Top 10 Hotels in India 2016

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1. EIH Limited (Oberoi Hotels)

EIH Limited, a member of The Oberoi Group, is a publically listed company in the hospitality sector that was incorporated in the year 1949.

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EIH Limited’s operations are extended to 5 countries, and the properties that it manages fall either under the Trident brand, which are five star hotels, or under the Oberoi brand, which are luxury hotels. Oberoi Hotels and resorts are famous all over the world for their luxury and service quotient, and have consistently bagged awards and recognition as a testament to that.


In India, the Oberoi Hotels are present in all corners of the country, be it North (Delhi, Gurgaon, Jaipur, Udaipur, Agra), West (Mumbai, Ranthambhore), East (Kolkata) or South (Bangalore). Its presence can be felt in the Himalayas (Shimla) and even in the Kerala backwaters on the Oberoi Motor Vessel Vrinda. Overseas, the hotels are present in Asia (Bali and Lombok in Indonesia, and in Mauritius) and the Middle East (Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Egypt). To leverage and build on its hotel network, EIH Limited has properties coming up in UAE, Morocco and Chandigarh. Under the five star brand Trident, EIH Limited has properties in Agra, Gurgaon, Jaipur, Udaipur, Mumbai, Cochin, Chennai and Bhubaneshwar. Other than Trident and Oberoi, the company also operates the heritage Madiens Hotel in Delhi, which was built in 1903. To ensure world class service and luxury, the company recently closed down one of its oldest hotels The Oberoi Delhi for renovation purposes for the next two years. While Mr. P R S Oberoi heads the company as the Executive Chairman, Mr. S S Mukherji function in the capacity of Vice Chairman. It is notable that the conglomerate ITC and Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Investment arm hold 14.99 and 18.54 percent stake in EIH Limited respectively. The company is listed on both BSE and NSE.

Market Cap (Rs. cr): 6495

Net Sales (Rs. cr): 1416

Net Profit (Rs. cr): 101.48

Ranking Methodology:

The leading hotel chains and brands are considered and are ranked on the basis of their market cap, net sales and net profits.