Looking for a next luxury stay? You may not need to go to Greece, Maldives or Turkey as Jaipur has its own offering in the segment. The Oberoi Rajvilas hotel in Jaipur was on Trip Advisor’s list of Top 25 Hotels in the World for 2019, the US travel and restaurant website company said. Leaving behind 12 international hotels such as Hotel 41 in the UK, Nayara Springs in Costa Rica and AYADA in the Maldives, among others, the Oberoi chain has put Indian luxury hotels at the forefront year after year because it is regularly on the list. Also, for the 2019 prices, it is the only Indian hotel to have a place in the list.
Attributing the increase in travel and tourism spending and the demand for luxury hotels to the increase in disposable income, Rajeev Kale, President and Country Head – Holiday, MICE, Visa, Thomas Cook (India) Ltd, a told Financial Express Online that luxury tourism has become a major contributor not only of foreign travelers but also of Indians. “Intrepid travelers today are opting for ambitious and differentiated travel and don’t hesitate to invest in high-end experiences,” he said. Additionally, given that properties like The Oberoi Rajvilas are imperial, brag-worthy and closer to home and relying on the ‘royal’ appeal, a cultural heritage factor associated with Jaipur, properties such as Oberoi Rajvilas are experiencing increasing demand.
Royalty Factor and High Net Income Indian Individuals
Promising to treat its visitors like ‘maharajas’, the hotel has elicited happy reactions from domestic and foreign guests. For high-net-income Indian travelers, properties like Rajvilas are also the “larger-than-life” experience these travelers are looking for, Rajeev Kale said.
A surreal setting allows our clients to escape the chaos of modern life by strolling through our 32 hectares of gardens pic.twitter.com/tLgueI5beE
– The Oberoi Rajvilas (@oberoirajvilas) July 5, 2018
Indian tourism and GDP
Tourism in India contributed about a tenth of India’s GDP in 2018 and accounts for 4.2 million jobs in the country, according to a joint report by FICCI-Yes Bank. In addition, the availability of disposable income, the growing love for travel and tourism in all age groups and the emergence of new travel destinations will drive the growth of the sector in the future, he said. declared.
We are proud to share that the Oberoi Rajvilas was awarded the 2nd Best Resort in India by Travel and Leisure 2018
We are indebted to our generous guests and this is a true tribute to the entire team at the resort. pic.twitter.com/9FIVnwDwZm
– The Oberoi Rajvilas (@oberoirajvilas) July 11, 2018