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1.Gateway Hotels plans expansion in Mumbai

Gateway Hotels, a part of Taj Hotels and Resorts, plans to build its second hotel in Mumbai in association with Sunshine Housing Pvt Ltd.


2.Taj Group to have 5-star hotel in Guwahati

Taj Group recently launched the five-star, Rs 90-crore Taj Vivanta hotel over 4.5 acre in Guwahati.


3.Speciality Restaurants to invest Rs 150 cr

Speciality Restaurants Private Ltd, which runs restaurant chains like Mainland China, Sigree, Oh! Calcutta, Machan and Flame and Grill, is planning to invest around Rs 150 crore to expand its flagship brand Mainland China to over 100 outlets in the next two years from the present 32.


4.The Westin Pune Koregaon Park

With its well-equipped guest rooms, six multi-cuisine restaurants and a 24-hour fitness centre, the hotel is the perfect destination to refuel, replenish and refresh.


5.Sagar Ratna plans 100 new outlets

Sagar Ratna Hotels, a Delhi-based company running the Sagar Ratna chain of restaurants in northern India, is all set to increase its footprints pan India.


6.Be floored!

Notion recently launched its laminate flooring series - Loft, Suite, Studio, and Basal - offering luxury flooring solutions for businesses, restaurants and homes in chrome, oiled, silk matt and brushed laminate finishes, etc.


7.McDonalds franchisee to become subsidiary of Westlife

Hardcastle Restaurants (HRPL), the master franchise for the south and west operations of McDonald’s restaurants will become a full fledged subsidiary of Westlife Development, a listed company and part of Mumbai based BL Jatia family.


8.McDonalds opens its restaurant in Kerala's Kochi

In Kerala's Kochi, leading global foodservice retailer McDonald's on March 14 opened its first restaurant at Edapally. With this launch, McDonald's reaffirms its promise to expand and grow in the southern states, Amit Jatia, vice-chairman, Hardcastle Restaurants (HRPL), a Master Franchisee for West and South India operations of McDonald's Restaurants said on March 14.


9.Delhi Aerocity: Hospitality Hit

Plagued by security concerns and a lack of clarity and coordination between concerned government agencies, the Delhi Aerocity project has failed to take off as planned, leading to immense time and cost overruns for the hospitality players involved


10.Room for more

India's hospitality sector has long prided itself on the application of the ancient Sanskrit dictum Athithi devo bhava - the guest is God - but seems to have somehow fallen woefully short in the numbers department.