Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), India’s largest hospitality company, has announced the signing of a new Taj resort in Bengaluru. This development project, under management contract with Sattva Homes Private Limited from the Sattva Group, will also feature branded villas as part of the complex in the second phase.
Indian Hotels Company, India’s largest hospitality company, today announced the signing of another Taj hotel in Chennai. The new development under management contract will feature branded residences as part of the hotel complex.
Taj Hotels has revealed plans of launching 15 hotels in the next 10 years, including 5 properties in Dubai following its successful launch of Taj Exotica Resort & Spa on Palm Jumeirah.
Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, the Palm has welcomed its first guests in Dubai. Nestled between the Arabian Sea and the city skyline, the luxury beachfront resort is located in the heart of Palm Jumeirah.
In his new role, Mohit Gurnani will be responsible for overseeing the full management and operations of the hotel in Dubai as it continues to deliver exceptional guest experiences.
The hotel is the fusion of a century old legacy, seamlessly woven together by worldly contemporary sensibilities, and quintessential Indian heritage.
Indian Hotels Company has begun the new year with a new addition to its collection of authentic palaces – Fateh Prakash Palace, Udaipur.
Taj Hotels has announced the opening of its new property in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. The city is home to the renowned shrine of Tirumala Venkateswara Temple.
Unveiling a new five-year strategy, Aspiration 2022, in February last year, the Indian Hotel Company Limited plans to transform itself into the most profitable hospitality organisation on the subcontinent. Here managing director and chief executive, Puneet Chhatwal, tells Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole about how the plan is unfolding to date
As general manager of two prestigious Taj Hotels properties in London, Digvijay Singh is an expert on the hospitality scene in the British capital. Here he chats with Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole about recent renovations at the hotels, the surprising impact of Brexit and the changing face of Victoria and the surrounding areas
The Indian Hotels Company has announced a three-year strategic partnership with the sovereign wealth fund of Singapore, GIC. With funds of up to US$600 million, the new platform will be used to acquire fully operational hotels in the luxury, upper upscale and upscale segments in India.