Ginger Hotels to add 40 new hotels in India

Roots Corporation, a subsidiary of the Indian Hotel Company Limited (IHCL) under its brand, Ginger Hotels is looking at franchise mode of operations to expand its hotel portfolio, according to Travel Daily Media.

The brand which operates 30 properties across 24 cities in India, is looking at operating 40 more hotels by 2018. 

"The properties that are operational in India are either Greenfield, brownfield or lease projects," PK Mohankumar, managing director & CEO of Roots Corporation Ltd tells Franchise India. "We want to tap family-run businesses, participating in equity to refresh and upgrade these hotels to Ginger brand standards, thereby operate on lease or revenue-sharing model."

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