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.

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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

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