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Chennai, May 26, 2016: Nestled inside the vibrant 17-acre metropolis that is Phoenix Market City, Design Hotel Chennai, invites you to an oasis of unrivaled opulence in their twenty-six room boutique hotel. At this newest offering by jüSTa, Chennai, they believe that through design, one can reach out, inspire, and touch others in order to make the experiences of guests magical and wonderful.

Here, the interiors have seamlessly connected past and present international design movements to the timeless local traditions of South India. Designed on the styles of four distinct contemporary art, each floor at Design Hotel is an infusion of traditional South Indian Art / Architecture, Nmely – Ati, Maya, Rooh and Nunya; and has been designed by renowned interior designer -Pronit Nath.

Should this interest you, please do let us know if we can feature this in the News Updates section of your magazine. We can also arrange for an interview with the CEO of Justa- Mr Ashish Vohra.

About the Property: 

• Located in one of the biggest and activity oriented Malls in the city such as shopping, food, multiplex, spas, gaming

arcade, events, etc.

• Guests have direct access to all the outlets in the mall from the hotel itself

• Enhanced Safety & Security

• Hotel Restaurant is the only outlet which is permitted to serve hard beverages

• High end boutique hotel with custom designed interiors and furnishings

• Large sized exclusive well designed luxurious rooms in excess of 390 square feet

• Hotel guests have exclusive discounts at majority of the outlets in the Mall including shopping, food outlets, spas,

multiplex, etc

• Just 15 minutes from the Airport

• 10 Minutes from the Chennai Trade Centre

• 15 minutes from OMR / Rajiv Gandhi Salai Road which is the IT hub Chennai & also from DLF City

• Ideal for Long Stay Guests

• Exclusive Swimming Pool

• Separate free parking for hotel guests

Website Link: http://www.designhotelchennai.in/

Corporate Comm India (CCI Newswire)
 
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New Delhi, May 30, 2015
State-run Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM) will offer a full- fledged management programme in tourism in partnership with the Indira Gandhi National Tribal University (IGNTU).

A Memorandum of Understanding to this effect has been signed between IITTM, which functions under the aegis of the Union Ministry of Tourism and IGNTU at Amarkantak in Madhya Pradesh, a statement here said today.

Director of IITTM Sandeep Kulshreshtha and Vice- Chancellor of IGNTU, T V Kattimani exchanged the signed documents of the MoU in the presence of Union Minister of State for Tourism Mahesh Sharma here.

The IITTM will now start the MBA (Tourism) programme in place of the earlier PGDM course in collaboration with the National Tribal University which has a pan-India presence, the statement said.

Tourism Secretary Lalit Panwar and other senior officials of the ministry were also present on the occasion. PTI

 
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The region’s occupancy for December remained flat at 66.3 percent; its average daily rate dropped 3.7 percent to US$125.91; and its revenue per available room was down 3.7 percent to US$83.46.

 

New Delhi February 3, 2014: -Hotels in the Asia Pacific region experienced mixed results in the three key performance metrics during December 2013 when reported in U.S. dollars, according to data compiled by STR Global.  

The region’s occupancy for December remained flat at 66.3 percent; its average daily rate dropped 3.7 percent to US$125.91; and its revenue per available room was down 3.7 percent to US$83.46. 

“As with regional economic growth, hotel performance in Asia Pacific varied widely by country and market through a variety of reasons, including: oversupply, regulatory challenges, political uncertainty, increased demand and financial resurgence”, said Jesper Palmqvist, area director for Asia Pacific at STR Global. “South Korea, China and India generally faced tough tasks to follow up from strong performances in 2012 whereas Thailand, Japan and Australia saw growth across all metrics for 2013”. 

“Apart from the continuing story that major Chinese hubs still have significant planned growth over existing supply, the pipeline has seen a shift with fewer projects in India and more in Indonesia, but also growth in smaller markets such as Sri Lanka”, Palmqvist said. “In terms of what’s due in 2014 by property class, there is growth in Midscale projects, but majority of new openings will remain in the Upscale and Luxury segments”. 

Highlights from key market performers for December 2013 in local currency (year-over-year comparisons):

  • Mumbai, India, led occupancy growth, rising 10.3 percent to 74.0 percent.
  • Bangkok, Thailand, fell 11.7 percent in occupancy to 67.0 percent, posting the largest decrease in that metric. Delhi, India, followed with a 8.2-percent occupancy decrease to 60.2 percent. 
  • Bali, Indonesia (+16.9 percent to IDR1,768,122.07), and Jakarta, Indonesia (+16.2 percent to IDR1,154,768.45), experienced ADR increases of more than 15 percent. 
  • Delhi fell 7.5 percent in ADR to INR6,824.70, posting the largest decrease in that metric.
  • Two markets experienced double-digit RevPAR growth of more than 20 percent: Bali (+23.4 percent to IDR1,166,313.02), and Melbourne, Australia (+21.3 percent to AUD153.46). 
  • Delhi fell 15.0 percent in RevPAR to INR4,107.09, posting the largest decrease in that metric.
Table - November 2013 Performance for Hotel Industry in Asia Pacific Region
 
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New Delhi February 8, 2014:- The Ministry of Tourism has recognized films as a powerful tool for promotion of destinations and taken following steps to promote Film Tourism as an important Niche Tourism product in the country:

 

·                    The Ministry of Tourism has formulated guidelines, for extending financial support to various State Governments/Union Territory (UT) Administrations, for promotion of Film Tourism. Under these guidelines, Central Financial Assistance (CFA) of Rs.2 lakh per film is extended, during each financial year, to State Governments and UT Administrations for a maximum of Five Films, which include Feature Films, Documentaries, Tele-films and Television Serials. The CFA is granted for meeting the costs on Space Hiring/Filming charges, Facilitation Fee etc., payable by the Filming Unit to various State Governments, UT Administrations, Government agencies etc.  The films for CFA are selected based on the potential exposure they can provide for promotion of tourism destinations and locations. These guidelines have been circulated to all State Governments/UT Administrations and have been uploaded on the official website of the Ministry of Tourism;

 

·                    To establish India as a preferred filming destination and promote Film Tourism, the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in February 2012, inter-alia, to promote Cinema of India as a sub brand of “Incredible India” at various international film festivals and markets abroad, to develop synergy between tourism and the film industry and to provide a platform for enabling partnerships between the Indian and global film industry;

 

·                    To promote Film Tourism during 2013-14, the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting have jointly participated in the Cannes Film Festival & Market, International Film Festival of India  (IFFI, Goa), and Film Bazaar (Goa);

 

·                    In January 2012, the Hon’ble Minister of Tourism wrote to the Chief Ministers of various State Governments/Administrators of various UT Administrations, to recognize the potential of Film Tourism and constitute special bodies/cells to facilitate filming in the States/Union Territories;

 

 

·                    The Ministry of Tourism instituted a National Tourism Award in 2012 “Most Film Promotion Friendly State/UT” to encourage the State Governments and Union Territories to facilitate filming in their State/UT.

No proposal has been received from any State Government/UT Administration for promotion of film tourism in the country.

 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Tourism (I/C)Shri K. Chiranjeevi in a written reply in the Lok Sabha. 

 
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2014 Dream Calendar: Experience the world’s first underwater resort exhibition of art created in the ocean, at Per AQUUM’s stunning NIYAMA and Huvafen Fushi.


Singapore  February 1st, 2014 :- Plunge into the strange, surreal and mysterious world of award-winning artist Andreas Franke. Underwater submarine photography creates an eerie backdrop for the Phantasy Fairytale of Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood and the Snow Queen. Submerged in an underwater exhibition, each piece blurs the boundaries between reality and fantasy, with saltwater and algae adding the final artistic touches to the beauty of each piece. Phantasy Fairytale exhibits at both Per AQUUM hotels, Huvafen Fushi and NIYAMA from 4th March 2014 to the end of May 2014.

Sink into the Phantasy Fairytale four night package at Huvafen Fushi and view this exclusive underwater exhibition from inside LIME Spa whilst enjoying a manicure or pedicure. Explore each suspended underwater piece in its true watery environment as the underwater resort space adds yet another layer of intrigue. Come back at night and view them in a different light during SpaQuarium with the marine biologist, then complete your four night stay by adopting a coral. Extend and combine with four nights at NIYAMA and receive complimentary combined speedboat transfers to Huvafen Fushi.

At NIYAMA dance the night away as each Phantasy Fairytale character draws you into an enchanting, atmospheric tale of magic, mystery and make-believe.  View the exhibition from inside underwater club Subsix with a bottle of champagne and canapés. Spend a morning with the marine biologist learning about the beautiful ecosystem of the Indian Ocean then put your knowledge to the test with a snorkelling trip to a deserted castaway island nearby.

Award-winning Vienna-based visual artist, Andreas Franke, magically combines photography, digital mastery and CGI to create mesmerizing underwater dream worlds to get lost in. Viewing underwater art in an underwater exhibition creates a unique artistic experience where the world above becomes a land far far away. Guests are invited to purchase pieces and take part of this underwater wonderland away with them.

Coral reefs are transformed into dark woods and fairytale forests as the Maldivian Ocean becomes a never-ending underwater secret world for guests at Huvafen Fushi and NIYAMA to peek into. Per AQUUM’s commitment to environmental awareness in the Maldives continues with sensitively hung pieces which preserve the coral reefs and nature’s underwater balance. A percentage of proceeds from purchases will be donated to Per AQUUM’s Coral Regeneration Program.

The four night ‘Phantasy Fairytale Come True’ package at Huvafen Fushi starts from USD1157+++ per room per night based on two people sharing a Beach Bungalow with Plunge Pool and includes viewing of the underwater art exhibition, one manicure and one pedicure in the underwater spa, daily breakfast in Celsius, SpaQuarium with the Marine Biologist with champagne and canapés for two, coral adoption for two and complimentary combined speedboat transfers if booked in conjunction with the ‘Phantasy Fairytale Come True’ package at NIYAMA. To book please email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  call, +960 66 44 222 or visithttp://huvafenfushi.peraquum.com/promotions/Phantasy-Fairytale-Come-True/

The four night ‘Phantasy Fairytale Come True’ package at NIYAMA starts from USD883+++ per room per night based on two people sharing a Beach Studio and includes viewing of the underwater art exhibition, one bottle of Champagne and canapés for two in Subsix, one combined snorkeling trip to Walla and a marine lab tour with the resident Marine Biologist. To book please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , call +960 67 62 828 visit www.http://niyama.peraquum.com/promotions/Phantasy-Fairytale-Come-True
- CCI Newswire

 

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