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The state of Madhya Pradesh—known locally as "The Heart of India" and globally as the setting for “The Jungle Book”—is innovating meetings design by reimagining its heritage.
What better way to kick off International Women’s Day: Two New Delhi to San Francisco flights manned by an all-female crew.
India is firmly planted in the incentive spotlight with the Site Global Conference having just visited in October.
As a “wellness destination” in the middle of India's Golden Triangle, the ITC Grand Bharat will be at the top of the must-see list of India's meetings hotels when it opens late 2014.
Activities such as houseboating and Ayurvedic spa treatments immerse attendees in the culture of this special region of India.
For its first branded hotel in India, Conrad Hotels & Resorts has chosen a rising star in the tech universe: the city of Pune (pooh-nuh).
Lalit Chadha, Director at MCI Group for New Delhi, India, compares meetings in Delhi with the great cosmopolitan cities of the world.
At Taj Hotels Resorts & Palaces in India, meeting attendees go on culinary exploits of street food, community feasts, plantation walks, Indian bazaars and authentic cuisine at the hotel restaurants.
“It’s one of those dream travel experiences that seems right out of the movies.”
ITC Grand Chola Located along India’s southeastern coast, Chennai is the 4th largest city in India with the third busiest airport. A 90-minute flight from...
Dating back over 2,500 years, the ancient Sanskrit mantra Atithi devo bhava is translated as “The Guest is God.” It’s a philosophy embraced throughout India’s tourism sector, offered...
From the busy street markets in Delhi to the serene majesty of Udaipur’s lake resorts, the people of India honor their guests with pleasure,...
The drama begins with the massive, beautifully carved sandstone duo of royal elephants gracing the porte cochere. Opened this spring, The Leela Palace New...
“The debut of Sheraton brand in Udaipur is great news for international groups and fans of India."
Park Hotels are leading India's mice industry into the 21st century.
Travel like a Mahajara, spa like royal Indian prince or princess.