Post-COVID, travelers' interest in alternative accommodation products such as homestays and villa rentals has increased, intensifying the competition between hotels and alternative accommodations. Continue reading to learn more.
In the last few years, international and domestic hotel chains have launched soft brands in the Indian hotel market, giving owners more flexibility in design and other brand standards. Read on to know more.
Despite its breathtaking natural beauty and tourist attractions, northeast India attracts a negligible number of visitors. Large-scale infrastructure development and other initiatives are expected to help turn things around in the future. Continue reading to learn more.
Remote work has opened several new avenues for hotels, including new customer segments and ancillary revenue streams. However, with most companies across industries now getting back to a hybrid or full work-from-office model, will these concepts continue to grow?
This report highlights the key trends in the Indian hospitality industry in 2021 along with the sector performance metrics, brand signings, and brand openings during the year. It also provides our outlook for the sector for 2022.
Unlike in mature hotel markets where transaction activity has been regaining ground, hotel transactions in India have not witnessed the surge which was expected on account of the stress caused by COVID.
Caravan tourism, a well-established niche segment of experiential tourism globally, is still at a nascent stage in India. Collaborative efforts by government agencies and industry stakeholders can help this segment become a success.
Green hotel construction has been gaining traction globally in recent years as hotel companies strive to achieve their sustainability objectives. A similar trend is visible in India as well, but the acceptance is still slow compared to other nations.
The Indian hospitality industry has long struggled with a shortage of trained workforce. Several factors and perceptions have contributed to this, and the situation is expected to worsen post the pandemic.
Jammu & Kashmir has seen a significant increase in tourist traffic since the region's lockdown was lifted, however, the region is still largely unexplored with the potential to become a year-round tourist destination.