Hotel Industry in India Analysed in New In-Depth Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

25 Oct 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Hotel Industry in India Analysed in New In-Depth Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – The services sector in India is witnessing booming growth along with the hospitality industry that is considered the key driver of the previous. The fortunes of the hospitality industry have always been linked to the prospects of the tourism industry and tourism is the foremost demand driver of the industry.

The Indian hospitality sector has shown healthy growth tempo backed up by robust inflow of foreign tourists as well as increased tourist movement within the country. This industry has gained a position as one of the leading players in the global industry. This market is forecast to reach US$ 30 billion by 2015.

New market research studyHotel Industry in Indiaprovided by IS Advisors has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Hotel Industry in India (2011 - 15)
Published: September, 2011
Pages: 64
Price: US$ 700

Scope of the report:

  • overview of the Indian hotel and tourism industry;
  • demand-supply balance and statistics;
  • investments by domestic and foreign players;
  • drivers, issues & challenges;
  • key operating characteristics (occupancy rates, revenue per available room and average room rates);
  • new trends such as MICE, service apartments, spas, medical tourism, wildlife resorts, mixed land usage and budget hotels;
  • government regulations for the sector in Indian market;
  • key players and market concentration;
  • detailed forecasts.

Reports Contents:

1. OVERVIEW
1.1 Structure of the Industry
1.2 Tourism in India
  1.2.1 Categories of Tourism
  1.2.2 Domestic Tourism
  1.2.3 Major Demand Drivers
  1.2.4 Various Tourism Products in India
  1.2.5 Tourism Across Various Cities


2. INDUSTRY GROWTH DRIVERS
2.1 The Resurrection of the Industry
2.2 Increasing Domestic & International Tourist Arrivals
2.3 Recovering Average Room Rates and Occupancies
2.4 Increasing contribution of Food & Beverage

3. DEMAND –SUPPLY SCENARIO

4. EMERGING TRENDS IN THE INDUSTRY

5. GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS & INITIATIVES
5.1 Policy & Tax Incentives and Amendments
5.2 Tax Holiday
5.3 Impact of Budget 2011-12

6. SWOT ANALYSIS
6.1 Strengths
  6.1.1 Advantage India
  6.1.2 Demand-Supply Mismatch
  6.1.3 Government Support
6.2 Weakness
  6.2.1 Cost of Land
  6.2.2 Skilled Manpower Shortage
  6.2.3 Poor Infrastructure
  6.2.4 Disposed to political events
  6.2.5 High seasonality
6.3 Opportunities
  6.3.1 Rising Income
  6.3.2 Open Sky benefits
  6.3.3 Recovering market trends
  6.3.4 Increase in the market share
  6.3.5 MICE
  6.3.6 Investment in Hospitality Institutes
6.4 Threats
  6.4.1 No Uniformity in Taxes & High Tax Structures
  6.4.2 Fear of meltdown
  6.4.3 Increasing Competition


7. PORTERS 5 FORCES

8. KEY PLAYERS
8.1 Indian Hotels Company Ltd
8.2 East India Hotels
8.3 ITC Hotels
8.4 Hotel Leela Venture Ltd
8.5 ITDC (India Tourism Development Corporation)


9. THE HERFINDAHL-HIRSCHMAN INDEX

10. INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE

11. FORECASTS

12. ANNEXURE

LISTS OF FIGURES
1. Market Break Up
2. Market Size (2010-2015)
3. Structure of the Industry
4. Total Contribution of Travel & Tourism to GDP
5. Categories of Tourism
6. Distribution of Total Travelers (2010) in India
7. Major Demand Drivers
8. Domestic Travelers (1997-2010)
9. FTA’s (1997-2010)
10. Growth in FTA’s (1997-2010)
11. Expected FTA’s (2011-2015)
12. Domestic Travelers (2011-15)
13. ARR and RevPAR (2001-2011)
14. Occupancy rates (2001-2011)
15. Distribution of Revenue (2005-2010)
16. Branded Rooms (2011-2015)
17. Total Room Supply & Demand (2011-2015)
18. Break up of Proposed Room Supply (2014-15)
19. SWOT Analysis
20. % Share of India in International Tourism Receipts of World
21. Porters 5 Forces
22. Key Players
23. Market Share of Key Players in the Organized Sector
24. Developed Cost per key (USD 000's)
25. Construction Tenure (Months)
26. Profile of Organized Hotels in India 2011
27. Value of Food Service sector
28. Key Operating Characteristics by Hotel Classification – Occupancy
29. Key Operating Characteristics by Hotel Classification – Average Rate (INR)
30. FDI in India – Hotel & Tourism (2005-2010)
31. FTA’s in India and World GDP
32. Domestic Tourist Visits and India GDP
33. Contribution of Hotel and Restaurant Sector in India GDP


LIST OF TABLES
1. Annual Growth Rate (Hotel & Restaurants) 2005-10
2. Upcoming Projects
3. % change in Demand & Supply
4. City Wise existing and proposed supply
5. International Hotel Brands
6. Country Wise Applicable Tax
7. Indian Hotels Company Ltd – Financial Snapshot
8. East India Hotels – Financial Snapshot
9. ITC Hotels – Financial Snapshot
10. Hotel Leela Venture Ltd – Financial Snapshot
11. ITDC (India Tourism Development Corporation) – Financial Snapshot
12. Hotels owned by ITDC
13. Major City Wise – ARR’s (In INR)
14. Major City Wise – Occupancy (In %)
15. Major City Wise – RevPAR (In INR)
16. Key Operative Characteristics by Hotel Classification – ARR (In US $)
17. Key Operative Characteristics by Hotel Classification – RevPAR (In US $)
18. Key Operative Characteristics by Hotel Classification – Occupancy"

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