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Rahul Chaudhary : I see COVID as an opportunity

Rahul Chaudhary, Managing Director and CEO, CG Corp Global and CG Hospitality, in a discussion with Today’s Traveller shares his views on the changing dynamics of the hospitality industry and the way forward during these difficult times.

Globally, CG Hospitality is present in over 11 countries with a diverse portfolio of 8 brands encompassing 141 hotels in 64 exotic destinations across the world. Some of its iconic properties include, ‘Vivanta by Taj- Corel Reef Maldives, Taj Samudra Colombo, The Farm at San Benito (Philippines) and Radisson JFK Airport in New York to name a few. Amongst their latest launches, they have set a new benchmark in ‘Business Luxury’ in Dubai’s hospitality sector with the opening of TAJ Jumeirah Lakes Towers.

In their 15 years of business in India, which is one of their focal markets; CG Hospitality has established a rich portfolio of 75 existing hotels under the brands of The Fern, The Fern Residency, Beacon, Independently branded and managed hotels, The Zinc, The Zinc Journey and The Zinc Living. Their current portfolio combined with their aggressive expansion rate in India makes them one of the biggest hospitality businesses in the country.

Rahul Chaudhary, Managing Director and CEO, CG Corp Global and CG Hospitality Holdings

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