"Shangri La Hotels Swot" Essays and Research Papers

  • Shangri La Hotels Swot

    Shangri-La's Net Profit Rises 54% Kate O'Keeffe. Wall Street Journal (Online). New York, N.Y.: Mar 17, 2010. Abstract (Summary) HONG KONG--Luxury hotel operator Shangri-La Asia Ltd. said Wednesday its 2009 net profit rose 54%, lifted by higher property prices, though its core hotels business suffered from a sharp drop in demand due to the global financial crisis.  »  Jump to indexing (document details) Full Text (515  words) | (c) 2010 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. Reproduced with permission...

    China, Hong Kong, Hotel 2282  Words | 7  Pages

  • Shangri-La Case Study

    1. What are the key elements of Shangri-La Hotel’s strategy? Which of the five generic competitive strategies described in Chapter 5 is the company employing? What is Shangri-La’s strategy for competing internationally? Firstly, the elements involved in a company’s strategy can be separated into two categories: internal and external ones. Based on our research, we believe that the key elements that in Shangri-La’s strategy are the internal ones that include management, organisation culture, employee...

    Customer, Customer service, Economic growth 2411  Words | 7  Pages

  • Shagri La Advertisement Analysis

    of the creative potential. Brand History Shangri-La is a premier hospitality provider founded in 1971 in Singapore. Its name was inspired by James Hilton's legendary novel "Lost Horizon", which encapsulates a placid haven in the Himalayas mountains, called Shangri-La, which cast a spell on its residents. Today, Shangri-La composes of over 70 deluxe hotels and resorts in key cities in Asia Pacific, Canada and the Middle East. Apart from providing hotels and resorts, it has also established spas and...

    Advertising, Brand, Hotel 1623  Words | 5  Pages

  • Shangri-La Hotels

    What are the key elements of Shangri-La Hotel’s strategy? Which of the five generic competitive strategies described in Chapter 5 is the company employing? What is Shangri-La’s strategy for competing internationally? 2. What policies, practices, support systems, and management approaches underlie Shangri-La’s efforts to execute its strategy? 3. How important are the company’s training and Shangri-La Care program to its success? What is your assessment of Shangri-La’s compensation policies and...

    Hotel chains, Robert Kuok, Shangri-La Hotels 389  Words | 2  Pages

  • Shangri La

    INDRODUCTION In this project I intend to analyze the complex case of Shangri-La hotel chain a company mainly situated in the Asia pacific but also in some regions of Europe, North America and Australia. I will explain its business strategy making an external analysis about the macro environment, the industry environment and the competitors. I will then try to find some ways to improve the company’s financial and strategic performance and its contribution to a sustainable competitive environment...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 2482  Words | 8  Pages

  • Shangri-La

    1. Shangri-La Background: Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is a deluxe Asian hotel chain, founded in 1971 in Singapore by the Malaysian-Chinese tycoon Robert Kuok. The company quickly differentiated itself from the competition and provided distinctive Asian standards of hospitality and service. As of 2006, Shangri-La was the largest Asian-based deluxe hotel group in Southeast Asia. The company managed a total of 50 hotels under two brands: the five-star Shangri-La and the four-star Traders- a sister...

    Asia, Financial ratio, Financial ratios 640  Words | 2  Pages

  • Shangri-La Hotel and Resort

    established in 1949 and until 1979 the home-grown Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, was opened its doors in 1971 and it was opened under the management of Western International Hotels. However, Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd was founded in 1982 and from that time until now, Shangri- La endeavoured through countless challenged from the Asian financial crisis to the outbreak of SARS in 2003 and a lot of other challenges, Shangri- La Hotels and Resorts (SLHR) recently was announced and located...

    Boutique hotel, Hospitality industry, Hotel 8639  Words | 39  Pages

  • shangrila

    December 12, 2014 Shangrila Hotels, A Fusion of Asianness and Luxury When the namesake “Shangrila” was taken from James Hilton’s legendary novel “Lost Horizon” it became a brand of world-reknowned hotel chains, and everything else was history. Shangrila Hotels’ tourism planning, strategy and marketing all revolve around this brand image of a lost paradise, with an Asian setting, and a trademark of luxury. Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts was founded in 1971 by the Malaysian-Chinese...

    Brand, Brand management, Branding 1113  Words | 5  Pages

  • Shangri-La

    โรงแรม Shangri-La ในเดือนพฤศจิกายน 2006 Symon Bridle หัวหน้าเจ้าหน้าที่ปฏิบัติการคนใหม่ของโรงแรมและรีสอร์ทในเครือ Shangri-La ได้ตรวจสอบความคืบหน้าของบริษัทแม่ในฮ่องกง ซึ่งได้ดำเนินการมา 10 ปีก่อนหน้านี้ ซึ่งมีการเติบโตจากธุรกิจที่มุ่งเน้นระดับภูมิภาคไปสู่กลุ่มโรง แรมหรูระดับนานาชาติที่มีการขยายตัวอย่างรวดเร็ว ด้วยพนักงานจำนวน 18,400 คน โรงแรมจำนวน 50 แห่ง และรายได้ 842 ล้านเหรียญสหรัฐฯ โรงแรมและรีสอร์ทในเครือ Shangri-La เป็นผู้นำในอุตสาหกรรมโรงแรมหรู บริษัทมีการเติบโตอย่างรวดเร็วเพื่อตอบสนองต่อความต้องการที่เพ ...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Las Vegas Strip 1683  Words | 16  Pages

  • Shangri-La

    Case 24Shangri-La Hotels 1. The key element of strategy implemented by Shangri-La Hotel in gaining competitive advantage over its rivals is by offering services that are superior value worth paying more for. Shangri-la uses its signature standard of “Shangri-La Hospitality” in achieving an edge or competitive advantage over rivals in attracting buyers and coping with competitive forces. A company’s competitive strategy deals exclusively with the specific of management’s game plan for competing...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Robert Kuok 2831  Words | 8  Pages

  • Shangri La

    Welcome to Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur The Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur is an international 4-star business hotel in Kuala Lumpur. (Google Map) An hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur is located in the golden triangle of Kuala Lumpur, amidst the bustling business district and major tourist attractions. It is a 10-minute drive from Putra World Trade Centre. Within walking distance is the Malaysia Tourism Center (MaTiC), Suria KLCC Shopping Centre...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 3596  Words | 15  Pages

  • Shangri La Strategic Management

    Strategic Analysis of Shangri-la I. Introduction The hospitality industry constitutes an economic sector with the fastest growth worldwide. At present, the industry continues to receive recognition as a profitable and progressive industry. The hospitality industry offers diverse opportunities for employees and varied services and features to customers. This means that overall industry actual and potential provisions are unlimited, which accounts for continuous shifts or adjustments contributing...

    Asset, Hospitality industry, Hotel 2683  Words | 8  Pages

  • Shangri-La in China

    international hotel chain – The Shangri-la Hotels & Resorts Group. Inspired by James Hilton’s legendary novel Lost Horizon, “A tranquil haven in the mountains of Tibet, Shangri-La casts a spell on all who resided there,” the hotel group has since adopted Shangri-La as their corporate brand to promote Asian hospitality, which mainly targets leisure and business travellers. Founded by the richest man from South East Asia, Mr Robert Kuok, it opens its first award-winning hotel in Singapore at...

    China, Hotel, Hotel chains 2812  Words | 8  Pages

  • Shangri-La Case Study

    Shangri-La Hotels Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is a deluxe Asian hotel chain and was founded in 1971 in Singapore by the Malaysian-Chinese tycoon Robert Kuok. The name Shangri-La means “eternal youth, peace and tranquility” and embodied the serenity and service for which the hotel chain was renowned throughout the world. As of 2006, Shangri-La had four main business segments: hotel ownership and operations, property development including commercial buildings and serviced apartments, hotel management...

    Employment, Hotel, Hotel chains 2900  Words | 9  Pages

  • hotel

    Resources In the case study, it illustrates different kind of organizational resource, including human resources, financial resources, physical resources, general organizational resources, and organizational knowledge and learning. Human Resources Shangri-La invests heavily in training in the past. It puts a lot of resource to modest in their performances and provides the best services to customers with kind attitude. Its training programmers emphasize service attitudes, organizational value and job...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 555  Words | 2  Pages

  • Change Management- Shangri-La 2000

    Change Management- Shangri-La 2000 Introduction The paper reviews the changing event of organizational culture of Shangri-La Asia Limited (hereinafter referred to as “Shangri-La”) held in the 1990s. In spite of enjoying some appreciable profits and rapid development of the scale of the company in the early 1990s, their management concerned the urgency of change in organization culture in order to enhance customer loyalty through creating a common goal and a set of common values within the organization...

    2000, Hotel, Hotel chains 3530  Words | 13  Pages

  • Shangri-La (M) Sdn Bhd- Business Finance

    INTRODUCTION Shangri-La Hotels (Malaysia) Berhad (SHMB) incorporated on 29th June 1971 and registered its office which located at 13th Floor, UBN Tower, 10 Jalan P. Ramlee and postcode 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The head office is located Shangri-La Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa, 10th Mile, Batu Feringgi Beach, 11100 Penang. Shangri-La Hotels operated under hospitality (hotels) industry and engages in variety operation of beach resort, clubhouse, hotels, golf course as well as associates in the...

    Balance sheet, Cash flow, Corporate finance 7022  Words | 18  Pages

  • Shangrila Hotel

    in James Hilton's novel Lost Horizon published in 1933, the name Shangri-La encapsulates the serenity and service for which Shangri-La is renowned worldwide. Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is Asia Pacific's leading luxury hotel group and regarded as one of the world’s finest hotel ownership and management companies. The Shangri-La story began in 1971 with its first deluxe hotel in Singapore. Today, there are 68 hotels and resorts throughout Asia Pacific, North America and the Middle...

    Asia, Hong Kong, Hotel 387  Words | 2  Pages

  • Shang-Rila Hotel Strategic Plan Analysis

    Introduction: Prominence, Adversity, the Plan Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, as one of the most distinguished brands in the hotel industry worldwide, has earned its reputation with its dedication to high quality service. In spite of enjoying some appreciable profits and rapid development of the scale of the company in the early 1990s, there was no common core value among all the hotels. It was this concern that led to the introduction of the "Shangri-La 2000" strategic plan. In this essay, the changes...

    Hotel chains, Robert Kuok, Shangri-La Hotels 4795  Words | 14  Pages

  • Service Management

    in 3 years 4 months: Shangri-La, Sydney Dr Troy Heffernan, University of Plymouth, UK and Marcelle Foundling, Charles Sturt University, Australia You cannot transport a culture, but you can indeed translate it; that is, take into account and adapt to the local environment (Giovanni Angelini, CEO and managing director of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts (Hamdi 2006)). 219 INTRODUCTION The Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is the largest Asian-based deluxe hotel group in the region...

    Culture, Hotel, Hotel chains 5862  Words | 18  Pages

  • Introduction To The Company

    industry that I chose is Hotel Industry and the company that I selected is Shangri La Hotel and resort. Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is a Hong Kong-based company. Their website: http://www.shangri-la.com/. Shangri-La is a differentiated marketing hotel. The company offers different branding hotels to meet different niche groups of customer expectations with a unique Asian hospitality services model such as spa branding hotel and trader hotel. Target Market: Shangri-La Hotel and resort main caters...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Resort 278  Words | 3  Pages

  • For Me , You and You.

    1.5 million tonnes, equivalent to 10% of world production, and so earned his nickname "Sugar King of Asia". In 1971, he built the first Shangri-La Hotel, in Singapore. His first foray into Hong Kong property was in 1977, when he acquired a plot of land on the newly reclaimed Tsim Sha Tsui East waterfront, where he built the second hotel, the Kowloon Shangri-La. In 1993, his Kerry Group acquired a 34.9% stake in the South China Morning Post from Murdoch's News Corporation. His companies have investments...

    China, Hong Kong, Malaysia 540  Words | 2  Pages

  • Strategic Plan of Shangri-La Hotel

    corporate strategies for a hotel 4 3.1 Mission Statement 4 3.2 Strategic Goals 6 3.3 Corporate Strategies 7 3.3.1 Shangri-La Care 1: Shangri-La Hospitality from Caring People 9 3.3.2 Shangri-La Care 2: Delighting Customers 9 3.3.3 Shangri-La Care 3: Recover to Gain Loyalty 9 3.3.4 Shangri-La Care 4: Take Ownership 10 4.0 SWOT chart for the Shangri-La Hotel 11 5.0 Conclusion 14 6.0 Reference 15 1.0 Introduction Our group have chosen Shangri La as our topic of discussion...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 2525  Words | 7  Pages

  • Shangri-La Hotel Stp

    situation and history of a international hotel from China, Shangri-la hotel, which is one of the best and luxury hotel in Asia. Merely mention how the whole hotel market environment influence Shangri-la hotel. How do they compete with their major competitors? How do they segment their market and what is their target market how do they form their strategies by these major market to help customers to distinguish the major differences between their hotel and other hotels. These information will be mentioned...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 663  Words | 3  Pages

  • Shangri-La Hotel

    MGT103 Case Study Report The Shangri-la Hotel Francesca Donovan Identify any Loyalty Programs and evaluate the effectiveness of it? In the past the hospitality industry offered loyalty programs, usually formed with an alliance such as an airline. Due to the fact airlines have segregated themselves and formed their own frequent flier points, the hotel industry has been forced to produce programs for themselves. Loyalty programs within the hotel industry are ensuring customer satisfaction...

    Hospitality industry, Hotel, Hotel chains 1022  Words | 3  Pages

  • Shangri-La Hotel

    Overview “The Shangri-la" is the brand of limited-company Shangri-la (Asia) Co., LTD in Hong Kong, this company belongs to the famous Chinese businessman--"The candy king" Robert Kuok ‘s Kuok Group in Malaysia. The story of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts began in 1971 when a deluxe hotel was founded in the city of Singapore. Today, Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is the largest Asian-based deluxe hotel group in the region. And it is regarded as one of the world's finest hotel management...

    Business models, Hotel, Hotel chains 1692  Words | 6  Pages

  • Shangri La Hotels

    Shangri-La is a fictional place described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by British author James Hilton. Hilton describes Shangri-La as a mystical, harmonious valley, gently guided from a lamasery, enclosed in the western end of the Kunlun Mountains. Shangri-La has become synonymous with any earthly paradise but particularly a mythical Himalayan utopia — a permanently happy land, isolated from the outside world. In the novel Lost Horizon, the people who live at Shangri-La are almost immortal, living...

    Destination hotel, Hotel, Hotels 1110  Words | 4  Pages

  • Characteristics Affecting Consumer Behaviour of Shangri-La Hotels

    since then, Shangri-la Hotels and Resorts has developed consistantly to become one of the world’s finest hotel companies nowadays. It has received numerous positive feedbacks from customers and awards. - We are going to discuss about the characteristics that affecting consumer behaviour and how Shangri-la has succeeded fulfilling them. ❖ Cultural factors: - Not many people know the fact that the first Shangri-la hotel was established in Singapore. Therefore, the hotel has also adopted...

    Chao Phraya River, Hospitality industry, Hotel 644  Words | 3  Pages

  • Shangrila Hotel

    Shangri-La Hotels Malaysia Bhd Fundamental Company Report Including Financial, SWOT, Competitors and Industry Analysis Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 Fax: +44 207 900 3970 office@marketpublishers.com http://marketpublishers.com Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.com Industry Analysis Business Analytic Center (BAC) Date: Oct, 2011 Pages: 50 Price: US$ 499.00 ID: SE8C27A604AEN Shangri-La...

    Annual report, Asset turnover, Balance sheet 1856  Words | 6  Pages

  • Shangri-La Shanghai Room Division

    HISTORY The Shangri-La story began in 1971 with their first deluxe hotel in Singapore. The name Shangri-La itself was inspired by James Hilton's legendary novel, titled Lost Horizon. A tranquil haven in the mountains of Tibet, Shangri-La casts a spell on all who resided there. Today, Shangri-La stands as a synonym for paradise. And even though mythical in origin, the name perfectly captures the authentic peaceful and service for which Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts are renowned worldwide. Nowadays...

    China Eastern Airlines, Hotel, Mercedes-Benz 1250  Words | 5  Pages

  • Shangri-La Pest Analysis

    the government, Shangri-La has not much to fear, especially in a politically stable country such as Singapore. In such a well-governed country, there has never been demonstrations of displeasure or anything interruption of businesses. With peace and prosperity, not only Shangri-La, but the industry will enjoy the fruits of the growth in tourism supported by the government. Economical As the number of visitors to Singapore increased by 20.2% in year 2010, revenue of the hotel room lettings saw...

    Cruise ship, Destination hotel, Hotel 1250  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel Chains

    Marketing analysis for Shangri la Hotels and Resorts A Shangri-la hotels and Resorts is founded in 1971 which is the first deluxe hotel in Singapore by the Malaysian-Chinese tycoon Robert Kuok. The name was inspired by British author James Hilton’s novel “Lost Horizon”. The meaning of Shangri-la is ethnic youth, peace and tranquility. Shangri-la hotels and Resorts is the first enter to a Chinese hotel market as a foreign investor and built its headquarters in Hong-Kong. From 1982 to 2002 the company...

    Corporation, Hotel, Hotel chains 2030  Words | 7  Pages

  • Shangri La

    Director 2 • Shangri-La Culture 3 o Philosophy 3 o Vision 3 o Mission 4 o Guiding principle 4 • Product and Services 5 • Company Analysis 6 o SWOT analysis 6 o Location analysis 6 o Forecasting 7 • Competitor 9 • Current issue 10 • Recommendation 12 • Conclusion 12 • References 13 Overview Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is the world’s largest Asia-based luxury hotel group, welcomes business and leisure travelers with award winning Asian hospitality. Shangri-La Hotel and Resorts...

    Destination hotel, Hotel, Hotel chains 3286  Words | 11  Pages

  • Shangri-La Hotels

    Shangri-La Hotels Contents Background Executive Summary Problem Statement Current Strategy External Environment VRINE Model Internal Analysis TOWS Analysis Value Chain Analysis Key Success Factors Alternatives Recommendations Implementation Plan Prologue Appendices Background Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is Asia Pacific's leading luxury hotel group and regarded as one of the world’s finest hotel ownership and management...

    Hotel, Marketing, Strategic management 1629  Words | 8  Pages

  • Shangri-La

    Summary 3 Identification 4 Past and Current Strategies 4 Problem Identification 4 Analysis and Evaluation 5 External Analysis 5 Key Industry Factors 6 Five Forces Analysis 6 Internal Analysis 8 Financial Analysis 9 SWOT Analysis 9 Corporate and Functional Strategies 11 Alternatives 13 Decision Criteria: 13 Alternatives 13 Alternative 1 – Forming Alliances or Partnerships with International Brands in New Countries 13 Alternative 2 – Expand Culture...

    Hospitality industry, Hotel, Hotel chains 2331  Words | 11  Pages

  • Swot Analysis of Hilton Hotel

    SWOT analysis of Hilton hotel Strengths • Hilton Hotel Corporation (HHC) is a well established organization and industry leader in the hotel, hospitality and gaming industry • HHC is well diversified across the industry with hotels in the high end, business and mid-priced classes in their product mix • HHC also possesses solid integration features such as owning the companies that manufacture its furniture and has invested in online reservation travel enterprises Weaknesses ...

    Casino, Hotel 496  Words | 3  Pages

  • Shangri-La Hotels and Landmarks Berhad (Malaysia)

    on the Shangri-La Hotels but not on Landmarks Berhad. They could use the bad situation of our economy as the main reason for the decline in revenue for year 2009 but not for year 2008. Besides that, when we look at the average liquidity of hospitality industry, their average should be around 1.5 or less since the largest inventories held by a hotel are in the form of guest rooms, and these are included under property, plant and equipment which is a part of fixed assets. Therefore hotels can operate...

    1916, 1917, 1918 437  Words | 2  Pages

  • Shangri La

    Financial Conditions Treasury Policies Investment Properties Valuations Financial Assets Held for Trading – Trading Securities Development Programmes Acquisitions and New Joint Ventures Dilution of Interest and Project Termination Management Contracts for Hotels Owned by Third Parties 28 Prospects 162 163 70 72 65 66 67 28 28 29 51 61 63 Corporate Social Responsibility Human Resources REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS CORPORATE GOVERNANCE REPORT INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S REPORT CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION...

    Board of directors, Corporate title, Executive director 56656  Words | 216  Pages

  • Hotels

    Best Western Plus Antel Hotel Vs Holiday Inn Best Western Plus Antel Hotel has a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Business amenities at this 3-star property include a business center, a meeting/conference room, and limo/town car service. This family-friendly hotel offers a poolside bar. The staff can provide concierge services, wedding services, and event catering. Additional amenities include a children's...

    Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Hotel, Hotel chains 822  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hotel Continental

    Co Exhibit A HOTEL CONTINENTAL INCOME STATEMENT For the Years 1987-1988 Revenues 1987 1988 Rooms P 1,969,722.18 P 2,515,575.96 Food P 4,843,486.42 P 5,426,843.98 Beverage P 637,862.39 P 684,983.02 Laundry P 23,070.24 P 29,175.00 Telephone P 147,417.16 P 175,163.14 Swimming Pool P 156,718.28 P 182,718.45 Other Income P 660,336.83 P 842,985.15 Total Revenue ...

    Destination hotel, Hotel, Hotels 629  Words | 4  Pages

  • Swot Analysis for Sheraton Hotel

    SWOT analysis of Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel. Strengths of Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel 1. Best Location and Seaview Hotel located at Tsim Sha Tsui, it is center of Hong Kong, many shopping complexes and near Hong Kong Space Museum, Cultural Center, and major corporate offices. MTR, Star Ferry and Bus Terminus are nearby. 2. Famous Brand 3. It also has a Grand Ballroom and 14 function rooms to host business meetings, large conference or celebration. Hotel offers meeting and business services including...

    History of Hong Kong, Hong Kong International Airport, Hotel 607  Words | 3  Pages

  • Shangri La Group

    Vision and Mission Through the years, Shangri-La group philosophy has been “Shangri-La Hospitality from a caring family.” They always believed in the unique features captured by Asian hospitality. They promise to provide guests with distinctive Asian standards of hospitality and provide excellence service to customers to assists them to stand out among their peers. The key of the Shangri-La brand was marinated in offering customers a memorable experience by mixing local cultures, glamorous art...

    Customer, Customer service, Hospitality industry 637  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marketing Analysis for Shangri-La

    List of table Table 1 17 Executive summary This report mainly focus on the current market situation of Shangri-la Hotel Company, providing evaluations and recommendations for marketers of the company to get more involved in the hotels in the Chinese market. A brief introduction of the background of Shangri-la is included, as well as the market and product category which Shangri-la exists. The report demonstrates the macro and micro environment and introduces the major competitors. In addition...

    Days Inn, Hotel, Hotel chains 4158  Words | 15  Pages

  • Swot Analysis

    international hotels including Sheraton, Hyatt, Radisson, Meridien, Four Seasons Regent, and Marriott International are already established in the Indian markets and are still expanding. SWOT Analysis STRENGTHS 1. Natural and cultural diversity : India has a rich cultural heritage. The "unity in diversity" tag attracts most tourists. The coastlines, sunny beaches, backwaters of Kerala, snow capped Himalayas and the quiescent lakes are incredible. 2. Demand-supply gap : Indian hotel industry is...

    Cultural tourism, Destination hotel, Hospitality industry 731  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hotel Intern Report

    First 400-Hour Report This report views the my first experience and evaluation as a front office intern at Traders Hotel Yangon which is a chain hotel of Shangri- La resorts and hotels. As a front office intern, I have to rotate among 7 departments of the front office including the operator department, business center, Traders Club Lounge department, Mini Mart, Concierge, Reception and finally Guest Relation Officer Department. My internship period was 2 months so I was assigned at one department...

    Concierge, Hotel, Hotel chains 1743  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hotel Continental

     Hotel Continental In July 1989, Mr. Oscar Mendoza, owner of Triumph Tours read in the newspapers an advertisement for the leasing of Hotel Continental’s facilities. During the last six months, Oscar Mendoza has been seriously thinking about operating hotel to complement his travel agency business. Oscar Mendoza had been experiencing difficulties in getting hotel accommodation for his tour groups’ last year during the peak travel months of December, January, July and August. Hotel Continental...

    Hotel, Hotels, Las Vegas Strip 861  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel Management System

    2.0 STUDY OF RELATED LITERATURES 2.1 FOREIGN STUDY 2.1.1 Hotel Swiss-Garden Kuala Lumpur The official website for Hotel Swiss-Garden is http://www.swissgarden.net/. The main functions of Hotel Swiss-Garden online reservation system are to provide hotel information and online room reservation. Visitors can get hotel information such as location of hotel, room rates, room description and hotel facilities. The reservation process required quest to fill their detail in reservation form. Reservation...

    Bed and breakfast, Destination hotel, Hotel 1300  Words | 5  Pages

  • Shangri La Review

    OPERATIONS REVIEW ~ CITY HOTELS CITY HOTELS The financial performance of Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur declined over 2001 owing to the negative impact of the ongoing extensive renovation works at the hotel throughout 2002. Additionally, business conditions remained challenging with lower corporate demand as a result of a softening global economy. Specifically, the last quarter of 2002 saw the commencement of the final phase of the hotel’s renovation programme involving refurbishment works to...

    Board of directors, Chairman, Corporate governance 10807  Words | 35  Pages

  • Banyan Tree hotels recommendations

    being offered by other top-class hotel chain. The competitive disadvantage of Banyan Tree is that it is not the lowest prices accommodation in the category, nor is it the highest of the top end accommodation. Moreover, Banyan Tree would not be a preferred destination for families that prefer accomodations with play places for children nor would it be preferred by guests that were seeking water sports. The main competitor of Banyan Tree were the other luxury resort/hotels in the area. Banyan Tree had...

    Advertising, Brand, Brand equity 1209  Words | 6  Pages

  • Radisson Hotel SWOT Analysis WEEK 2

    Radisson Hotel SWOT Analysis A. Strengths 1. Top notch service and excellent customer service 2. Global presence –420+ hotels globally in over 75 countries
3. Goodwill from Employees and customers 4. They offer really go deals and promotional offers hence attracting more customers 5. Parent group adds to brand value 6. High Brand Recall B. Weaknesses 1. The brand name comes with a perception of being expensive 2. Current economic status is bound to take a toll on spending power 3. Still trying...

    Brand, Branding, Carlson Companies 1190  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel Thesis

    MORE HOTELS AND CONVETION THAN AYALA LAND A Research Paper Presented to The (Name of your school English faculty) City University of Pasay F.B. Harrison Street, Pasay City In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Course (Subject - Section) (Name) March 2013 Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION A. Background of the Study Numerous numbers of hotels were established mostly on part of Metro Manila. The process of this actually increases the tourism in the Philippines. Hotels can...

    Ayala Corporation, Companies of the Philippines, Jaime Augusto Zobel 1948  Words | 7  Pages

  • Conclusion: Hotel and Customer Loyalty

    According to my research, brand image as direct affect customer loyalty. As a five-star hotel have a good brand image is important for customer loyalty and long-term business. Brand image also affect customer loyalty through use customer satisfaction as the medium. If you are selling to people who are willing to pay a premium price for choose your hotel, you have to have a quality in you brand. Without a hotel brand image which in some way you will get the wrong customers or in the extreme case, no...

    Brand, Casino, Graphic design 1838  Words | 6  Pages

  • MAJESTICA HOTEL IN SHANGHAI

    MAJESTICA HOTEL IN SHANGHAI Majestica, a luxury hotel management service business began in 1970 in Western Europe. Majestica gradually expand to United Kingdom, United States, North America, Asia and so on. After a gradual expansion in Asia, Majestica become the world's largest operators of luxury hotel and resort. Majestica earn by hotel ownership operation and hotel management but last five years they are concerning to managing hotel. All over the world, owner and developer of luxury hotels are attracted...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 734  Words | 2  Pages

  • Market Research Analysis

    project/product/service etc. In the Hotel industry like Shangri la they can conduct a Pestle analysis on different restaurants and outlets in their hotel S.W.O.T. Analysis What is SWOT Analysis S.W.O.T. is an acronym that stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Conducting a SWOT analysis of your business is actually kind of fun. It won’t take much time, and doing it forces you to think about your business in a whole new way. The point of a SWOT analysis is to help you develop...

    Hotel, Hotels, Management 831  Words | 8  Pages

  • Hotel

    Indian Hotel Industry Overview & Opportunities • Ask a question Raise your hand Type question Australia Unlimited Contents • • • • • • • • • • Key facts Advantage India Market overview Emerging Trends Investments Key initiatives Opportunities About HICSA 2011 Hotel development mission AUSTRADE INDIA – Travel and Tourism KEY FACTS AT A GLANCE • Contribution of travel and tourism to GDP expected to rise from AUD 120 bn in year 2010 to AUD 350 bn by year 2020 • Average growth...

    Destination hotel, Hospitality industry, Hotel 1031  Words | 6  Pages

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    business enterprises, schools, hospitals, government and non government services. However, some of them are still using manual system. In this regard, we acknowledge the value of computerized system. As of today’s generation, there are already many hotel existing. One of which is D’ Budgetel that serves private rooms and dormitory type. It is located at Corrales Extension, Cagayan de Oro City and is owned by Monte Carlo Realty and Development Corporation. D’ Budgetel started the operation of their...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 1075  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hilton Hotels Corporation Marketing Analysis

    how to draw more consumers from other gambling casinos, and how to make Hilton a resort destination. Two-thirds of Hilton's total operating earnings in the early 1990's were derived from the four casinos they owned in Las Vegas, Nevada. Expanding on this idea will ensure the hotel chain firmly plants its feet in the entertainment and resort business (Hilton Case Study). By investing massive amounts of revenue into developing their gaming division, the Hilton will become a destination resort that...

    Casino, Hampton Inn, Hilton Hotels 2350  Words | 7  Pages

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    excited. Although great service is always at the forefront for any hotelier, both the hotel industry and hospitality education providers are reacting to changes in the market and consumer trends, and adjusting their services to what really matters to this new generation of customers. The most talked about example of this is with WIFI. Wireless Internet was once a paid amenity or luxury at certain hotels. Generation Y has come to expect WIFI as standard. Those changes, especially around technology...

    Education, Generation X, Generation Y 604  Words | 3  Pages

  • Las Vegas Case Study

    Overview of Las Vegas & LVCVA Most people might not even think of Las Vegas as a “product”, or even they think of it as a brand. Places are included in the concept of product. Places could be cities, states, regions, or entire nations. Place marketing involves marketing strategies which contribute to create, maintain and change attitudes and behavior towards particular places. Behind the scenes, the image of Las Vegas is created and maintained by LVCVA, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority...

    Brand management, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, Las Vegas metropolitan area 1840  Words | 5  Pages

  • Swot

    stay-in guest, the island’s tourism has flourished. In the course of time, several hotels, resorts, inns and restaurants have mushroomed within the area. How to get there? * By Private Charter The favorite mode of transport of tourists who upon arrival at the airport would like to be whisked away from Manila all the way to Puerto Galera. An air-conditioned van will be waiting at the airport or your hotel to pick you up. The driver will be at the exit or the lobby carrying a sign with the...

    Batangas, Luzon, Manila 1345  Words | 5  Pages

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