Marking its presence across Europe and steadily growing its chain of hotels across the globe, Louvre Hotels Group has managed to climb the ladder to being the fifth largest chain of its kind in the world. The group now aims to launch a myriad of hotels under its brand ‘Kyriad’ in India; 15 hotels being the aim by the end of this financial year. For achieving this, they have announced their strategic partnership with the Orange Tiger Hospitality Private Limited today at the Marine Plaza Hotel in Mumbai.
Unveiling The World Of Kyriad
Mr. Saurabh Chawla, Global Chief Development Officer of Louvre Hotel Group, Mr. Abhijeet Shrivastava, CEO, Orange Tiger Hospitality Pvt Ltd. and Mr Shaleen Mathur, President Sales Orange Tiger Hospitality were present at today’s partnership announcement. They gave the media a glimpse of the various aspects of the brand Kyriad which has a travel theme running throughout its chain of hotels. The hotels also have plenty of food and dining options – Tangelo, an all-day dining restaurant; K Café, a coffee shop; High Ground, a rooftop bar and restaurant; Ching Singh, a Chinese and Punjabi fusion restaurant; and Haritam, a vegetarian restaurant.
Depending on the availability in the region, the Kyriad hotels also offers Frozen Yoghurt with exotic toppings along with an International Beer Bar. Apart from dining, the hotel chain aims to cater to both the luxury travellers and the business traveller so one can expect a rotating travel library, local tips, electric mobility, local surprise courtesy trail and lots more. Speaking of amenities they have memory pillows in all rooms along with a spa facility and a conference room.
Louvre Partners With Orange Tiger
Louvre Hotels Group has already marked its presence in the Indian subcontinent with its acquisition of Sarovar Hotels & Resort chain in early 2017. This acquisition has over this period of time led to the growth in the chain of hotels – Golden Tulip, Tulip Inn and Royal Tulip. The brand Kyriad already has eight hotels in India and here on, Orange Tiger Hospitality would be operating them along with the others that will come up by March 2019.
“Our goal is to become one of the top hospitality group by 2023. This calls for a strategic approach to countries with high growth potential such as India, where we introduce new brands that complement our existing presence and as always are tailored to address the needs of domestic and international, business and leisure travellers”, explains Saurabh Chawla, Global Chief Development Officer at Louvre Hotels Group.
“The demand for midscale full service hotels is ever growing in India and over the past few years, the liking for an International brand is on an upswing. With our expertise of managing the hotel operations as well as revenues, we are sure to take brand Kyriad to newer heights in South Asia. Kyriad is the perfect answer to both business and leisure travellers seeking quality accommodation at affordable prices,” says Abhijeet Shrivastava, CEO, Orange Tiger Hospitality.