Hotelier Avijit Singh comes from a legacy of Rajasthani royalty that goes back to the 1600s. His family’s ancestral properties – Mihirgarh, Rohetgarh, and The Rohet House, are now luxury boutique hotels that capture the essence of the regal desert state. Over the past two and a half decades, they have evolved into an exceptional bouquet of experientia properties. These have been recognized with some of the highest Global Awards that the industry bestows. After having worked with hospitality groups like Raffles and Taj, Avijit joined House of Rohet and has been a part of his family legacy since 2015.
Here are a few things we discuss with him –
Is heritage hospitality in its Golden Age?
How are millennials reshaping the current trends in luxury travel?
What are some of the ways in which hoteliers can ensure a more holistic, global experience, especially for foriegn tourists?
How can we merge both luxury and sustainability in the heritage hospitality industry?
“”Hospitality isn’t a profession, it’s a way of life””
– Avijit Singh