Robust Software Is the Backbone of Successful Hotel Operations Says Golden Tulip Chain

Royal Tulip Navi Mumbai FacadeGolden Tulip South Asia is a rapidly growing hotel brand in India and is part of the international Louvre Hotels Group. Golden Tulip currently has 15 hotels across the business and leisure destinations of Chandigarh, Gurgaon, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Amritsar, Udaipur, Mussoorie, Mumbai, Goa, Bangalore, and new properties opening in Jaipur, Shimla and others.

With a portfolio of hotels in three, four and five star categories, Golden Tulip South Asia has set aggressive growth targets for itself in the country. This includes 50 hotels in the next few years in prime upcoming business destinations.

“This is just the time to expand in the mid-hospitality segment,” says Mr. Vimal J Singh, Managing Director for South Asia, Louvre Hotel Group. “With the current economic scenario; this segment delivers faster return on investment. We are keen to grow our brand in India through the premiere ‘Royal Tulip’ and ‘Golden Tulip’, and the budget brand ‘Tulip Inn’ over the next few years,” Singh said.

Powering the Golden Tulip brand of hotels towards its ambitious target is robust final-IDSNext logosoftware from the pioneer in hospitality technology IDS Next Business Solutions. With headquarters in Bangalore, the Hotel ERP provider offers various versions of its enterprise class hospitality software along with a host of add-on solutions. IDS Next has a corporate tie-up with Louvre Hotels Group and is their ‘preferred hospitality software partner’ in India. Thus, all Golden Tulip hotels in the country use the Fortune suite of software. Read more

Published in: GOARTICLES.COM



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