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Domestic leisure travellers are spending a good amount of money within the hotel during the period of their stay.Read More
ITC Hotels, Taj Group of Hotels and Oberoi are planning branded luxury homes in Colombo, Sri Lanka, and Mumbai and Bengaluru.Read More
31-Jan-2018 Expedia group, the world’s largest online travel company, in association with CAPA India, the region’s leading aviation advisory, research and knowledge practice, developed the latest ‘The inflection point for India outbound travel’ report, to enable global travel and tourism operators to better understand the Indian outbound leisure market. The report throws light on Indian consumers’ leisure travel habits and this year’s findings suggest that there is a huge potential in this segment as India contributes to only 4.8 Million leisure outbound trips. The findings also reveal the top outboundRead More
Global Ready Education’s India trainings are designed to educate tourism industry managers and front-line staff on how to better attract and engage Indian travelers.Read More
The President of Leela Palaces Hotels and Resorts, Rajiv Kaul, speaks from his heart to BW Hotelier about the state of hoteliering in the country and more.Read More
Tina Edmundson, global brand officer, Marriott International, says India remains an important market and that there are more than 80 hotels in the pipeline.Read More
Deutsche Hospitality is adding a further country to its hospitality portfolio. As announced in June 2016, the German company is approaching the Indian hotel market together with its Indian Joint Venture partner MBD Group. Read More
Millennials in emerging markets such as China and India are seeing their average wage increase and their buying power will increase further in the coming years. Read More

Posted On October 25, 2016By StefanIn Hotels, Business, News

Airbnb romances the Indian Traveler

The company brings its global campaign to India, looks for trust and a way to grow its business in the country.Read More
Are you mobile as yet? Most of the Indians use mobiles for booking hotels these days. Read More