Causing big smiles for tourists who regularly book tickets on India flights, Caesars Entertainment is making its debut into the country, bringing along non-gaming businesses with it, like hotels and event management.

Leisure and business travellers who are planning to book flights tickets to the beautiful country of India, in the coming future, would be delighted to know that one of the world’s biggest casino companies, Caesars Entertainment is planning a foray into the country through non-gaming businesses.

The firm is set to make its presence felt in the country with businesses like luxury hotels, and entertainment segments including management of Bollywood-centric events, concerts, musicals, drama and stand-up comedy.

This Las Vegas-based major enterprise owns 50 hotels and casinos as well as a number of golf resorts throughout the globe. The firm will now establish approximately 15 hotels in India, allowing tourists taking flights tickets to the nation to enjoy the reliable services of the brand.

Media reports reveal that the company is already in talks with several real estate developers for setting up the properties.

“We have spent the last one year in exploring the Indian market and there is a lot to offers,” a top executive of the firm was quoted in TOI, top English daily in India.

“In the non-gaming space we will focus on hotels and convention centres and building entertainment destinations within or adjacent to them,” she continued.

The $9-billion firm has plans to bring the hugely popular hotel brand, Caesars to the country and seeks to offer its luxurious offerings to vacationers booking tickets on flights bound for India and opting to stay here. Of course, a stay at the luxury hotel won’t come cheap and is unlikely to feature in the plans of budget tourists taking cheap flights tickets to the nation.

Caesars’ ingress in the Indian market could also mean locals and tourists disembarking off from flights would be able to enjoy performances by top stars who are conventionally connected to properties of the corporation.

The company is targeting big cities in India like Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, allowing tourists taking flights tickets to these destinations to enjoy the services and shows.

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