Puneet Chhatwal to join Indian Taj group – CEO of Deutsche Hospitality to lead one the largest hotel groups in Asia
Mumbai, India – 29 August 2017 –
Next CEO of renowned Taj group will end up Punkt Chhatwal, insiders reported. The Indian born hospitality leading director will resign as CEO of German Deutsche Hospitality (brands Steigenberger, InterCity resorts and Jaz) finish of this year. Following five years leading the conventional German hotel set Steigenberger Hotels AG – today possessed by Egyptian travel conglomerate Travco – and 30 years working at the European hospitality sector i.e. for Rezidor, Mr Chhatwal will go back to his origins in India.
The charismatic and five languages talking top director transformed the Steigenberger team into an global firm expanding with its own mid-scale business hotel concept InterCity into the Middle East and East Asia. The most recent brand Jaz is created for the millennials and succeeds using a primary boutique hotel in Amsterdam and also another job in Stuttgart, Germany.
The Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) is a part of the Tata group and jointly called Taj group is just one of Asia’s largest and finest group of resorts. Incorporated by the creator of the Tata group, Jamsetji Tata, the Business opened its first property, the Taj Mahal Palace, in Bombay at 1903. The flagship resort Taj Mahal Palace at Mumbai was attacked by terrorists in 2008.
The Taj Hotels Palaces Resorts Safaris, therefore the official title, comprises 98 hotels in 61 locations Throughout the globe, including presence in India, North America, United Kingdom, Africa, Middle East, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan and Nepal.