The problems faced by airline companies in India has not affected travel within the country as is evident from the fact that domestic air traffic has shot up.
With the fall of the Indian rupee against the dollar, Indians stayed within the country. The number of domestic fliers crossed the 6-crore mark in 2011 with 75 percent aircraft occupancy most of the time. Add to this rail and road transport and we will get mind boggling figures of travelers.
With travel companies also stepping up efforts to woo the domestic populace, the fish bit the bait and travel industry bloomed.
To escape hot climes many headed to hill stations and places like Bangalore to enjoy metro life and pleasant weather throughout the year. As always Bangalore hotels stood high in average room rates and occupancy levels. The hospitality industry here ranks among the best in the country.
Bangalore hotels boast of different categories like 5 Star showcasing luxury and 4 Star with premium benefits. The 3 Star hotels in Bangalore offer clean and comfortable rooms with room services at moderate rates. They also have Internet access and other facilities to keep in touch with office while enjoying with family.
The IT industry in Bangalore attracts heavy foreign traffic but with the slowdown, international travelers have reduced. The focus has shifted elsewhere and the fast development of other industries like manufacturing, textile and aerospace has resulted in a spurt in domestic business traffic movement. This led to more rooms being added in 3 Star hotels situated away from the city center.
Catering to business and leisure, 3 Star hotels in Bangalore provide what a tourist will desire and a business traveler will need like good accommodation, business tools, dining and recreational facilities, multi cuisines restaurants, spa treatments, swimming pools, gyms and, close proximity to shopping malls, city attractions etc.
Homely cottages, service apartments and western style hotels serve as strong crowd pullers to this busy metro. Bangalore also serves as the gateway to neighbouring attractions like Coorg with rich plantations, Nandi hills, Brindhavan, Mysore, Kolur and Manthralaya to name a few. No wonder domestic traffic to Bangalore in on the rise.
The Indian hospitality industry will gain from an India-centric growth strategy taking into consideration better demographics and rising affluence. The falling rupee and the introduction of visa on arrival have attracted travel into India resulting in more foreign travelers too.
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