Kempinski looking at re-entering India1 min read . Updated: 12 Jul 2022, 01:59 AM IST
Indians want to explore, they are not afraid to spend the money and are inquisitive people and they enjoy luxury, says Amanda Elder, chief commercial officer, Kempinski Hotels S.A.
NEW DELHI : Geneva-headquartered Kempinski Hotels S.A., which exited its partnerships with hospitality firm The Leela Hotels and the Ambience Group, is looking at re-entering the growing luxury tourism market in India. In an interview, the hotel chain’s chief commercial officer Amanda Elder, who was in Delhi this week, said Kempinski was keen to get into Delhi and Mumbai first. Edited excerpts:
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