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Indian Hotels’ stock investors have decent view, but large upside may be capped | Mint

Live Mint 26 Sep 2022
In an investor meeting hosted by Jefferies India, the Indian Hotels’ management said occupancies in Q2FY23 are trending closer to Q1FY23 ... In view of this, the ... To be sure, the sharp appreciation in Indian Hotels’ stock price suggests meaningful upsides could well be capped hereon.

Omicron impact: Travel sector likely to see 50-60% plunge in business

Live Mint 14 Jan 2022
This data captures Indian travellers checking into hotels within India and abroad ... KB Kachru, vice president of the association and chairman emeritus and principal advisor for South Asia, Radisson Hotel Group said almost 50% of demand has been impacted in the first two weeks of January especially in hotels in major metro cities.

Some restaurants reopen, but customers stay away

The Times of India 09 Jun 2020
Restaurants in Chennai gave preference to takeaway services over dine-in as businesses resumed on Monday after more than 70 days ... “We expected 200 to 300 visitors for fine dine-in on Monday ... M Ravi, president of The Chennai Hotels Association, said that 10% of additional restaurants were reopened for fine dine-in on Monday.

How a four-star hotel in Indian-held Kashmir became a political prison

South China Morning Post 22 Sep 2019
The hotel, spread across 13 acres of land in the Kashmir Valley, also boasted round-the-clock protection with “three tiers” of security, including the… ...

Delhi hotel fire: Nine dead in huge blaze at high-rise hotel in Indian capital

The Independent 12 Feb 2019
At least nine people have died after a major fire broke out on the top floor of a large hotel in central Delhi.

Deadly fire engulfs hotel in Indian capital

Press TV 12 Feb 2019
At least 17 people died on Tuesday as a fire tore through a budget hotel in Delhi before dawn, in the latest disaster to raise concerns over fire safety in India. The fire broke out at the Hotel Arpit Palace in a congested part of central Delhi, with images showing it engulfing the entire top floor.

Maha govt#39;s proposal to convert INS Viraat into museum/hotel given in-principle nod: Sitharaman

Moneycontrol 31 Dec 2018
INS Viraat was decommissioned last year after 30 years with the Indian Navy ... "Proposal of Government of Maharashtra regarding conversion of INS Viraat, post decommissioning, as a museum/hotel has been approved in-principle," she said. INS Viraat was decommissioned last year after 30 years with the Indian Navy.

The Kardashians' Interior Designer Creates a Luxury Hotel in Indian Wells

The Hollywood Reporter 02 Jul 2018
But he’s outdone himself with the new Sands Hotel & Spa in Indian Wells, taking it from “nondescript ‘60s building” to desert hot spot with a distinct Moroccan flavor inspired by the one architectural standout of the original structure ... In true Bullard ...

Four Seasons Maldives Resort Awarded “Best Hotel in Indian Ocean” KHC owns a 47.5% stake in the Four Seasons

Public Technologies 06 Jun 2017
The Four Seasons Maldives Resort at Landaa Giraavaru was awarded 'Best Hotel in Indian Ocean' in the 2016 Gallivanter's Guide ... Original documenthttp.//

INS Viraat to go the IMS Vikrant ‘scrap’ way?

The Times of India 02 Dec 2016
Though the Andhra Pradesh government is keen to convert INS Viraat, the oldest aircraft carrier operated by the Indian Navy, into a 500-room hotel or resort, it did not come forward with a bid to acquire her after the formal decommissioning, which is tentatively scheduled for January 2017.

US awaits this Indian antique smuggler

Deccan Herald 02 Aug 2015
The 30 or so guests enjoying spring rolls and white wine were gathered in a small third-floor gallery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to celebrate Subhash Kapoor, a convivial Manhattan art dealer who had donated 58 miniature drawings of Indian aristocrats, deities and beasts.

'We were shelter homes for Indians in Djibouti'

The Times of India 21 Apr 2015
All the hotels were full and the two ships provided shelter for most of the Indians, before they were rescued by flight and the INS Sumitra from Yemen," said Cmdr (retd) K Balakrishnan, captain of MV Kavaratti ... in Djibouti there was a lot of local support for Indians," he said.

Walk-ins reduce as cars zoom past: Under the over, it's no longer business as usual

The Times of India 06 Sep 2014
Until the Lalbaug flyover opened three years ago, Udupi hotels under it used to be some of the busiest places, recalls Prakash Shetty of Indian Hotels and Restaurants Association. "There was a lot of pedestrian traffic in that area but since there are fewer walk-ins now, they have ...

Hotel in Indian desert world's most extraordinary stay: Lonely Planet

Canoe 19 Feb 2014
And according to editors of , the mirage-like oasis takes the top spot as the most exceptional and memorable hotel experience in the world, outranking a mountain lodge in Tasmania, a spherical suite in the rainforests of British Columbia, and a treehouse in Laos.

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