Tuesday, November 6, 2012

India Will Soon Add To the Choice of Hotel Options for Tourists

In few years to come, travellers booking tickets deals on flights scheduled to land in India will have a host of added options as far as accommodation is concerned. In an endeavour to tap the flourishing Indian hospitality sector, major players of the global hospitality industry are making a foray in the country.

Much to the delight of visitors booking tickets on international flights connecting South India, Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts have already announced to open the gates of their first Indian venture in Kerala, sometime in 2013. Banyan Tree Kerala will feature 59 all-pool villas fitted with all the possible luxuries and amenities to entertain luxury seekers who spend lavishly on tickets for premium class flights and look for 5 star accommodation options in India.  

Lebua Hotels & Resorts, Thailand-based luxury brand, is yet another brand that seems to be on an expansion spree in India, after the successful launch of its first property in Indian capital, Delhi. The Thai hospitality group is all set to launch its second 14-room, 40-villa property to tap the ever increasing influx of luxury seekers spending on tickets deals on flights connecting Goa.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation, the worldwide premium accommodation brand, is the next on the list to join the bandwagon. Hyatt Corporation is planning to launch Park Hyatt in the city of Chennai after the successful launch of its premier property in Hyderabad. Though cheap may not be the apt word to describe Park Hyatt retreats, it may turn out to be the most apt choice for discerning sybarites who look to extract the best value for their money spent on flights tickets and accommodation deals.

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