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Hotels in India - May 2016

“The Indian hotel market is clearly not over-supplied. Quality branded rooms supply should grow from about 112,300 in 2014/15 to almost 146,500 by 2019/20 – an increase of some 30%. It would seem likely and indeed desirable from an economic standpoint for India’s small domestic players to join forces, either amongst themselves, or through tie-ups with larger international partners in order to gain critical mass and be able to benefit from economies of scale.”

Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst

This report looks at the following areas:

  • How will the current economic, geopolitical and regulatory environment impact India’s hotel sector?
  • What has been the recent trend in arrivals, overnights and rates at Indian hotels by major city?
  • What is the breakdown of India’s hotel capacity in terms of region and grade?
  • Which are the main Indian hotel groups and what is the nature of their hotel portfolios?
  • How extensive is the presence of foreign hotel chains in India?
  • Which regions and which hotel segments show the greatest potential for future development?

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction

    • Data Sources

      • Overview

        • Currency
          • Figure 1: Outlook for the Rupee/US Dollar exchange rate, 23 February 2016
        • Tourist arrivals
          • Figure 2: Tourist* arrivals in India, 2010-19
          • Figure 3: Tourist arrivals* in India, domestic & incoming, 2007-14
          • Figure 4: Incoming arrivals, 2011-15
        • Spending on travel and tourism
          • Figure 5: Spending on travel & tourism in India, 2014 & 2025
        • Source markets and guest segmentation
          • Figure 6: Source markets & client segments by grade & type of hotel, fiscal year 2014-15
          • Figure 7: Detailed breakdown of client segments by grade & type of hotel, fiscal year 2014-15
      • Hotel Supply

          • Figure 8: Tourist accommodation establishments approved by the Indian Tourist Board, 2014
        • Capacity in major hotel markets
          • Figure 9: Quality branded hotel supply by major market (rooms), 2008/09-2014/15
      • Hotel Performance

        • Performance by grade
          • Occupancy
            • Figure 10: Trend in occupancy for Indian hotels by grade 2011/12-2014/15
          • Average room rate
            • Figure 11: Trend in average room rate for Indian hotels by grade, 2011/12-2014/15
          • Revenue per available room
            • Figure 12: Trend in RevPAR for Indian hotels by grade, 2011/12-2014/15
          • Performance by region
            • Figure 13: Year-on-year % change in hotel demand & supply by major urban market, April-November 2015 vs April-November 2014
          • RevPAR performance
            • Figure 14: Occupancy, ARR & RevPAR in major urban markets, April-November 2015 vs April-November 2014
        • Chain Penetration

            • Figure 15: Hotel chain presence in India by number of rooms, 2015
          • Indian hotel chains
            • Berggruen Hotels
              • Asset management structures and pricing
                • Concept Hospitality
                  • Figure 16: Concept Hospitality’s portfolio by brand, 2016
                  • Figure 17: Locations where Concept Hospitality has properties under development, 2016
                • India Tourism Development Corporation
                  • Figure 18: ITDC’s hotel portfolio, 2016
                • State-run hotels to be privatised
                  • ITC Hotels and Fortune
                    • Fortune Hotels
                      • WelcomHeritage Hotels
                        • Branded accommodation
                          • LaLit
                            • Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts
                              • Figure 19: Leela's hotel portfolio, 2016
                            • Development pipeline
                              • Lemon Tree Hotels
                                • Development outlook
                                  • Oberoi Hotels & Resorts
                                    • Figure 20: Oberoi’s Hotel & cruise boat portfolio, 2016
                                  • Pipeline
                                    • Oberoi Centre of Learning and Development
                                      • Royal Orchid Group
                                        • Figure 21: Royal Orchid Group’s hotel portfolio, 2016
                                      • Pipeline
                                        • Founder’s son in joint venture with United World Infrastructure
                                          • Sarovar Hotels & Resorts
                                            • Figure 22: Sarovar Hotels & Resorts’ portfolio by location, 2016
                                            • Figure 23: Sarovar Hotels & Resorts’ pipeline, 2016-17
                                          • Taj Hotels, Resorts & Palaces and Ginger (Indian hotels Company)
                                            • Figure 24: Taj Hotels’ properties, rooms & revenue, 2011/12-2014/15
                                          • Brands
                                              • Figure 25: Taj Group hotels by brand, December 2015
                                              • Figure 26: Hotels opened during fiscal year 2015/16
                                              • Figure 27: Taj’s pipeline of hotels due to open during fiscal year, March 2016-March 2017
                                            • Foreign hotel chains
                                              • AccorHotels
                                                • Best Western Hotels & Resorts
                                                  • Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group
                                                    • Radisson Red launched in India
                                                      • Seven more hotels agreed
                                                        • 170 hotels by 2020
                                                          • Choice Hotels
                                                            • Hilton Worldwide
                                                              • Figure 28: Hilton’s Indian hotel portfolio, 2016
                                                            • Hyatt Hotels Corporation
                                                              • Figure 29: Hyatt’s Indian hotel portfolio, 2016
                                                            • Hyatt’s development plans
                                                              • Hyatt’s Gold Passport loyalty scheme in India
                                                                • InterContinental Hotels Group
                                                                  • Figure 30: IHG’s Indian hotel portfolio, 2016
                                                                • Development outlook
                                                                  • Louvre Hotels Group
                                                                    • Marriott International
                                                                      • Figure 31: Marriott’s Indian hotel portfolio sorted by brand, 2016
                                                                    • Marriott to open 52 hotels over the coming five years
                                                                      • Starwood Hotels & Resorts
                                                                        • Figure 32: Starwood’s Indian hotel portfolio, 2016
                                                                        • Figure 33: Starwood’s Indian hotel portfolio, 2016 (continued)
                                                                        • Figure 34: Starwood’s Indian hotel pipeline, 2016
                                                                      • Wyndham Worldwide
                                                                        • 50 hotels by 2018
                                                                          • Wyndham moves to acquire Sarovar Hotels
                                                                            • Hotel-owning groups
                                                                              • SAMHI
                                                                                • Goldman Sachs has invested
                                                                                  • Figure 35: Hotel-owning groups by number of rooms, 2015
                                                                              • Hotel Distribution

                                                                                  • Figure 36: Booking channel breakdown, 2014/15
                                                                                • Walk-ins are the dominant channel
                                                                                  • Breakdown between B2C and B2B
                                                                                    • Market share of OTAs
                                                                                      • MakeMyTrip
                                                                                        • Hotel bookings growing at a 50% rate
                                                                                          • Ctrip buys into MakeMyTrip
                                                                                            • Triple-digit mobile growth
                                                                                              • Apps can drive loyalty
                                                                                                • Value Plus
                                                                                                  • Ctrip synergies
                                                                                                    • A surge in searches for branded budget hotels
                                                                                                      • OYO Rooms
                                                                                                      • Industry Insight – Exclusive Interview with Yateendra Sinh

                                                                                                        • What Next?

                                                                                                            • Will India be the next China?
                                                                                                              • Catch-up potential for hotel sector
                                                                                                                • Development pipelines by major market and grade
                                                                                                                  • Figure 37: Existing supply & pipeline of quality branded hotel rooms in India’s major urban markets, 2014/15
                                                                                                                  • Figure 38: Existing supply & pipeline of quality branded hotel rooms in India’s major urban markets, 2014/15 (continued)
                                                                                                                • Restructuring and consolidation
                                                                                                                  • Hotel transaction volumes on the rise
                                                                                                                    • Demand driven by the expansion of international chains
                                                                                                                      • Consolidation waiting to happen

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                                                                                                                      Hotels in India - May 2016

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