Five star hotels plan to deliver luxury restaurant and bar to your home
MUMBAI: Would you like to savor Cigara Boregi at Souk, Taj Mahal Tower’s specialty restaurant? Or would you like to have Pesto Zoodles from The St. Regis, a five star hotel in South Worli in Mumbai?
Whichever you choose, these five-star hotels are ready to deliver their signature recipes and dishes from their award-winning restaurants to your dining room. You also have the option to wash it down with drinks from their bar.
And there are more restaurants to order – from The Oberoi, The Marriott, ITC, and The Lalit among others.
As the covid-19 pandemic treats a ??A 6 lakh crore hit for the hospitality industry and the hospitality industry, he finds ways to keep himself going, running deals not only for his loyal clientele, but also trying to win new clients.
For Khushnooma Kapadia, Regional Marketing Manager, South Asia, Marriott International, its Marriott on Wheels home delivery service has experienced very positive growth and provides the hotel with a stable middle income stream at this time.
âWe have launched ‘Marriott on Wheels’ in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Kochi, Kolkata and Ahmedabad to name a few. This service is currently available at over 55 hotels, and more properties are launching and join this service delivery platform. We are seeing very positive growth in demand and would add more verticals to this delivery platform, which extends to corporate outdoor catering services, to bento boxes and Grab & Go meal options, âsaid Kapadia.
At Lalit, it’s no longer about numbers but about tackling the new standard and building customer confidence.
âIn the new standard, we have to keep trying because some things will work and some things won’t,â says Gaurav Mishra, Managing Director, Marketing and Communications, The Lalit.
The hotel has launched Chef on Call and Bartender on Call for its guests, where they can enjoy delicacies and delicious cocktails in the comfort and hygiene of their own homes.
For an enhanced dining and beverage experience, the hotel offers door-to-door and take-out options via food trucks parked at the hotel porch in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore.
âWe have even started Ayurvedic consultations and in-home salon experiences for our clients, to make sure to contact them if they cannot come and see us. In addition, we are also open to offering space on our premises. to companies looking for short-term space, âsays Mishra.
Last month, Tata Group Indian Hotels Company Ltd (IHCL), owner of Taj Hotels, announced the launch of its online food delivery platform called Qmin, which will launch on July 25.
Consumers can use the platform to order food at eight restaurants in Mumbai, including Golden Dragon and Taj Mahal Palace Souk; Thai Pavilion and President’s Trattoria; and Ming Yang from Taj Lands’ End, among others.
Puneet Chhatwal, Managing Director and Managing Director of Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), said, âThis addition will increase the group’s food and beverage offerings by leveraging a digital platform to meet growing demand. of consumers for online gourmet food delivery services. Qmin will expand in the coming months to include the Qmin gourmet store with deli food choices. Taj has been home to our guests for over a century. With the launch of Qmin, we are bringing Taj to their home. “
All of these hotels have signed up with the online food delivery platform Swiggy and Zomato for delivery.
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