The "Hotel Industry in India 2020" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The hospitality sector in India primarily thrives on tourism, which is an important source of foreign exchange and employment. The government has taken several initiatives which play a major role in the growth of the hotel industry.
The hotel industry in India is a part of the travel and tourism industry. Business travellers are gradually increasing in number due to the rapid growth of the IT sector and the emergence of several global companies.
The key performance indicators (KPIs) used by the industry to measure business expansion and manage hotels are average room rate (ARR) and revenue per available room (RevPAR). The ARR stood at INR 5,458.68 in FY 2020 as against INR 5,671.00 in FY 2017. It is expected to reach INR 6,292.85 by FY 2025 while expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of ~2.49% between FY 2021 and FY 2025.
In FY 2020, the RevPAR was ~INR 1,951.34 and is expected to reach INR 3,336.28 by FY 2025. It is expected that the hotel industry will expand at a promising rate since India will be hosting the ICC Men's World Cup in 2023. It has been assumed that this event would increase foreign tourists' footfall in the country.
Employee management is a major challenge faced by the industry. The attrition rate has gone up due to the lack of workforce quality and increased competition for trained employees from competing service sectors, such as aviation.
Based on hotel type, the hotel industry can be segmented into independent/unbranded hotels, alternate accommodations, new-age hotel chain, and branded or traditional hotels. The independent/unbranded segment accounts for ~70% of the total available hotel rooms. The second-largest segment includes alternate accommodations.
This is on account of the growing popularity of homestays among tourists. The new-age hotel chain is expected to hold nearly 6% of the total available hotel rooms in India in FY 2025. Moreover, the branded/traditional hotel segment, along with the major share in the organized sector, accounts for about 5% of the overall hotel industry in terms of room supply.
The industry is dependent on the tourism sector for business. The Ministry of Tourism, along with the Ministry of Railways and the Ministry of Civil Aviation, promotes tourism in the country. Therefore, government initiatives play a crucial role in its growth.
The Ministry of Tourism has undertaken schemes, such as PRASHAD (National Mission on Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual, Heritage Augmentation Drive), SWADESH DARSHAN (Integrated Development of Tourist Circuits around Specific Themes), and the promotion of e-visa to encourage tourist inflow.
NABH Nirman, UDAN - Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik, and Vision 2040 are some of the initiatives undertaken by the Ministry of Civil Aviation to enhance air connectivity, which would bring hotel guests even to the most remote corners of the country.
The Ministry of Railways is focused on developing railway infrastructure to ease domestic travel. Domestic travellers constitute the largest share of guest in the hotel industry.
The hotel industry is highly fragmented. It is dominated by several small and unorganized players. It has observed a shift in favor of the mid-market and budget hotel segments. Hotel aggregators' development in the budget segment has led the massive and unorganized hotel industry towards consolidation.
Bharat Hotels Limited
Hotel Leelaventure Limited
ITC Hotels Limited
Lemon Tree Hotels Limited
The Indian Hotels Company Limited
Sarovar Hotels Private Limited
The Park Hotels
Hyatt Hotels and Resorts
Marriott Hotels India Private Limited
Radisson Hotels Asia Private Company
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter 1: Executive summary
Chapter 2: Socio-economic indicators
Chapter 3: Introduction
3.1. Market definition and structure
3.2. Operating model
3.3. Revenue and cost split
3.3.1. Average breakup of revenue for hotels in India
3.3.2. Average breakup of operational costs for hotels in India
3.4. Customer segment - Based on the purpose
3.5. Industry characteristics
Chapter 4: Market overview
4.1. Market overview
4.1.1 Average room rate (ARR)/Average daily rate (ADR) market size and growth forecast (FY 2018 - FY 2025e)
4.1.2 Revenue per available room (RevPAR) market size and growth forecast (FY 2018 - FY 2025e)
4.1.3 Number of hotel rooms growth forecast (FY 2018 - FY 2025e)
Chapter 5: Market segmentation
5.1. Market segmentation based on types of hotels
5.2. Market segmentation based on types of accommodation
Chapter 6: Impact of COVID-19
6.1. Impact of COVID-19
Chapter 7: Market trends and technology
7.1. Market trends
7.2. Technology landscape
Chapter 8: Government initiatives
8.1. Initiatives undertaken by the Ministry of Tourism
8.2. Initiatives undertaken by the Ministry of Civil Aviation
8.3. Initiatives undertaken by the Ministry of Railways
Chapter 9: Market influencers
9.1. Market drivers
9.2. Market challengers
Chapter 10: Competitive landscape
10.1. Competition overview
10.1.1. Major online tourist portals
10.1.2. Other major hotel brands
10.2. Bharat Hotels Limited
10.3. Hotel Leelaventure Limited
10.4. ITC Hotels Limited
10.5. Lemon Tree Hotels Limited
10.6. The Indian Hotels Company Limited
10.7. Sarovar Hotels Private Limited
10.8. The Park Hotels
10.9. Hyatt Hotels and Resorts
10.10. Marriott Hotels India Private Limited
10.11. Radisson Hotels Asia Private Company
Chapter 11: Online tourist players
11.1. Major players
11.1.1. MakeMyTrip Limited
11.1.2. Oravel Stays Private Limited
11.1.3. Cleartrip Private Limited
11.1.4. Ibibo Group Private Limited
11.1.5. Airbnb India Private Limited
11.2. Website benchmarking - Online tourist players
Chapter 12: Recent developments
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