Indian Hotel Chain

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In India in early period, hospitality as an industry was not organized but was provided either on individual or village bases. Later on, Buddhist monasteries provided boarding and lodging to travellers. During Chandra Gupta Maura‘s Reign, inns and guest houses were established. Then some universities like Taxila also provided accommodation to Buddhist monks and such places were called Chaityas.

In India too the development of the hotel industry is closely linked to travel. In India travel was mainly on animals (mule, horse and camel) and for rest during their travel at strategic points Dharamshalas, Sarais, Chaupals of Panchayatas, Chowltry (in South India) and temples and religious places were provided by rich people such as Rajas, Kings, Zamindars etc.

Usually, free accommodation and food for travellers was given. During the medieval period, it was mandatory for the state authorities to provide food and shelter to the wayside traveller. Gradually there was a set up of hotel chains in India which laid more stress on the precise architectural features, organization, standards of their member hotels but some others focused on advertising, marketing, purchasing, human resource development, etc.

The first luxurious hotel by Pallanjee Pestonjee (1840) was started in Bombay. It was famous for its excellent cuisine, beers and wines and its excellent management. Later on, he opened another hotel at Fort in Bombay. A few of the hotel chains are discussed below:

Indian Hotel Chain

Tata Group

The Tata Group is India ̳s best-known multinational in the private sector with a turnover crossing US$ 18 billion (equivalent to 3.1% of India ̳s GDP). Long known for its adherence to business ethics, it is India’s most respected private business group. With 250,000 employees across 105 companies, it is also India’s most respected private business group.

Tata group was founded by Jamsetji Tata in the l860’s the Group ̳s early years were inspired by the spirit of nationalism. In numerous occasions Tata Group pioneered the way as firsts in Indian industry. To leverage the value of the Tata brand, the thrust of the group’s business has shifted from a product-driven to a brand driven portfolio. The group’s stable of brands and services includes Tata. Tata India, Tata Safari, Titan, Tanishq, Taj Hotels, Tata Tea, Tetley, Tata Salt, Westside and VSNL.

JAMSETJI NUSSERWANJI TATA Commencement of Taj Group of Hotels

In 1903 there was a significant event in the hotel business. The Indian Hotel Company. Mumbai was incorporated on 1st April 1902 with an authorized capital of Rs. 30 lakh. Mr Jamsetji Tata opened the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai. The idea was born as long ago as 1888, because of a friend ̳s disparaging remark that Mumbai could not boast of a single decent hotel. Jamsetji Tata searched the capitals of Europe and bought the best.

As far back as 1888, he made sure the Taj would have its own laundry, aerated water-bottling plant, electroplating for its silverware, a Mora silver burnishing machine, crockery, washing plant and elevators, fellowship and trade and industry and thereby to enhance the prosperity of the nation was the objective underlying the project undertaken by him. He knew that the hotel would have to be maintained for years as a losing concern, but the spirit of patriotism and consciousness of duty to the country demanded that he should not count the cost of providing what he regarded as a pre-requisite for the future growth of the country and development of her commerce as well as cultural relations and co-operation with the advanced countries of the world.

Accordingly, a foundation was laid in 1988 and the construction of the building was completed in 1903. Fronting the harbor and commanding a magnificent view, open to sea breeze and valued service, the hotel rendered the country proud as being one of the largest by hotels in the East. It is so well known over the world that nothing more remains to be said about it.

According to legend, the architect of the Taj, a Frenchman, spent long hours finalizing his conceptual drawings, then shipped off to France to recuperate. On his return he found the hotel completed in every detail with one small exception: it was located back to front. So the Frenchman did what any artistic soul would do. He did away with his body by shooting himself in the head.

The hotel was completed at a cost of Rs. 5, 00,000 in 1904, but he did not live to preside at the opening ceremony. In it’s over 100 years since then, the old gracious building has accommodated some of the best-known persons in modern history.

Fronting the Mumbai harbour and overlooking the Gate Way of India, it was until recently the largest hotel in the east. It is rated amongst the top ten hotels in the world by Fortune Magazine. India’s great industrialist, Jamsetji Tata, felt that it was essential for the advancement of Mumbai city in particular and India in general, that it should have an up-to-date hotel to provide facilities and comforts to visitors from all parts of the world. Not to make a profitable investment, but to attract visitors from overseas with a view to promoting.

East India Hotels Ltd (OBEROI)

Mr M.S. Oberol was born in Chakwal, a hamlet of Punjab. He lost his father Sardar Attar Singh when just six months old. Mother Bhagwati took him to Bhaun and brought him up with lots of care and discipline. After 14 years of age, he joined Dayanand Anglo Vedic (DAV) School in Rawalpindi which was eminently suited to provide a young man with a balanced mix of tradition and modernity. After passing matriculation from here he went to Lahore and the college managed by the DAV missionaries.

When he was 16 he caught up with his father’s sides of the business. His uncle owned a flourishing shoe factory and seeing that his nephew was upon to help out with maintaining discipline, he was asked to supervise. Due to all this Mr M. S. Oberol went back to Bhaun.

There he was married to Ms. lshrani Devi. His wife gave birth to a baby girl named Rajrani. In 1922, leaving behind his wife and daughter, he arrived in Shimla for an interview in PWD. He failed, after putting in a lot of effort he started his career in Shimla’s Cecil hotel as a clerk at As. 50/- per month, staying in one room tenement called a bond quarter. His first son named Mr Tilak Raj (Tikki) was born in 1924. His second son Mr Prithvi Raj (Biki) was born in 1929 next came in this world another daughter named Swaraj and finally a baby girl, Prem.

In 1930 Mr M. S. Oberoi became the partner of the Clarks. Later he managed to buy it by tapping the wealth associates of his mother and mortgaging the property in the name of the loaner’s son. Under the deed of dissolution dated 14th August, 1934, Mr M. S. Oberoi became the sole absolute and exclusive owner of the Clarks Hotel, Shimla. In 1938 Hotel Pvt. Ltd. was formed to take management lease for Stephen Chowringhee properties from Mercantile Bank, for this Mr M. S. Oberoi and Mr Shiv Nath became partners in 1950. Ms Swaraj Oberoi married Mr Gautam Khanna. Today he is Biki’s, right-hand man.

In 1940, Aajrani wed Colonel J. C. Kapoor. In 1957. Ms Prem married Captain K. K. Mehta. Tikki began a laundry business of his own serving all the sprawling American bases in Calcutta. In 1943 Associated Hotels of India (AHI) was formed holding aloft the most prestigious hotels in the country: Cecil, Faletti’s in Lahore, Flashman in Rawalpindi, Deans in Peshawar and another Cecil in the hills of Muree (now in Pakistan). Besides they took over the lease of the Imperial Hotel. Mr Oberoi bought over the property of Grand in Calcutta in 1947 by taking a loan. But due to the death of Mr Tikki in 1984, Cecil was closed and later opened in the 90’s.

The travel agency, the first of its kind in India called Mercury Travels was started by Mr M. S. Oberoi on 31St March, 1948 and later on taken over by Gautam Khanna. On 26th May 1949, East India Hotels Ltd. (EIH) was formed and registered with an authorized capital of Rs. 20 million. Oberoi Palm Beach in Gopalpur-on-sea was built in 1947. The Oberoi Mount Everest in Darjeeling was bought in 1951. In 1957 Mr Biki married Ms Goodie, daughter of Punjabi landowners of Lyalpur. Two kids Natasha in January 1962 and Vikram in 1963 were born.

Ms Swaraj gave birth to Ashok and Rajiv. In 1955 Palace Hotel in Kashmir was bought but the troubled valley lost all its tourists and the hotel has been closed since 1990. Mr Tikki married Ms Leela Naidu in 1956. He began Northern India caterers which became the holding company of the swiss hotel and later on took over the management of a Chandigarh hotel. He was a Joint Managing Director of EIH Ltd.

Along with his brother Mr Biki and Director of all associate companies, Mr Tikki was internationally known and this helped the Oberoi name internationally known. Mr Oberoi took over the Imperial in 1944. He also introduced flame, charcoal grill and French food at Imperial. The Oberoi Intercontinental in New Delhi was India’s first modern luxury hotel, set up in 1965.

A loan of forty-five million Rupees was taken, to construct this hotel but in four days the hotel made enough profits to pay back. Wake up call facility, health club, housemaids were introduced into hotelier by Oberoi Intercontinental. In 1962 East India Hotels became one of the first non-financial Indian companies to receive fixed deposits from the public.

In 1972, Oberoi Sheraton was ready and was formally opened in 1973. It was renamed Oberoi Towers in 1978. In 1945, Shrimati Bhagwanti passed away, in 1988, Mrs Ishrani Devi passed away. When she was alive, she continued to remain in the material world by passing on several of her housekeeping skills. She had also set up Bhagwanti Oberoi Charitable Trust. Mr M. S. Oberoi’s daughter Rajrani runs the country’s first boutique Imperial, Rani Sarees, Swaraj runs ritika Bookshops and Prem runs silhouette beauty parlours.

The Oberoi group laid down its standard rule “NO EFFORT IS TOO BIG, NO DETAIL TOO SMALL and still sticks to it.

ITC Limited

ITC was incorporated on August 24, 1910, under the name of imperial tobacco company India ltd. Its beginning was humble. A leased office on Radha bazaar lane, Kolkata, was the centre of the company’s existence. The company’s ownership progressively Indianized, and the name of the company was changed to i.t.c. Limited in 1974. In recognition of the company’s multi-business portfolio encompassing a wide range of businesses – cigarettes and tobacco, hotels, information technology, packaging, speciality papers, paper boards, agriculture – exports and lifestyle retailing the full stops in the company’s name were removed effective September 18, 2001. The company now stands rechristened ITC limited.

In 1975 the company launched its hotels business with the acquisition of a hotel in Chennai which was rechristened ITC – Welcome group hotel Chola. Since then its hotel business has grown to occupy a position of leadership, with 44 owned and managed properties spread across India. It also has marketing and reservation arrangements with the Sheraton corporation, the reputed international hotel chain. In 1979, ITC entered the paperboard business by promoting ITC bhadrachalam paperboards ltd. Today, it has become the market leader in India.

In 1985, ITC set up Surya Tobacco Company in Nepal as a joint venture with the reputed soaltee group. In August 2002, Surya Tobacco became a subsidiary of ITC Ltd. Its name was changed to Surya Nepal Private Ltd. In 1990, ITC acquired Tribeni Tissues Limited, a speciality paper manufacturing company and a major supplier of tissue paper to the cigarette industry. In 1990, ITC leverage its agriculture-sourcing competency, ITC set up the international business division for export of agriculture commodities.

The division is today one of India’s largest exports. Recently, ITC’s packaging and printing business has launched a line of high-quality greeting cards under the brand name expressions. ITC has also entered the lifestyle retailing business with the wills sport range of international quality relaxed wear for men and women. ITC has spun off its information technology business into a wholly-owned subsidiary. ITC Infotech India Ltd., pursue emerging opportunities in this area.

ITC Hotel

ITC entered the hotels business in 1975 with the acquisition of a hotel in Chennai, which was rechristened ITC – welcome group hotel chola. The ITC – welcome group is India’s finest and fastest-growing hotel chain. It consists of 44 hotels across India, which includes five-star deluxe business hotels, heritage palaces and havelis and full-service budget hotels. These hotels are managed by ITC’s subsidiary, ITC hotels ltd. ITC – welcome group hotels are marketed worldwide by the Sheraton Corporation, which is a part of Starwood hotels and resorts, the well-known global hospitality chain.

ITC pioneered the concept of branding hospitality services including cuisine. ITC –welcome group was the first to launch the powerful idea of a hotel within a hotel by segmenting and branding the hotel services. It created the exclusive ITC one. ITC towers and the executive club to pamper the global business traveller with unmatched quality and range of services.

Similarly, ITC – welcome group created the welcome heritage brand of hotels, which are rooted in the rich Indian cultural inheritance of palaces, havelis and resorts. Welcome heritage hotels have succeeded in preserving the royal ambience of magnificent palaces, legendary castles and romantic resorts, even as it operates a fine range of hotel services inside these architectural legacies. ITC was also the first to brand its cuisines

The bukhara, the dakshin and the dum pukht are today powerful cuisine brands which delight connoisseurs in restaurants in several ITC – welcome group hotels. ITC hotel Maurya Sheraton was the first hotel in India to be accorded the ISO 14001 certification for its environment management systems. Maurya has also become the first hotel in India to be awarded the golden peacock environment management award for 2001 by the world environment foundation. It has also won the British safety councils sword of honor thrice.

It has twice won the international hotels and restaurants association environmental award. Mughal Sheraton, Agra, was Asia’s first winner of the agha khan award for architecture. Bay Island at Port Blair, Andaman was presented the tourism for tomorrow award by British Airways. The prestigious golden fork award, was also bestowed, by the International Food and Wine Writers Guild, to Bukhara and Dum Pukht Restaurants at the Maurya Sheraton.

Ambassador Group Of Hotels

Narang International Hotels Private Limited and its subsidiaries is a family-owned company having interests in hotels, flight catering units, fast food outlets and windmill power generation. The shareholders of the company are family members, namely, Mr Rama Narang, along with his three sons Mr Ramesh Narang, Mr Rajesh (Bobby) Narang and Mr Rakesh (Rico) Narang. Mr Ramesh Narang is the single largest shareholder of the company, who along with his other two brothers, Mr Rajesh Narang and Mr Rakesh Narang are the majority shareholders. The only Directors of the company as appointed on 4th May 1999 are as follows:

Mr Rama Narang, Chairman and Managing Director for life. 2. Mr Ramesh Narang, Joint Managing Director for life. 3. Mr Rajesh Narang, Whole Time Director for life. After Mr Rama Narang, Mr Ramesh Narang reverts back to being the Chairman and Managing Director of the company as was the position held by him prior to May 1999.

  • The Company owns and operates hotels under the ‘Ambassador’ brand which are centrally located in the city of Mumbai, Aurangabad and Chennai with sales offices in Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Aurangabad and Chennai.

  • The Company is the pioneer in the field of in-flight catering since 1942 and own and operates the largest catering units at Mumbai and Delhi under the brand name “The Ambassador’s Sky Chef”. The Ambassador’s Sky Chef has won numerous awards / trophies and appreciations for their innovative and catering expertise.

  • The Company is also in the fast food retail business under the brand name ‘Croissants etc’ operating numerous outlets in and around Mumbai.

  • As a major diversification launch and to show growing concern towards environment, the Company ventured into harnessing wind for generating electric power through 25 windmills on 110 acres of land installed in the state of Tamil Nadu.

  • The Company directly and indirectly employees over 5000 employees in its various units across the country.

  • The company is looking at diversifying into Infrastructure development on the real estate projects held by the company and is also considering joint ventures with overseas partners.

Best Western India

Best Western International is THE WORLD’S LARGEST HOTEL CHAIN, providing marketing, reservations and operational support to over 4,000 independently owned and operated member hotels in 80 countries and territories worldwide. An industry pioneer since 1946, Best Western has grown into an iconic brand that hosts 400,000 worldwide guests each night.

Best Western’s diverse property portfolio, its greatest strength, stems from a business model designed to give owners maximum flexibility to address market-specific needs. Equally committed to the business and leisure traveller, Best Western recently embarked on a five-year mission to lead the hotel industry in customer care. Since 2004, Best Western has served as the Official Hotel of NASCAR.

Best Western India, a part of the world ̳s largest hotel chain Best Western International (BWI) is on an impressive expansion spree and has grown from a portfolio of six hotels, to 20 hotels. Of these, seven are fully operational while the rest are fast nearing completion. The Best Western India footprint now includes BW Capital Hotel, located in the heart of Bangalore, extending its presence in the fast-growing city.

Best Western India is part of THE WORLD’S LARGEST HOTEL CHAIN. Best Western India is expanding from 7 properties now to 12 properties by the second quarter, 2009. With an active pipeline in place, the expected footprint is 20 properties by 2009 year-end and 100 hotels in the next decade.

By the end of the year, BW Marickar Hotels & Suites, Nedumbassery in Cochin will be operational after renovation, while new properties in Neral and Ratnagiri will follow soon thereafter. 2009 is expected to be an important year for the Best Western brand, as a Signet Hotels 4-star, 100 room property in Navi Mumbai will be launched towards the latter half of the year. 2009 will also see the opening of another Signet Hotels property in Electronic City, Bangalore. Sudhir Sinha was appointed as Head of Best Western India in 2008. He was designated as President and Chief Operating Officer of hotel chain Best Western India.

In 2007 Best Western International, Inc. entered the Indian market through master licensee Cabana Hotel Management Pvt. Ltd. The collaboration will add more than 100 hotels and 10,000 rooms to the burgeoning Indian hospitality market over the next decade. Cabana Hotels is planning a major investment of more than $1.2 billion in Best Western-branded hotels, including the building or converting hotels at 3, 4, and 5-star levels in markets including Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Bhubaneshwar, Ooty, Rameshwaram, Hyderabad and Kanyakumari.

U.P Hotels LTD (Clarks Hotel)

The Clarks Group of Hotels (U. P. Hotels) is a well established name in Hospitality Industry in India, which was started by the late Shri. Brijpal Das Ji way back in 1949, having more than 100 years of experience of trading Jeweler, Textile and International trading. To expand its business of Hotels a new company was incorporated in February 1961 in the name of U. P. Hotels Limited. The first five-star hotel of India was registered by U. P. Hotels Limited in 1962–Hotel Clarks Shiraz of 237 rooms, near the Taj Mahal in Agra.

Thereafter 2 five star hotels were opened in Jaipur of 216 rooms and in Lucknow of 100 rooms in the year 1973. For example, Hotel Clarks Khajuraho of 105 rooms came up in 1998 at Khajuraho. As on date the company owns and manages 5 five star hotels in Agra, Lucknow, Jaipur and Khajuraho & Varanasi under the brand “Clarks” which is also owned by U.P Hotels Limited.

The company also promoted a new company in the name of Great Value Hotels Ltd. on the concept of taking hotels on a license basis and running it with its own team of experts and experienced people. Besides this, the company also started two companies in the name and style of CLARKS BRIJ HOTEL INDIA (P) LIMITED & CLARKS INN which takes hotels on a management contract basis and has already hotels in Sahibabad, Gorakhpur, Goa, Bangalore, Delhi NCR, New Delhi, and Alwar in its fold, while 12 others are currently in the pipeline.

The Clarks Group of Hotels has also launched a home-stay programme, ‘Jaipur Pride Project’ in Jaipur and Delhi with the objective of helping inclusive growth by distributing the wealth of tourism to a larger scheme of society. It is the first branded, standardized homestay.

ITDC Hotels

The ITDC Ashok Group of hotel chains manages some of the best 5-star and luxury tour hotels in the Indian hospitality industry, including 33 hotels in 26 different tourist destinations all over India. The hotels run by the ITDC Ashok Group of hotel chains may be divided into different categories, namely, elite hotels, comfort hotels and classic hotels. This includes Hotel Ashok, New Delhi, Kovalam Ashok Beach Resort in Kovalam, Kerala, Agra Ashok in Agra, Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel, Mysore, etc. Most of the ITDC hotels have had the privilege of playing host to several international and national dignitaries.

The accommodation provided in ITDC Group of Hotels features the best of the modern and the traditional, with the centrally air-conditioned guestrooms being decorated with elegant interiors, and provision for state-of-the-art modern amenities like satellite television, percolators and wireless Internet Connections.

Along with dining at ITDC it offers cuisines ranging from Continental to Chinese and local Indian dishes that would make your dining experience unforgettable. Enjoy an enchanting rendezvous of glistening crystal and glass at The Garden Bar in Hotel Ashok, New Delhi. Conference & Banqueting Facilities at ITDC hotels have provision for exquisite business conference facilities, aided with the latest audio-visual equipment.

And also other facilities offered to suit your entire family, as well as the business traveller; ITDC hotels have special packages to make your stay at the hotels memorable. Besides, there are amenities like childcare, foreign currency exchange, travel desk, and so on.

Jaypee Group Hotels

Formerly known as the Jayprakash Associates, the Jaypee group began its journey in 1972. After three decades of growth and diversification, the group has forayed into a wide spectrum of industries ranging from; hydropower to cement manufacture to education to IT to civil engineering. The Jaypee Group entered the hospitality industry in 1981. The Jaypee group owns four 5 star deluxe hotels at New Delhi, Agra and Mussoorie. Jaypee group hotels are the other name for comfort, luxury and hospitality.

Man Singh Group Hotels

Man Singh group, the name assigned by the first hotel of the group, Hotel Man Singh Jaipur, commenced its foray into hotels back in the early 1980s, when Indo-Continental Hotels & Resorts Ltd, owners of Hotel Man Singh was taken over by the family. Since then, keeping alive the age-old Indian traditions including its Rajas & Maharajas, wild fantasies, diverse cultures and legendary hospitality, Man Singh Group Hotels has been bringing to you luxurious comfort at the royal, historic cities of Agra, Ajmer and Jaipur, namely, Man Singh Palace Agra, Hotel Man Singh Jaipur, Man Singh Palace Ajmer, and Man Singh Towers Jaipur.

The Man Singh Group of Hotels offers accommodation which features to the best of the modern and the traditional, with the centrally air-conditioned guestrooms having elegant interiors that have immaculately blended the traditional Indian architecture of temples, mausoleums and homes, and state-of-the-art modern amenities like satellite television, percolators and wireless Internet Connections.

The Man Singh hotels offer you cuisines ranging from Continental to Chinese and local Indian dishes that would make your dining experience unforgettable. Work out your taste buds with the Continental, Chinese, Mughlai & Rajasthani delicacies offered at the Sheesh Mahal restaurant at Man Singh Palace, Ajmer.

Conference & Banqueting Facilities: The Man Singh hotels have provision for a business conference and banqueting facilities, aided with the latest audio-visual equipment. Other facilities: To suit your entire family, the Man Singh hotels have special packages to make your stay at the hotels memorable. That apart, there are amenities like childcare, a foreign currency exchange desk, etc.

Neemrana Hotels

Neemrana Hotels which is located 122 km from New Delhi, Neemrana derived its name from the brave local chieftain Nimola Meo, who when defeated by the Chauhans, pleaded that his name is given to his lost kingdom. Nestled in the Aravalli Hills of Rajasthan’s Alwar district, Neemrana is nothing short of a paradise during the winter months. Located in Neemrana are the heritage hotels of the Neemrana Group, offering a unique blend of royal experience and rich hospitality.

There are 11 Neemrana hotels i.e., The Hill Fort Kesroli, Neemrana Fort Palace, Bungalow on the Beach, Hotel De L’Orient, The Ramgarh Bungalows, The Verandah in the Forest, Villa Potipatti, Wallwood Garden, The Piramal Haveli, The Pataudi Place, and The Glasshouse of the Ganges.

The Neemrana group of Hotels feature the best of the modern and the traditional, with the centrally air-conditioned guestrooms being decorated with elegant interiors, and provision for state-of-the-art modern amenities like satellite television, percolators and wireless Internet Connections. The Neemrana hotels offer you cuisines ranging from Continental to Chinese and local Indian dishes that would make your dining experience unforgettable. At the Neemrana FortPalace alone there are 8 eat-outs, specializing either in Breakfast or Lunch/Dinner or Snacks.

Conference & Banqueting Facilities: The Neemrana hotels have provision for exquisite business conference facilities, aided with the latest audio-visual equipment. Other facilities: To suit your entire family, as well as the business traveller, Neemrana hotels have special packages to make your stay at the hotels memorable. Besides, there are amenities like childcare, foreign currency exchange, travel desk, and so on.

Peerless Group of Hotels

The Peerless Group of Hotels is just the perfect address you would wish to have if you are in search of legendary Indian hospitality. At the height of luxury, this famous chain of hotels provides comfort that is guaranteed to satisfy. The accommodation facilities provided at the Peerless group of Hotels provides travellers with comfort at rates that are extremely affordable.

The Peerless Group of Hotels offer world-class dining facilities. These include multi-cuisine as well as speciality cuisine restaurants in addition to other eating joints such as bars, coffee shops and confectioneries. Banquet and conference facilities are also available at the Peerless Group of Hotels. The facilities are accompanied by hi-tech gadgets that can really make a difference in your event.

Sarovar Park Plaza Hotels

India is a tourist’s paradise, possessing within herself almost everything that encourages visitors. Whether it is the majestic beauty of her mountains or the magnetic attraction of her seas, India is a land of never-ending mysteries. Coupled to these are the inviting options of accommodation that surrounds almost all nooks and corners of the country.

An important role in the provision of these accommodation facilities is provided by chains of hotels like the Sarovar Park Plaza Hotels. Owned by the Sarovar Hotels & Resorts, the group consists of 28 hotels scattered all across India and also oversees. The world-class luxuries of the Sarovar Park Plaza Hotels are available in the cities like Agra, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Chennai etc.

Sinclair Group of Hotels

With its commitment to provide ―The good life‖ to its guests, the four Sinclairs hotels and a resort top the accommodation choice of leisure and business travellers alike. The informal and relaxed air of the Sinclair Group of Hotels is as therapeutic for the jaded vacationer as the efficient Conference and corporate-specific facilities ensure smooth operation of the business for its Executive guests.

While the Hotel’s Conference and Banquet halls are a prime choice of venue for meetings, conferences, seminars, social gatherings and private functions, the speciality cuisine served at its restaurants are a rage with tourists and locals alike. Located amidst the spoilt stretches of Nature in Darjeeling, Siliguri, Port Blair, Ooty and Chalsa, each Sinclairs hotel is a holidaymaker’s paradise.

The Hospitality team at the Sinclair Group of Hotels caters to every specific need of their valued guests from the moment they book themselves in one of the hotels. For an experience of a lifetime check in at the Sinclair Group of Hotels and let nature heal your mind, body and soul as they recuperate from the bruises of a hectic lifestyle- the side effect of overdevelopment.

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