India’s trillion-dollar wedding industry is back, larger and grander than ever before. Fueled by rising income levels, a growing number of high-net-worth individuals, and the charm of celebrity weddings, destination weddings, both domestic and international, are on the rise, which is expected to gain further momentum driven by India’s favorable demographics. Read on to know more.
Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, has become a major tourist destination thanks to improved connectivity and good infrastructure, which includes a supply of high-quality hotels. Read on to know more.
Luxury trains are making a comeback around the world following a COVID-induced hiatus. India’s Palace on Wheels and the Maharajas' Express, two of the world’s best luxury trains, are also set to return later this year. Read on to know more.
Chandigarh’s hotel sector has recovered quicker than many other Indian hotel markets, thanks to its strategic location as the gateway for travelers heading to various leisure destinations in the Himalayan region, as well as demand from the wedding segment. Read on to know more.
The Indian hotel sector once again showed resilience in 2021, navigating through uncertainty, adapting to an ever-changing environment, and persevering through the ups and downs on the rocky path to recovery by building on the lessons learned the year before. Read on to know more.