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Address Rajputpara, Opp. Nandani Laboratory, Trikon Baug Chowk, Rajkot, Gujarat 360001.
Phone (+91)-7490-98-98-98
Rajputpara, Opp. Nandani Laboratory, Trikon Baug Chowk, Rajkot, Gujarat 360001.

A chain of distinguished and independently owned 3/4 star true value hotels inns and resorts, each with its own unique personality, artful furnishing and locations. Orange Group of Hotels offers luxurious accommodations at budget prices for the discerning business traveler. A warm ambience and an array of memorable touches served by a team of dedicated professionals to make the stay more memorable!

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Indian Hotels Sector Analysis Report

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Tourism has now become a significant industry in India. It is a sun rise industry, an employment generator, a significant source of foreign exchange for the country. Tourism in India is the third largest foreign exchange earner of the country. The booming tourism industry has had a cascading effect on the hospitality sector with an increase in the occupancy ratios and average room rates. As per world travel and tourism Council (WTTC), India is one of the favorite tourist destinations from the year 2009 and will continue to be one of the favorite till 2018. Further, the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report by World Economic Forum, has ranked India at the sixth place in tourism and hospitality. The tourism and hospitality sector is among the top 10 sectors in India to attract the highest Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). According to the data released by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), the hotel and tourism sector attracted around US$ 9.2 billion of FDI between April 2000 and March 2016. The Indian government has also taken several steps to make India a global tourism hub. The government has initiated ‘Project Mausam’ under which it has proposed to establish cross cultural linkages and to revive historic maritime cultural and economic ties with 39 Indian Ocean countries. Further, the government plans to cover 150 countries under e-visa scheme by the end of the year. The government has also introduced e-Tourist Visa (e-TV) for 150 countries as against the earlier coverage of 113 countries (source: Ministry of Tourism). The hotel industry in India thrives largely due to the growth in tourism and travel. Due to the increase in tourism with rising foreign and domestic tourists, hotel sector is bound to grow. There is an emergence of budget hotels in India to cater to the majority of the population who seek affordable stay. International companies are also increasingly looking at setting up such hotels. Imbalance in increase in tourists both domestic and foreign not been supported with equal number of rooms is a latent source of opportunity for growth.