Hotel & Resort Chains in India

One of the problems facing travellers in India is the absence of well-known branded Hotel Chains across the country. Even though HolidayIQ has been able to find about 75 odd ‘chains’ (and I must admit, our definition of Chains is quite loose, since any organisation with 2 or more properties under its management is defined as a Chain), all of these between them control a negligible portion of the total number of leisure accommodation options there are.

Take a look at the list here.

I wish the more prominent ones such as Taj Hotels, Fortune Park Hotels, ITC Hotels, Lemon Tree, Club Mahindra etc would rapidly expand and get more Indian hotels and resorts under their wing. It is needed for India’s tourism to go to the next level.


3 thoughts on “Hotel & Resort Chains in India

  1. I’ll have to disagree with this to some extent. While I know what to expect from a hotel chain as they have certain standards per se, I see some excellent one off hotels doing a fabulous job of service as well as the decor/layout. Case in point being resorts such as Riverview at Chiplun, Tranquil at Kerela…..

    The experience of staying in such places is like exploring a mystery. It’s magical. I think the Indian domestic holidayer has evolved enough to explore such places. Also, the overheads at chains would make them out of reach for a whole lot of junta.

  2. We have a very beautiful site suitable for resort in Dehradun Near Masoorie in India.

    We are intending to sell the entire land and also open for JV development.

    We can built 80-200 Rooms property on this site.

    If anyone interested then please let me know.

    Best Regards,

    Vinay Garg
    SubhSantosh Resorts & Spa Pvt. Ltd.

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