Holiday makers keen on booking air tickets on flights for India travel will soon have no scarcity of hotel alternatives. Carlson Rezidor, a global hospitality chain, is planning to set up 100 properties in India by 2015.
Foreign travellers making bookings for air tickets on flights landing in India will soon be inundated with various accommodation choices.
American hospitality chain Carlson Rezidor has plans in place to expand its operations in India. The company is hoping to establish as many as 100 properties in India by 2015, revealed news reports.
Carlson Rezidor made a foray in the country by forging franchisee agreements. Following its business partnership with a real estate firm to branch out its mid-segment brand Park Inn, the company is now looking to invest in the Radisson brand.
A company official said: “We are assessing investment opportunities for the Radisson brand.”
In concern with the new acquisitions, he said: “Now, one could say there are opportunities in India with several under construction hotels being on the block and one could see transactions happening in the hotel sector.”
Offering good news to tourists who are looking to book flights tickets to India, the country in the current year, the company said it plans to open 14 hotels in the coming few months. The hotels will be set up under different brands, allowing all sorts of travellers taking India bound flights tickets to enjoy a stay – be it big spenders or those who opt for cheap flights tickets for air travel.
Radisson Blu, Radisson, Park Inn, Park Plaza and Country Inn & Suites are some of the brands that the company operates in India, offering multiple options to tourists landing in the country after taking air tickets on flights. It recently revamped its luxury brand Radisson.