Trulyy for the domestic
Naresh Arora, Founder & CEO, Trulyy India Hotels and Resorts, reveals that the company is set to introduce two new properties in August.
Having started operations in 2013, Trulyy India Hotels and Resorts has an expertise in offering heritage look-alike hotels on management basis. “All our properties are like resorts, built in heritage style only. We have different owners building the hotels but they are not in the hotel industry. Hence, we thought of taking over the property on a long-term lease and running them. We started our journey from Udaipur, where we took on a long-term lease. Then we took another hotel in Rajasthan and thought of building an itinerary in the state. We wanted our customers to have a single window for Rajasthan. Today, we have properties in all the major destinations in the state, apart from Pushkar and Bikaner,” said Arora. Now, the next stop for Trulyy India Hotels & Resorts is Gujarat. “Gujarat is on our roadmap right now. We are going to create an itinerary in Gujarat with our properties. With a demand for tailor-made packages among all the hotels, we are focusing on selling packages for our hotels by combining two or three properties. We are also exploring possibilities in the hills in the north as well as in Goa,” claimed Arora. After seeing a tremendous growth this year, the company is already geared up for more. Arora added, “Earlier the inbound:domestic business ratio was 60:40, but now it is the other way around.”
We started our journey from Udaipur, where we took over Amargarh, our first hotel on a long-term lease. Then we took another hotel in Rajasthan
Naresh Arora Trulyy India Hotels and Resorts