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2015 was the tipping point for alternate stay market: Stayzilla

INTERVIEW Online marketplace for budget hotel, homestay and peer to peer rental bookings Stayzilla saw 2015 as the tipping point for the alternate stay market in India....

‘Domestic travellers will shape the Indian travel market’

United Kingdom based hotel group InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) over 710,000 rooms and 4,800 hotels across nearly 100 countries. In India, the group has...

‘Luxury quotient in India is strong’

DELHI New luxury resort opens. New luxury hotel to open soon. Such headlines have been in the news quite often of late. A number of new...

‘God’s own country’ aims higher in 2015

DELHI Most state tourism boards would sacrifice their most lucrative spots to be in Kerala's shoes as a tourism destination. Already one of the most aspirational...

Starwood’s Tribute to independent travellers

DELHI It's the first new brand by Starwood in nearly a decade. And it promises to reward independence in travel. For sure, four star independence....

Will discuss cap on fares with airlines this week: Sharma

he government has often raised concern over "predatory" pricing of air tickets, but has abstained from taking any step to check it yet. Tourism...

Getting a million passengers a year not difficult for us

KOLKATA The country’s first private greenfield airport, Durgapur’s Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport (KNIA), developed by Bengal Aerotropolis (BAPL), which began its operations on May 18,...

Vistara takes innovative routes to growth

DELHI Indian aviation is hardly the most profitable of businesses, yet the potential is immense too. India is slated to be the third largest aviation...
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All set for SATTE 2015

DELHI Annually, at the end of January, representatives and stakeholders of the travel and tourism sector gather in Delhi to meet, discuss, market their wares -...

TRENDS 2015: Hotels must have free wifi: RoomsTonite

DELHI With a greater number of inbound tourists expected in 2015, the hospitality sector is anticipating better days ahead. However changes such as more homestays,...