Future Hospitality trends that will dominate Training and HR policies

Manpower is the most critical issue facing the travel, aviation and hospitality industry. While layoffs are a major byproduct of the pandemic, the flip side entails a major HR overhaul of existing manpower with reskilling and multi-tasking as essential to responsibilities.

How do we improve Hotel ROI?

“By thinking out-of-the box from design to operations,” suggests Ajay Mehtani, Senior Vice President Asset Management South Asia at HVS- Anarock as shares…

Blueprint of a new way of working

What does Business Unusual define? Sharing his thoughts on the changes the pandemic will bring in its wake to the hospitality industry is Kunal Chauhan, General Manager, The Leela Palace Bangalore.

It's all about crafting moments

Pankaj Saxena, General Manager, Radisson Blu Mumbai International Airport shares the challenges and opportunities of an upcoming hotel opening in the Corona era. TT Bureau: As a new hotel what are the challenges you face as you plan to launch during these unprecedented circumstances? Pankaj Saxena: The hospitality industry, which is characteristically considered to be pretty dressed in terms of hygiene will now be required to practice clinical hygiene. Reputed agencies worldwide are calling the

Rebooting in a post lockdown world

In a one on one with Today’s Traveller, Rahul Puri, Multi-property General Manager, The Westin Gurgaon New Delhi and The Westin Sohna Resort and Spa shares his assessment of the future of travel, the recovery graph and what it will take for hotels to find their feet in these difficult times.TTBureau: Handling a multi-property portfolio of two differently positioned properties, which segment in your opinion will show faster recovery?Rahul Puri: India’s domestic tourism market is strong, which

Hospitality has a new reality!

“Reliability, safety and progressive quality will be key differentiators,” says Aditya Mata, General Manager of the new Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dwarka, Gujarat as he speaks to Today’s Traveller on the new realities facing the Hospitality Industry post-COVID.TT Bureau: It is widely said ”The pandemic will change the way we do business” What changes do you think this pandemic will bring to the Hospitality sector?Aditya Mata: These are unprecedented times wherein nobody knows what the fallout