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Louvre Hotels Group inaugurates Kyriad in Mumbai (India)

siliconreview Louvre Hotels Group inaugurates Kyriad in Mumbai (India)

The world’s fifth largest international hotel group, Louvre Hotels Group launched Kyriad, its famous hotel brand in Mumbai, India recently. Kyriad in Mumbai is a part of the company’s expansion plans throughout the entire Indian sub-continent. “With 50 years’ experience down the line in the hospitality industry and to build on its extensive Indian presence is our further goal,” said Saurabh Chawla, global Chief Development Officer, Louvre Hotels Group. The company understands that India is a rapidly flourishing market and it is a perfect location for leisure and business tourism.

By the end of 2019, Louvre Hotels Group targets to launch 15 more hotels in the country. Kyriad is already present across eight locations in India including Bangalore, Pune, Chennai, Kolhapur, Vijayapura, Hubli, Kumbakonam, and Goa. Some of the top brands of Louvre Hotels Group are Royal Tulip, Golden Tulip, Sarovar and Tulip Inn. The hotel group holds a rank in the highest number of rooms and it has more than 120 hotels all over the world.

Another company that deserves the credit for the efforts in the expansion is Orange Tiger Hospitality Private Limited (OTHPL). The company is known to manage hotels and affluent clubs. OTHPL focuses on operations and works to improve efficiency, balance sales contributions etc. Their partnership is a blend of like-minded professionals as quoted by Chawla.

With eight hotels already running in the country and another ten in the line, it is sure to create its own space in the Indian hospitality market.

 

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