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Category Archives for Hospitality.
Hyatt has just announced the go-live of their partnership with Small Luxury Hotels of the World. We enlist for you how the partnership works, and how you can earn and burn your points. Not just that, all about the elusive Category 8 hotels.
The InterContinental Hotel Group increases its footprint in India by adding 14 hotels under the Holiday Inn Express brand across 11 major cities in India in partnership with SAMHI. To celebrate this, they are giving away 1000 IHG Rewards Club points when you book.
Planning on booking a IHG hotel stay in India any time soon? Pay a little bit more to avail buffet breakfast and earn 2000 bonus IHG points a night!
The Taj Group currently has an impressive portfolio of 145 hotels under their Taj, Gateway, Vivanta and Ginger brands. The Taj Group has seen quite a few strategies lately. Are they going to become India’s most revered hotel group again? Let’s find out.
ITC took over Park Hyatt Goa on September 19, 2018, and has renamed it as ITC Grand Goa. It is 252 key hotel with 6 restaurants. It is now bookable.
Hyatt has 821 hotels around the globe. It has 28 properties in India. Hyatt has been for a long time looking to expand its portfolio significantly by taking over Hospitality groups. Hyatt has bought Two Road Hospitality for USD 480 million. Two Roads Hospitality has a portfolio of close to 100 hotels under Alila, Destination, Joie de Vivre, Thomson, tommie and some affiliate hotels.
Read how a peaceful cruise trip turned into a nightmare when 1300 Indian men decided to throw one hell of a buck party on the ship, bringing in dancers and their own food.
Soon, you’ll have even more options to choose from for your next vacation in Kochi & Goa. Marriott International plans to bring the Tribute Portfolio and Delta Hotels brand to India soon.
Oasis was Hyatt’s answer to Airbnb and HomeAway. And in just over a year, the Oasis/Hyatt partnership has ended. You’ll no longer be able to earn miles or book redemptions using World of Hyatt.
After three unsuccessful auctions, we finally know that IHCL which own the Taj brand gets to operate the Taj Mansingh for another 33 years.