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On this World Tourism Day let’s Celebrate Start-ups that will Boost India’s Tourism industry

Raoof Dhanani, Managing Director, Sayaji Hotels

Raoof Dhanani, Managing Director – Sayaji Hotels

Demand for hotels has strengthened after COVID 19 Pandemic. We are witnessing pent up travel demand, determining this to be the best time for hospitality start-ups to boom. Half the startups are backed by venture capitalists whereas the other half are surviving on their existing resources. Hospitality startups have garnered the interest of investors who are betting big on the post-pandemic era. International investors also desire to witness an empowered India as far as nurturing and nourishing new hospitality startups are concerned.

There are a lot of budding startups flourishing in the market to deliver new ideations at reasonable prices providing them an edge. A few of these ideas are cloud based property management software, cloud kitchens, hybrid event organisers, nutritious & healthy food delivery services, last minute room bookings etc.

Many startups saw this current market as an opportunity to emerge as winners. One such winner that stood out from the crowd for me is an app that allows us to book rooms online, gift it to someone via an e-gift voucher, edit and upload hotel pics, videos, reels and get an immediate social media presence. A guest gains credit ranging from 10 % to 20% of their booking amount for this activity. This hospitality venture uses technology in a more effective way for better travel experience. I found this concept extremely impressive for its unique features and user friendly accessibility. It will surely provide an exclusive and enriching booking experience for guests once it’s re launched.

Hospitality industry is growing at a rapid pace and these startups are adding to the growth rate every day. They are based on a creative ideas and a pattern to deliver not only the best but also the latest to their customers and users. On this World Tourism Day 2022, I would like to congratulate all the growing startups on their new business endeavors and hope for growth and prosperity for them.

Like our honorable Prime Minister rightly mentioned on National Start up day, start-ups are going to be the backbone of new India. Don’t just keep your dreams local, make them global.

Sayaji Hotels is India’s premier upscale lifestyle hospitality brand with an ever-growing presence across the country. Known for bespoke experiences and signature hospitality, Sayaji is ushering in new standards of opulence in the 4-star and 5-star hotels category. Each of the properties boasts luxurious rooms with a host of banqueting and F & B facilities. Sayaji Group presently operates 15 hotels in Indore, Vadodara, Kolhapur, Bhopal, Pune, Raipur, Rajkot, Nashik, Jamnagar, Rau, Aurangabad and Dehradun. The group collectively plans to open 21 more hotels in the next two years and meet the target of 50 hotels by March 2024. The company will soon expand its footprints nationally with property openings in Morbi, Satara, Shirval, Reva, Lonavala, Bhopal, Tadoba, Junagadh, Gwalior, Hyderabad, Harda, Hoshangabad, Amravati, Latur, Udaipur, Bhuj, Vizag, Saver and Pitampur.

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