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one domestic and one international hotels chains and history

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one domestic and one international hotels chains and history

  1. 1. Introduction  Name:- Aftab ansari  Course:- HTCS  Batch:- E3(2014-2015)  Assessors name :- mrs. Sefali  Center:- Shimla
  2. 2.  I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my teacher MS mrs. Sefali mam who gave me the golden opportunity to do this wonderful project on the topic hospitality , which also helped me in doing a lot of Research and I came to know about so many new things I am really thankful to them. Secondly I would also like to thank my brother and friends who helped me a lot in finishing this project within the limited time. I am making this project not only for marks but to also increase my knowledge . THANKS AGAIN TO ALL WHO HELPED ME.
  3. 3. The Park Hotels The Park Hotels is a collection of contemporary luxury five-star boutique hotels in India belonging to the Apeejay Surrendra Group, headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. These hotels are located in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Navi Mumbai, New Delhi, Visakhapatnam, Goa and Vembanad Lake, Kerala Backwaters. New properties are under construction in Kochi, Kolkata (E.M. Bypass), Pune, Coimbatore and Jaipur.
  4. 4. Amongst these, The Park Kolkata was awarded the "National Tourism Award" (2003–04) for outstanding performance as the Best Boutique Hotel in the country by the Department of Tourism, Government of India.[4] The Park Bangalore has been designed by Terence Conran.
  5. 5. List of The Park Hotels in India City/location Hotel Name Rooms Opening Date Bangalore The Park Bangalore 109 2001 Chennai The Park, Chennai 214 15 May 2002 Chennai The Park POD Chennai 20 2009 Hyderabad The Park Hyderabad 268 2010 Kolkata The Park Kolkata 149 1 November 1967 New Delhi The Park New Delhi 220 1987 Navi Mumbai The Park Navi Mumbai 80 2007 Visakhapatnam The Park Visakhapatnam 66 1968 Goa The Park Calangute Goa 30 2011 Kerala The Park Vembanad Lake 10 2009
  6. 6. History  The hotel business was started by Surrendra Paul in 1967, with the opening of the Group's first hotel, The Park, a 150 room hotel on the fashionable Park Street in Kolkata, on 1 November; the hotel at Visakhapatnam was added in 1968, while The Park New Delhi commenced operations in 1987. After the death of Surrendra Paul, his daughter Priya Paul succeeded him in 1990. Subsequently The Park Bangalore was added in 2000, while The Park Chennai was commissioned in 2002.  The Park New Delhi, took up the restoration of the 1724 built astronomical observatory , Jantar Mantar, in 2000, after an MoU with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).  In 2006, Forbes, listed "Atrium" in The Park Kolkata, with its menu designed by Italian chef Antonio Carluccio, amongst India's top 10 Most Expensive Restaurants. In 2010, The Independent, listed The Park Hyderabad amongst its list of "100 holiday ideas for 2010"
  7. 7. References "The Park Hotels buys second hotel in Maharashtra". Business Standard. 19 February 2008. "Business hotel chains use tech to cut costs, keep customers". Mint (newspaper). 18 June 2007. "Priya Paul, the force behind Park Hotels". Rediff Money. 23 July 2005. "Tourism award for The Park". Business Line. 28 Jan 2005. "Aquazone at the Park Hotel, Bangalore, India". London: The Telegraph. 9 Nov 2009. Retrieved 25 May 2010. "The First Lady of boutique". Express Hospitality (Indian Express Group). 16–31 March 2006. "Innovating constantly...". Business Line. 18 Jan 2003. "Reviving the magic of Jantar Mantar". Indian Express. 22 October 2000. Saabira Chaudhuri (2006-12-18). "International Dining: India's Most Expensive Restaurants". Forbes. Kinsman, Juliet (3 January 2010). "100 holiday ideas for 2010: Hotels". London: The Independent. Retrieved 25 May 2010
  8. 8. The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel  The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel is a five-star hotel located in the Colaba region of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, next to the Gateway of India.  Part of the Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces, this hotel is considered the flagship property of the group and contains 560 rooms and 44 suites. There are some 1,500 staff including 35 butlers. From a historical and architectural point of view, the two buildings that make up the hotel, the Taj Mahal Palace and the Tower are two distinct buildings, built at different times and in different architectural designs.  The hotel, which many claim offers the highest level of service in India, has hosted many notable guests, from presidents to captains of industry and stars of show business.
  9. 9. History The hotel's original building was commissioned by Tata and first opened its doors to guests on 16 December 1903.  It is widely believed that Jamsedji Tata decided to build the hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Watson's Hotel, as it was restricted to "whites only". However, this story has been challenged by some commentators that suggest that Tata was unlikely to have been concerned with 'revenge' against his British adversaries. Instead they suggest that the Taj was built at the urging of editor of The Times of India who felt a hotel "worthy of Bombay" was needed.  The Taj Mahal Tower, an additional wing of the hotel, was opened in 1973. It was designed by Melton Bekker.
  10. 10.  The original Indian architects were Sitaram Khanderao Vaidya and D. N. Mirza, and the project was completed by an English engineer, W. A. Chambers. The builder was Khansaheb Sorabji Ruttonji Contractor who also designed and built its famous central floating staircase. The cost of construction was £250,000 (£127 million today).  During World War I the hotel was converted into a hospital with 600 beds.
  11. 11. In media  William Warren, Jill Gocher (2007). Asia's Legendary Hotels: The Romance of Travel. Singapore: Periplus Editions. ISBN 978-0- 7946-0174-4.  It has also been mentioned in the short story "Sahab Bahadur" by Indian writer Sultan Rashed Mirza, Farhat Ullah Baaaig, and in the novel Delinquent Chacha by Ved Mehta.  It was portrayed as a dream destination for a schoolboy to visit in the Marathi movie Taryanche Bait.[13]  Hotel Grand Palace is the other name for Hotel Taj Mahal. This name has been used by people as a translation of the Hindi version of Taj Mahal, especially by authors. Such authors as Jeffrey Archer have used this term in their novels.  The hotel was the subject of a four-part BBC Two fly on the wall documentary series starting in August 2014, called Hotel India.
  12. 12. International hotel Continent Country Town / City / Location Hotel Name Africa South Africa Cape Town Taj Cape Town Asia India Bangalore The Taj West End Hyderabad Taj Falaknuma Palace Jaipur Rambagh Palace Jodhpur Umaid Bhawan Palace Mumbai The Taj Mahal Palace New Delhi The Taj Mahal Hotel Udaipur Taj Lake Palace Maldives Malé Atoll (South) Taj Exotica Resort & Spa North America USA Boston Taj Boston New York The Pierre
  13. 13. Hotels in IndiaTown / City / Location Brand Hotel Name Agra Gateway The Gateway Hotel - Fatehabad Road Agartala Ginger Ginger Agartala Ahmedabad Gateway The Gateway Hotel - Ummed Ginger Ginger Ahmedabad Aurangabad Vivanta Vivanta By Taj - Aurangabad Bandhavgarh National Park Taj Safari Mahua Kothi Bangalore Luxury The Taj West End Vivanta Vivanta by Taj - M G Road Vivanta by Taj - Whitefield Vivanta by Taj - Yeshwantpur Gateway The Gateway Hotel - Residency Road Ginger Bangalore
  14. 14. Hospitality brands Since the late 2000s, the Taj hotels' group started organising its hotels into different brands, in a market segmentation strategy.  Taj/Taj luxury - The luxury brand is the erstwhile generic brand of the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces. These hotels cover business destinations, landmarks, palaces, resorts and forest destinations. Most of Taj's oldest and most prestigious hotels have been retained under this brand.  Taj Exotica - It is the resort and spa brand of Taj Hotels.  Taj Safaris - The wildlife lodges amidst the Indian national parks and national parks come under this brand label. The brand has modelled on the concept of sustainable eco-tourism.  Vivanta by Taj - Vivanta is a contemporary-luxury hotel brand. The brand caters to an upscale market and is positioned a step below the flagship Taj brand. Vivanta Hotels are found business and vacation destinations as well.

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