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India Hotel Projects Approved by GOI - August 2016

Hyatt Bangalore | Celebrating People

Editor - We loved what Hyatt Bangalore did for the team.  A 3 Day fest!  Here are the details!

JOBS | Front Office Manager, Purchase Manager, Chief Engineer, Sales Managers for their upcoming 5* Hotels

Pride Hotels is looking for profiles for Front Office Manager, Purchase Manager, Chief Engineer, Sales Managers for their upcoming 5* Hotels...Interested profiles who had worked with similar class of hotels having 100 plus inventory can send their resumes to

Novotel Guwahati - Opening Nov 2016

Carlson Rezidor plans 120 hotels in India by 2020

Carlson Rezidor, the largest foreign hotel brand in India by number of hotels, aims to maintain its lead over rivals with a pipeline of 40 properties which will come on stream in the country by 2020.

Leopard walks into Nainital hotel room, breaks glass, creates panic

After a bear — which reportedly came from a nearby jungle — was found swimming in the Naini lake earlier this month, a leopard created a furore in the hill town early on Sunday as it walked into a hotel after breaking a glass window.

IHG set for mid-scale hotel brand expansion in New Zealand

IHG has announced it will add its first Holiday Inn hotel in Queenstown later this year following the conversion of the former Goldridge Resort; and a new build 120-room Holiday Inn Express hotel in Christchurch city centre, to open in 2018.

How To Set Up A Pokemon Go Friendly Hotel - By Rebekka Asher

First locate the closest Pokestop to your hotel. Pokemon Go locations can be very random such as a staircase or fountain on your property.

AccorHotels to acquire John Paul, world leader in the concierge market

AccorHotels announces it has begun exclusive negotiations for the acquisition of John Paul, the leading player in premium customer and employee loyalty services.

India's Sahara dismisses $1.3bn UK-Gulf bid for luxury hotels

India's Sahara group has dismissed a $1.3 billion UK-Saudi bid for its three hotels in London and New York as "baseless", saying it has valued the assets below market price.