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Espire Hospitality connects with travel partners in Mumbai and Pune roadshow


Espire Hospitality Group recently concluded a five-day roadshow in Mumbai and Pune, in collaboration with Classic Holidays. The event attracted participation from travel agents in both cities.

The roadshow was a mix of engaging activities, presentations, and networking opportunities, allowing attendees to interact with Espire Hospitality Group’s senior management team and gain insights into the company’s portfolio, including India’s magnificent hotel ‘Six Senses Fort Barwara’, luxury boutique resort brand ‘ZANA – Luxury Escapes’, and mid-segment brand ‘Country Inn Hotels & Resorts’.

Akhil Arora, CEO and MD of Espire Hospitality Group, expressed his delight at the successful conclusion of the roadshow, stating, “This event provided us with a platform to connect with our stakeholders on a more personal level, strengthen existing partnerships, and forge new collaborations.”

Classic Holidays, Espire Hospitality Group’s partner for the roadshow, played an instrumental role in facilitating the presence of top trade partners and ensuring the event’s success. Their deep understanding of the local market dynamics was invaluable in creating a memorable experience for all the participants.

Rishabh Doshi, MD of Classic Holidays, added, “We are proud to have collaborated with Espire Hospitality Group for this exceptional roadshow. The enthusiastic response from attendees reflects the shared commitment of both organizations to deliver unparalleled experiences and drive innovation in the hospitality sector.”

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