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Jan 28, 2019
Marriott plans to buy minority stake in Chandru Raheja's Chalet Hotels; US hospitality chain eyes to expand India assets in 2019Marriot may buy 10% stake in Chalet Hotels, which owns top-end hotels in India including JW Marriot Mumbai and the Bengaluru Marriot, for about Rs 574 crore.
Jan 11, 2019
SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh to chair ATT summit in Davos; meet to focus on carbon footprint reductionThe meeting will deliberate on the challenges confronting the ATT sectors and the key takeaways should help in potential policy reforms for these industries.
Nov 30, 2018
Marriott database hacked potentially exposing information on 500 million guestsMarriott has reported this incident to law enforcement and continues to support their investigation.
Oct 04, 2018
Chitrangda Singh, chef Himanshu Taneja attend the launch of AXN's Ultimate Cook-OffAXN Ultimate Cook-Off, to be judged by Chitrangada Singh, will witness a face off between four celebrated chefs from various brands within the Marriott portfolio
Sep 08, 2018
Chitrangda Singh to feature in AXN India's new food show set to air in OctoberMore details regarding the show featuring Chitrangda Singh will be revealed during the official press conference scheduled to be held in October
Jun 19, 2018
Amazon's Echo to now help guests access more amenities at Marriott hotelsAlexa for hospitality would assist in providing services like ordering room service.
Feb 14, 2018
Oh My Foodness Vol. 1: Three-course meal for your loved one – Garlic Prawns (appetiser)Food is the way to the heart! Therefore, this Valentine's Day, instead of saying the three clichéd words ‘I Love You’, take your love a notch higher. Say these five words 'I cooked you a meal' and see how you make their day instantly. Firstpost presents to you the first volume of our show ‘Oh My Foodness’.
Jun 15, 2012
Why luxury hotels want no-frills branding in IndiaFacing the heat from the US and European markets, luxury hotel chains such as Sofitel and InterContinental group are looking at Asia for building budget hotels for the rising number of budget travellers.