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The Oberoi Group

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The Oberoi Group
Private
IndustryHospitality
Founded1934; 84 years ago (1934)
FounderMohan Singh Oberoi
HeadquartersDelhi, India
Number of locations
33 (2017)
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
ProductsHotels and Resorts
Number of employees
13,000 (2017)[1]
ParentEast India Hotels
Websitewww.oberoihotels.com

The Oberoi Group is a hotel group with its head office in Delhi.[2] Founded in 1934, the company owns and/or operates 35 luxury hotels and two river cruise ships in six countries, primarily under its Oberoi Hotels & Resorts and Trident Hotels brands.[citation needed]

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History

The foundations of the Oberoi Group date back to 1934 when Rai Bahadur Mohan Singh Oberoi, the founder of the group, bought two properties: the Maidens in Delhi and the Clarke's in Shimla.[citation needed] In the following years Oberoi, assisted by his two sons, Tilak Raj Singh Oberoi and Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi (P.R.S. Oberoi), continued the expansion of their group with properties both in India and abroad.[3]

November 2008 terrorist attack

On 26 November 2008 two hotels in Mumbai (The Oberoi, Mumbai and Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai) were taken over by terrorist organizations as a part of the 2008 Mumbai attacks. 32 staff and guests were killed during the three-day siege.[4]

Ownership

The two major holding companies of The Oberoi Group are EIH Ltd and EIH Associated Hotels (formerly East India Hotels).[citation needed] P.R.S. Oberoi is the current chairman of The Oberoi Group. His son, Vikram Oberoi, and Arjun Oberoi serve in the capacities of the Joint Managing Directors at the holding companies.[citation needed]

The Oberoi family is the majority shareholder in EIH Ltd with a 32.11% stake.[citation needed] Cigarettes to Hotels conglomerate, ITC Limited owns approximately a 14.98% stake in EIH Ltd.[citation needed] To ward off pressures from ITC Ltd. whose ownership stands precariously close to the automatic open offer trigger at 15%, the Oberoi family divested a 14.12% stake in EIH Ltd. to Mukesh Ambani led Reliance Industries Investment and Holding Pvt Ltd. The stake sale happened on 30 August 2010 for Rs. 1,021 crores valuing EIH Ltd. at an enterprise value of Rs. 7,200 crores. Recently the stake of reliance further raised from ITC and it stood at 20% overall for Reliance industries.[citation needed]

Hotels

The company currently manages hotels under the luxury Oberoi Hotels & Resorts brand, with a further 10 five-star properties under the Trident Hotels brand. The Group also operates the Clarke's in Shimla and the Maidens Hotel, Delhi. These two properties however are not held under the Trident or under the Oberoi brand. The Clarke's, after remaining temporarily shut following its lawns caving in because of construction in the eco-sensitive vicinity, reopened on 16 September 2012.[citation needed]

List of hotels

Hotel City/area Country Brand Notes
The Oberoi Amarvilas Agra India Oberoi
The Oberoi, Bangalore Bangalore India Oberoi
The Oberoi, Gurgaon Gurgaon India Oberoi
The Oberoi Rajvilas Jaipur India Oberoi
The Oberoi Motor Vessel Vrinda Kerala India Oberoi Kerala backwater cruise
The Oberoi Grand Kolkata India Oberoi
The Oberoi, Mumbai Mumbai India Oberoi At Nariman Point, with the Trident
The Oberoi, New Delhi New Delhi India Oberoi
The Oberoi Sukhvilas Chandigarh India Oberoi
The Oberoi Vanyavilas Ranthambore India Oberoi
The Oberoi Cecil Shimla India Oberoi
Wildflower Hall Shimla India Oberoi
The Oberoi Udaivilas Udaipur India Oberoi No. 1, World's Best Hotels, 2015.[5] No. 4, World Best Hotels, 2012.[6]
The Oberoi, Bali Bali Indonesia Oberoi
The Oberoi, Lombok Lombok Indonesia Oberoi
The Oberoi, Mauritius Mauritius Mauritius Oberoi
The Oberoi, Sahl Hasheesh Sahl Hasheesh, Red Sea Egypt Oberoi
The Oberoi Philae Nile Cruiser Egypt Oberoi Nile cruise
The Oberoi Zahra Nile Cruiser Egypt Oberoi Nile cruise
The Oberoi, Madina Madina Saudi Arabia Oberoi
The Oberoi Business Bay Dubai United Arab Emirates Oberoi
The Oberoi Beach Resort Al Zorah, Ajman United Arab Emirates Oberoi
The Oberoi Marrakech Marrakech Morocco Oberoi Opening late 2018
Trident Agra Agra India Trident
Trident Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar India Trident
Trident Chennai Chennai India Trident
Trident Cochin Cochin India Trident
Trident Gurgaon Gurgaon India Trident
Trident Hyderabad Hyderabad India Trident
Trident Jaipur Jaipur India Trident
Trident Bandra Kurla Mumbai India Trident
Trident Nariman Point Mumbai India Trident At Nariman Point, with the Oberoi
Trident Udaipur Udaipur India Trident
Clarkes Hotel Shimla India (stand-alone hotel)
Maidens Hotel, Delhi Delhi India (stand-alone hotel)

Oberoi family

Prominent members

Name Date of birth Date of death Notes
Mohan Singh Oberoi 15 August 1898 3 May 2002 Founder of the Oberoi Group
Tilak Raj Singh Oberoi 1929 - Eldest son of MS Oberoi
Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi ? - Youngest son of MS Oberoi
Vikram Oberoi ? - Son of PRS Oberoi
Arjun Oberoi ? - Nephew of PRS Oberoi

Gallery

References

  1. ^ "What are The Oberoi Group's three grand pillars of success?". People Matters. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Contact Us." Oberoi Group. Retrieved on 14 November 2012. "Oberoi Hotels & Resorts 7, Sham Nath Marg, Delhi-110 054, India "
  3. ^ "About Our Founder". Oberoi Group. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  4. ^ Blakely, Rhys (22 December 2008). "A taste of defiance as massacre hotel opens for high tea". The Times. London. Retrieved 2011-01-08.
  5. ^ World's Best Hotels
  6. ^ World's Best Hotels 2012

Further reading

External links

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