Dipti Mohan

Senior Manager - Research, New Delhi

Dipti MohanDipti Mohan, Senior Manager - Research with HVS South Asia, is a seasoned knowledge professional with extensive experience in research-based content creation. She has authored several ‘point of view’ documents such as thought leadership reports, expert opinion articles, white papers and research reports. Contact Dipti at [email protected]

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HVS Monday Musings: Brand Conversions – an Untapped Opportunity in Indian Hotels Sector

Hotel rebranding or conversion has been a growing trend in the Indian hotels sector. As a result, over the past five years more than 230 hotels in the country have been converted either from a standalone property to a brand or migrated from one brand to another.

HVS Monday Musings: Rethinking Heritage Tourism in the Post-COVID India

India is ranked 6th on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites globally, with 38 World Heritage Sites, much ahead of global peers such as Australia, the UK, the US, and Japan. Heritage tourism in the country has been growing rapidly over the past few years as India blessed with centuries of intriguing history, numerous forts, palaces, and monuments attracted a growing number of domestic as well as international tourists.

HVS Monday Musings: India Union Budget 2021: Seeing the Glass Half-full?

After making several representations to the government, the Indian hospitality sector, one of the worst-hit by the pandemic, was expecting some game-changing announcements during the Budget 2021 speech which would help accelerate the sector's recovery.

Room for Growth

The Indian hotels sector was poised to grow to greater heights driven by increasing demand in the pre-COVID era and the current crisis is just a speed-breaker in its path. As a famous adage goes, "in every crisis lies an opportunity", this calamity can also be turned into an opportunity for the sector as this is perhaps an opportune time to invest in hotels.

HVS Monday Musings: Branded Residences – An Evolving Trend in India

Branded residence, a concept that first started in the US in the 1920s, has become a global phenomenon in the past two decades. Traditionally, branded residences have been luxury residential projects co-located or affiliated with well-known hotel brands that provide its residents hospitality services typically offered at a premium hotel.
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