India Domestic Category

ITC Hotels, Taj Group of Hotels and Oberoi are planning branded luxury homes in Colombo, Sri Lanka, and Mumbai and Bengaluru.Read More
The arrival of new aircraft technology, emergence of new business models, and the increasing ambition of India’s budget carriers appear likely to lead to a new wave of expansion on international long-haul routes.Read More
Celebrity Cruises, one of the brands operated by global cruise vacation company Royal Caribbean Cruises, is planning to have eight luxury ships visiting Indian ports in 2018-19Read More
offerings from international cruise brands have gone up and Indian travellers are ready to loosen their purse strings to experience luxury.Read More
Indians planning destination weddings overseas could consider Jordan or even Ras Al Khaimah, the northernmost of the UAE. Read More
Existing Investors Mr. Pawan Borle & Nirmal Singh lead the Pre-Series A round with other investors.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
Recently, while interviewing Michelle Obama, TV host Oprah Winfrey suggested that they go 'glamping'. The First Lady immediately warmed up to the idea and said "Okay, I'm down for glamping" - glamorous camping.Read More