Description: -You will be responsible to assist with the efficient running of the department in line with Hyatt International's Corporate -The Chef de Partie is responsible to supervise the assigned station /section of the outlet kitchen
Summary: Experience: 1 Yrs - 5 Yrs Positions: Opening(s)1 Location: Mumbai Salary: 2 - 3 lacs Per Annum Job Description: -Ability to work under pressure and co-ordinate with all departments -The hotel to ensure smooth functioning while on shift -Would be directly responsible for handling reservations and solving all guest
Summary: Experience: 8 Yrs - 10 Yrs Positions: opening(s)1 Location: Gurgaon Salary: N/A Job Description: -Monitor front office personnel to ensure guests receive prompt cordial attention and personal recognition - Supervise the Front Office team to ensure optimum occupancy and average room rate for the
Summary: Category: Hotels Experience: 4 Yrs - 9 Yrs Positions: Opening(s)1 Location: Jaipur Salary: N/A Job Description: -Must have experience of Hotel Industry minimum of 5 years -can sell high end property in jaipur market Skill Set -(UG - Any Graduate - Any Specialization, Graduation Not Required) AND (PG - Any PG
Sofitel offers contemporary hotels and resorts adapted to today’s more demanding and more versatile consumers who expect and appreciate beauty, quality and excellence. Each Sofitel property offers a genuine experience of the French “art de vivre”. Contract Job Level Contract of employment Status Full Time
Novotel contributes to the well-being of business and leisure travellers: spacious and adaptable rooms, balanced meals 24/7, meeting rooms, caring staff, dedicated children’s areas and fitness rooms. Contract: Job Level CDI Status Full Time Anticipated Start Date 01/03/2012 Contact: DARIO GATTO: h0383-
Job Description : Maximises room revenue by utilising yield management techniques to maximise occupancy and average rate. Records and requests for special accommodations and suite. Maximises room revenues through proper yield management and forecasted call conve Salary: Salary not bar for right candidate Role:
Job Description: Meet his revenue targets. Provide leads through cross selling. Maintain excellent relationship with client. Ensure timely billing and collection. Maintain a healthy and detailed BD tracker. Candidate from Noida location will be preferred. Salary: Salary not bar for right candidate Role: Head/VP/GM/National
Job Description: Welcomes every guest with a warm smile, hospitable & friendly manner.Maintains a gracious and friendly attitude. Presents the Menus to guest.Takes the Guest info and accurately quotes wait when tables are not available,takes pride in her appearance. Salary: Salary not bar for right candidate Role: Host/Hostess
Job Description : Responsible for taking food and beverage orders from guest over the telephone and relaying the same information to the service staff, To assist the guest in choosing the most appropriate food and
NEWS | Rotana reveals outlook for 2012 | Rotana to embark on over 750 million USD expansion plan in 2012 with seven new properties in Middle East and Africa
Rotana, the leading hotel management company in the Middle East & Africa has announced that it will embark on a 750 million USD investment managed by Rotana to open in 2012, helping the group to maintain its position as the largest hotel brand in the region. The hotel management group will open 7 new hotels in 2012 including its first properties in Bahrain & Jordan and its second hotel in Qatar and will expand its portfolio in the UAE with four additional hotels.
NEWS | Meliá Hotels International CEO Gabriel Escarrer signs a third hotel in the UK: the Innside Manchester Hotel
At FITUR yesterday afternoon, the CEO and Vice Chairman of Meliá Hotels International, Gabriel Escarrer, signed an agreement for what will become the third hotel for the company in the UK: the Innside Manchester Hotel. Construction will begin in the second half of the year in the new First Street North development, a major tourism development project for the City of Manchester creating a multi-purpose cultural space which is expected to attract over one million visitors a year.
NEWS | Fifteen years after it entered India, Big Mac is changing colours, literally. The world's largest fast-food chain is shedding its familiar red-and-yellow colours for more muted tones as it goes for its biggest and costliest revamp in the country, in line with its global strategy of attracting more adults. The makeover also involves taking away the iconic mascot, Ronald McDonald, at least from some of its outlets in the country and beefing up its menu with options that are more likely to appeal to adults. The US-based burger-and-fries chain has already added McSpicy Chicken Burger and McFlurry desserts to its offerings in India. The red-and-yellow company logo will be replaced by white across its 240 restaurants over the next three-four years and the decor will change from neon-yellow and bright-red interiors to pale colours. "The change has already kicked off with one outlet each in New Delhi and Mumbai," said McDonald's India (North & East) MD and joint venture partner Vikram Bakshi. The company hopes to upgrade the consumer's experience, he said, without alienating its younger customers and raising prices. Others are not so confident. "McDonald's core equity, at least in India, lies with kids, mostly in the sub-13-year age group. I am not sure if the move to bring in muted colours and decor would go well with this category of consumers," said Mahesh Chauhan, co-founder of advertising and marketing firm Salt Brand Solutions. "It may be a good move for some other developed markets, but I am not sure how it will work for a market like India where organised food retail still remains very small." The makeover in India, part of the company's revamp in the Asia-Pacific Middle-East and Africa region, comes three-four years after the US and Europe.
Business sector hotel Mövenpick Hotel & Spa Bangalore has joined hands with Sohum Spa to offer a new range of treatments inspired by Ayurveda, in addition to Oriental and European healing techniques. The Spa offer a wide array of world-class facilities including couple massage rooms, facial therapy rooms, wet rooms with steam, sauna, hot and cold showers. In addition, it provides the services of an Ayurveda consultant, who offers a recommendation of treatments, following consultation on request, according to one’s body type and specific needs.
Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts today announced its Sustainable Seafood Policy including the commitment to cease serving shark fin in all of its operated restaurants as well as accepting new orders for shark fin products in banqueting with immediate effect. Future banquet bookings made prior to this date will be honoured as per the signed contractual agreement.