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Hotel Industry in India

Hotel Industry in India

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INDIA’S HOTEL INDUSTRY Presented By

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Abhishek Kumar Niranjan
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Email Address: niranjanabhishek1@gmail.com School: ICBM-SBE ,Hyderabad, India - Career Goals: Obtain master in marketing and CEO at multi national company

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AGENDA       Introduction Evolution of the Sector Key Products Key Players Contribution to the Economy in terms of GDP Future of the Sector .

driven by increasing numbers of business and tourist arrivas.  one of its rare sustained growth Trends Boom in the economy .Introduction India's hotel industry is experiencing an boom.

8 Billion USD 2.Overview of industry Size of the Hotel Industry Share of premium segment in the overall hotel market (2008) Expected growth rate from 2008 to 2009 Rooms Current Supply Rooms Current Demand USD 3.3 Billion 12 percent About 110.000 hotels rooms About 150.000 hotels rooms .

. ITC Hotels. Kamat Hotels. Bharat Hotels. Oberoi Hotels.Key players        Indian Hotels. Leela Ventures. ITDC.

Heritage Classic & Heritage Basic . 1 Star. 4 Star. Heritage Category Hotels: Heritage Grand.Category       Star Category Hotels: 5 Star Deluxe. 2 Star. 3 Star.

SWOT ANALYSIS STRENTHS •India`s Rich culture heritage •Government support •Demand – supply Gap •Tourists WEAKNESS •Poor support infrastructure OPPORTUNITIES • Rising income •Open sky benefits •New business opportunities THREATS • Event risk •Competition •Taxation •Terrorism .

Prices has increased from 1. The manpower requirements will increase from 7 million in 2002 to 15 million by 2010 Already.2per cent in FY2000 to 1. . more than 50 international budget hotel chains are moving into India to stake their turf . The foreign tourist : From 2.29 million in 1996 to 3.92 million in 2005.5per cent in FY2005.Evaluation      Prior to the 1980s: it was a slow-growing industry now it is booming .

222.49 billion in FY2005.Contribution to the Economy in terms of GDP   GDP from hotels and restaurants has increased from Rs.3 billion in 2008 .65 billion in FY2000 to Rs. 335. The market size of Hotel industry has more than doubled from about USD 1 billion in 2004 to USD 2.

  The tourism sector is expected to perform very well in future and the industry offers an interesting investment opportunity for longterm investors.The Engine of Growth Tourist boom  The tourism traffic has been growingbetween 20-28 % every year for the last four years . The constant boom and the resultant demand-supply mismatch has led to sharp increases in the average room rates and thus pushing up revenues of industry players. .

The good times for the Indian hospitality industry are here to stay. with top-end hotels experiencing high room occupancy rates even in the lean season. There was an increase of 15 % in the number of international tourist arrivals in India and 14 % in the foreign exchange earnings in the first quarter of 2006 as compared to the same period last year. .   The non-luxury segment in particular has been perking up with more and more investors spotting the demand supply imbalance. The Future Growth Hospitality experts believe that the Indian hotel industry will witness higher than usual growth in the coming peak season. surge in domestic travel and growth in spending among middle-class Indians.

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