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Indian Hotel Industry Survey 2011-2012

The survey, representing 1,320 hotels in various cities across different star categories in India, presents key statistics for the industry. It provides information about financial performance, marketing media usage patterns, guest segmentation etc.

About Pooja Goel

Pooja Goel is an Associate Director with HVS' India office, specialising in hotel valuations and consultancy. She joined HVS in August 2010 as an analyst, prior to which, she was associated with the Taj Group of Hotels for over seven years and worked in the accommodations and revenue management streams across various cities in India. She holds a Diploma in Hotel Management from IHM Pusa, Delhi and an Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Practices from NMIMS, Mumbai. At HVS, she has performed several feasibility studies, valuations and market studies in India and Sri Lanka. Contact: pgoel@hvs.com Tel: +91 (124) 461-6000 ext. 63 (Work)

About Tulika Das

Tulika Das is a Manager – Domestic Database and Travel with HVS’ New Delhi Office and is responsible for day-to-day operation and management of databases. She joined HVS in 2011 as a research associate. Prior to joining HVS, she has worked with WNS Global Services as a senior associate in hotel travel sales and holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Economics

6 Comments

  1. Glaring error in this report: Goa average room rate 10-11 rs 7,807 11-12 rs 5,856 then the comment: "Goa is the most popular leisure destination of the country and it witnessed an increase in both average rate as well as occupancy in 2011/12" er.... no it didn't.

    • Dear Joe, Thank you for writing in. The city-state of Goa has several member hotels of the FHRAI. However, it should be noted that since the respondent sets are not the same every year, comparison of performance between any two given years is not necessarily an 'apples to apples' comp set. Moreover, the city trends reflect HVS’ perception of each city, as well as our expectations with regard to its future performance. In fact, you will note that we have specifically mentioned in the Goa write-up that HVS research reveals a strong increase in average rates and a moderate growth in occupancies. This is based on our extensive database of actual occupancies and average rates achieved by hotels across positioning and price points in Goa and is not limited to just the FHRAI respondents for 2011/12. Hope this helps offer clarity.

  2. Doris GohJan 14, 2013

    Looking forward to learning more about the Indian Hospitality Industry for our ongoing developments. Thank You Alila Hotels & Resorts

    • Dear Doris, Thank you for writing in.You may also want to refer to our recent publication '2012 Hotels in India Trends and Opportunities' that presents performance trends and new supply data across 13 major hotel markets in India. Additionally, it provides HVS’ views on future trends and identifies opportunities for hotel investors going forward. The report can be accessed via the following link: http://www.hvs.com/article/6016/2012-hotels-in-india-trends-opportunities/

  3. My dears, I need your help about the hotel vertical market. I'm looking for reports about the trends or perspectives of growth in hotel construction all over - Asia, Europe, America and Africa. Is there anything from 2012 or 2013 where I can look at? Are there any business estimations in terms of investment numbers? Thanks a lot in advance and Happy New Year!

    • Dear Luis, Thank you for writing in. Happy New Year! You may want to peruse the HVS library, which has an incredible database of over 1,250 articles, research publications and textbooks. The same can be accessed via the following link: http://www.hvs.com/Library/Articles/

  4. want to know our recent statistics of hotel industry

    • Dear Fredy, Thank you for writing in. With respect to India, you may refer to our recent publication '2012 Hotels in India Trends and Opportunities' that presents performance trends and new supply data across 13 major hotel markets in India. It also provides HVS’ views on future trends and identifies opportunities for hotel investors going forward. The report can be accessed via the following link: http://www.hvs.com/article/6016/2012-hotels-in-india-trends-opportunities/

  5. Please tell me the scope of hospitality management n how many jobs are expected to be generated by the hotel industry in coming years.

    • Dear Mokham, Thank you for writing in. For more information about the manpower requirement in India, you may want to refer to The HVS Whitepaper: Hotel Room Supply, Capital Investment and Manpower Requirement by 2021. The report was published in 2012 and can be accessed via the following link:http://www.hvs.com/Library/Articles/?region=&topic=&year=2012&service=&author=&keywords=Hotel+Room+Supply+Capital&start=0&i=0&page=1#filter

  6. Hi, need to get statistics on hotel occupancy, citiwise, monthwise for 2012 and 2013 with ARR for Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune..

    • Dear Bhakti, Thank you for writing in. Please note that the information as requested by you would require detailed market studies and would be available on a paid assignment basis. Do let us know if you are interested in taking this forward.

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