Hotels in India - May 2016
“The Indian hotel market is clearly not over-supplied. Quality branded rooms supply should grow from about 112,300 in 2014/15 to almost 146,500 by 2019/20 – an increase of some 30%. It would seem likely and indeed desirable from an economic standpoint for India’s small domestic players to join forces, either amongst themselves, or through tie-ups with larger international partners in order to gain critical mass and be able to benefit from economies of scale.”
Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst
This report looks at the following areas:
How will the current economic, geopolitical and regulatory environment impact India’s hotel sector?
What has been the recent trend in arrivals, overnights and rates at Indian hotels by major city?
What is the breakdown of India’s hotel capacity in terms of region and grade?
Which are the main Indian hotel groups and what is the nature of their hotel portfolios?
How extensive is the presence of foreign hotel chains in India?
Which regions and which hotel segments show the greatest potential for future development?
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