Schneider

Search Results


Results

1 - 10 Results of 10

1.IHC to invest Rs 100 crore to manage hotels

India Hospitality Corp will invest Rs 100 crore to manage 10 hotels of real estate firm Entertainment World that are supposed to be begin operations by 2011.


2.Muthoot to expand with 2 more resorts

Muthoot Leisure and Hospitality Services (MLHS) plans to expand its business by adding two more resorts within a span of 15-24 months.


3.Uttar Pradesh

Real estate in Uttar Pradesh, the fifth largest state in India, is booming.


4.Ferrari World

This desert marvel in Yas Island, Dubai, is a leisure park that sets new standards in amusement, and architecture.


5.Crowne Plaza

With a lobby ceiling height of 40 ft, Crowne Plaza will be one of the tallest buildings in Asia's second largest sub city, Rohini, New Delhi.


6.Shangri-La ends hotel contract

Shangri-La, the Hong Kong-based hospitality chain has terminated the management contract with asset owner Pallazzio Hotel and Leisure, the subsidiary of Phoenix Mills.


7.Shangri-La ends hotel contract

Shangri-La, the Hong Kong-based hospitality chain has terminated the management contract with asset owner Pallazzio Hotel and Leisure, the subsidiary of Phoenix Mills.


8.Check In

Indian hospitality sector, after battling low occupancies and poor room rates in the recent years, seems set for rejuvenation with high hopes from the new government. SHRIYAL SETHUMADHAVAN explores solutions for the industry and suggestions for the policy makers.


9.OYO Rooms to expand to 1,500 plus rooms in east India

OYO Rooms is targeting over 1,500 rooms in east India by the end of the year with 150 partner properties. The branded budget hotel network had started operations in Kolkata in April this year by adding over 300 rooms in 30 partner hotels. The company is targetting both leisure and business travellers.


10.GURGAON goes smart with free WiFi zones

A year after it was announced, MCG is finally making four spots in the city WiFi zones in the first phase of the project being launched.