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INDIAS HOTEL INDUSTRY

Presented by-
Partha Biswas
INTRODUCTION
The word hotel is derived from the French htel (coming from
hte meaning host), which referred to a French version of a
townhouse or any other building seeing frequent visitors, rather
than a place offering accommodation.
INDIAS HOTEL INDUSTRY
India's hotel industry is experiencing a boom, driven by increasing numbers of
business and tourist arrivals.

OVERVIEW
110,000 rooms
4.4 million tourists
visited India last year and at
current trend, demand will
soar to 10 million in 2010 -
to accommodate 350
million domestic travelers.
OVERVIEW

India ranks 18th in business travel and will be among the top 5 in this
decade.
Benefits of hotel Industries

Travel & Tourism activity was hit hard by the global slump, with
Travel & Tourism Economy GDP contracting by 4.8% in 2009.
Even so, the sector worldwide still provided over 235 million
jobs last year.
Travel & Tourisms recovery - like that of the world economy -
is expected to be a gradual one. After growth of just 0.5% in
2010, Travel & Tourism Economy GDP is likely to grow by
3.2% in 2011, with momentum building from the second half of
2010 and into next year.

Bed
Cupboard
Air conditioning
En-suite bathrooms
Telephone
Mini-bar
Swimming pool (Guest
facility)
Restaurant (Guest facility)
Childcare (Guest facility)

5 Star/Grand Heritage Hotels/Deluxe
resorts (Deluxe)
4 Star (Superior)
3 Star/Heritage Hotels/Resorts (First
Class)
2 Star/ (Moderate)
Budget Hotel/Motel (Economy)



COMPARISION OF FTA OVER YEARS
Comparison chart
Rate chart
Average Occupancy by City
TOP 10 HOTELS IN INDIA
Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai.
Leela Palace Bangalore
Trident Hilton Gurgaon
Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur
Leela Kempinski Mumbai
The Four Seasons, Mumbai
Rambagh Palace Hotel, Jaipur
Imperial Hotel, New Delhi
Taj Coromandel Chennai
Mayura, New Delhi



TAJ GROUP OF HOTELS
The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) and its subsidiaries are
collectively known as Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces and is recognized as
one of Asia's largest and finest hotel companies.
Incorporated by the founder of the Tata Group, Mr. Jamsetji N. Tata, the company
opened its first property, The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Bombay in 1903. The Taj, a
symbol of Indian hospitality, completed its centenary year in 2003.
60 Hotels (in India)
In 45 Locations
15 International
Hotels (Malaysia, United
Kingdom, United States of
America, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa,
the Middle East and Australia)
Taj (luxury full-service
hotels, resorts and palaces)
Taj Safaris
Taj Exotica
Ginger (economy hotels)
The Gateway Hotel
(upscale/mid-market full
service hotels and resorts)
Upper Upscale Hotels
(full-service hotels and
resorts)




TAJ INNER CIRCLE
If you often stay or dine at the Taj, the Taj
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frequent guest at the Taj you will earn points and enjoy
a host of exciting benefits when you use our services
around the world.
2010 2020
Gross Domestic
Product (GDP)
9.2% (US$5,751 bn) 9.6% (US$11,151 bn)
Real GDP growth 0.5% (-4.8% in 2009) 4.4%
Employment 8.1%, 235,758,000
Jobs
9.2% , 303,019,000
Jobs
Investment

9.2% (US$1,241 bn) 9.4% (US$2,757 bn)

Source : WTTC
Feature Hotel Industries




INDIAS
POSITION
2020
Economic GDP 8 330.1 US$bn, 8.5%
Direct Industry
GDP
8 110.6 US$bn
Economy
Employment
2 58,141,000 jobs
Direct Industry
Employment
2 20,914,900 jobs
T & T Demand 8 431.7 US$bn, 9.2%
Capital
Investment
4 109.3 US$bn, 9.4%
Source : WTTC
ESTIMATES & FORECASTS OF INDIA
conclusion