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THESIS SYNOPSIS -

FIVE STAR HOTEL


TOPIC

“FIVE STAR HOTEL”

AIM

To design a Five Star Hotel at Mysore ,with a particular style and also which will facilitate
the attraction of foreign and Indian guests and render the services to their highest
satisfactions.

OBJECTIVES

 To create a structure which would reflect a specific architectural style that stands out
and attract the eye of the entire area.
 To design a hotel responding to the site conditions
 To provide visual refreshments.
 To provide the best hospitality, while promoting functional efficiency of space and
circulations.

SCOPE

 The scope of the design is the study of spacing, function, proper circulations and
spaces for services are given utmost importance.
 Design to suite the location and typography of the site.
 Design with respect to New technology and Emerging Needs.

METHODOLOGIES

 Choose a site and gather information on the chosen site regarding climate, soil
quality, lifestyle, trending architecture and economy of the place
 To study various technological developments in the field, and to be incorporated in
the design.
 Energy Efficient Design and Sustainable design.
JUSTIFICATION

Five star hotels, the world over, are meeting-places for the rich and powerful-place which
reverberate with business and politics. The hotel industry has its roots in the past in almost
over country of the world. The development in the hotel industry leads to a major break-
through in the tourism of the country.

The large and increasing flow of tourist coupled with rapidly changing social and cultural life
of Indian community at large has resulted in great demands for hotels. Today India has
about 59000 approved hotel rooms against the requirement of 120000 hotels. By the turn of
the century, it laid emphasis on encouraging private sector investment in developing tourism.

No. of tourists visiting India

 5 million – 2007-2008
 10 million – 2010

The total number of FTA (Foreign Tourist Arrival) to India reached 5.77 million in 2010.

TOURISM INDUSTRY IN KARNATAKA

Karnataka is well known in the country for its natural beauty, historical
significance and social harmony, which have boosted tourism industry. By virtue of
its varied geography and long history, Karnataka hosts numerous spots of interest for
tourists. There is an array of ancient sculptured temples, monuments, modern cities, scenic
hill ranges, unexplored forests and endless beaches. Karnataka has most popular
destination for tourism among the states of India.The state of Karnataka has four revenue
divisions namely Gulbarga, Dharwad,Bangalore and Mysore.Mysore (known as Heritage
City), attracts thousands of traveling public every year.
Mysore is one of the most prominent tourist areas of India. Mysore is also known as the
Palace City of India. The Mysore Palace in the city is the most visited place in India, above
Red Fort, Qutb Minar, and even the Taj Mahal as of 2006. The New York Times recently
listed Mysore as one of the 31 must-see places on Earth for two consecutive years.
SITE SELECTION

Mysore is the tourist hub and base for the entire region including destinations such as
Bandhipur, Ooty, Kabini and Kodagu. Growth in sectors like IT and education in the region
demand for MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) facilities has
increased. The Conventional facilities offered by Infosys are the major conventional facility in
the region.

Mysore being the second largest in Karnataka has only one five star hotel with so much of
tourism and other official activities in that place. I would like to meet the need for hotel
requirement by designing a five star hotel that gives the value and feels of Mysore.

Location : Chamundipuram, Mysore, Karnataka

Total area : 51,000 sq.m (5.2 Hec)


Neighbouring Context :

 Mysore Palace (1.7 km)


 Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens (2 km)
 Karanji Lake Park & Boating (2.1 km )
 JSS University (700m)
 Jayachamaraja Wadiyar Golf Club (1.9 km )

CASE STUDY

1. ITC Grand Chola, Chennai.


2. Leela palace , bangalore
3. The Atlantis, Dubai
4. Taj Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

CONCLUSION

Hence the project is to design a Five Star Hotel with visual refreshments and to strive the
rich cultural heritage, which will attract both foreign and local guests.