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Showing posts from June 17, 2016

Ludhiana youths ‘thrash’ hotel staff, two injured

Tribune News Service

Four tourists from Ludhiana allegedly thrashed two employees of Hotel Nature Lap for demanding documents to support their identification and advance money on Spring Road near Library Bazaar here last night. The hotel employees sustained minor injuries. The Mussoorie police said the youngsters turned up at the hotel in a Polo car (PB 10 FE 9500) and booked a room.

Trouble brews for OYO, company gets legal notice over payment delays

Budget hotel aggregator OYO Rooms has been dragged to the Delhi High Court by a Mumbai based hospitality advisory firm, Noesis Capital Advisors. The case has been filed by the company over non-payment of over 1.5 crore rupees for using its services. The firm has filed a winding up petition against Oravel Stays, the company that owns OYO Rooms. The hospitality advisory firm has reportedly claimed that the $400-million startup has failed to make the payment despite using their services during the scaling-up phase of the venture, in an ET news report.

StayWell Hospitality to open 5 hotels in India this year

Australia-based StayWell Hospitality Group plans to add five hotels with around 550 rooms in India by the end of 2016, targeting mid- and up-scale segments as part of its expansion plans in the country. Currently, the group has three operational hotels in India and is planning to open five new hotels at Hyderabad, Goa, Jodhpur, Mumbai and Greater Noida.