15 Government Owned Hotels and Yatri Niwas in India

By | March 16, 2016
(Last Updated On: March 16, 2016)

Government Owned Hotels and Yatri Niwas

India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd. (ITDC) under the administrative control of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India runs 15 hotels in the country.  The details of the hotels are given below.

ITDC has been in profit for the last three years. The details are as under:

                                                                                                            (Rs. in crore)

Particulars2012-132013-142014-15
Profit Before Tax5.4811.9338.95
Profit After Tax3.009.4234.37

However, some of hotels were in losses. The hotel-wise and year-wise details of loss and profitability for the last three years are given below.  The reasons for losses in hotels are as under:

State and city-wise details of ITDC Hotels. 

Sr.No.Name of the HotelLocationState
(A)ITDC HOTELS*  
01Ashok HotelNew DelhiNew Delhi
02Samrat HotelNew DelhiNew Delhi
03Janpath HotelNew DelhiNew Delhi
04Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel**MysoreKarnataka
05Hotel Kalinga AshokBhubaneshwarOdisha
06Hotel Jammu AshokJammuJ&K
07Hotel Pataliputra AshokPatnaBihar
08Hotel Jaipur AshokJaipurRajasthan
(B)ITDC (MANAGED HOTELS)  
09Hotel Bharatpur AshokBharatpurRajasthan
( C)ITDC (JOINT VENTURE HOTELS)  
10Hotel Ranchi Ashok (Joint Venture with Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.)RanchiJharkhand
11Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok(Joint Venture with State of Assam)GuwahatiAssam
12Hotel Pondicherry Ashok (Joint Venture with Pondicherry Industrial Promotion Development Investment Corporation Ltd.)PuducherryPuducherry
13Hotel Lake View Ashok (Joint Venture with Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.)BhopalMadhya Pradesh
14Hotel Donyi Polo Ashok (Joint Venture with Arunachal Pradesh Industrial Development Finance Corporation Ltd.)ItanagarArunachal Pradesh
15Hotel Nilachal Ashok (Joint Venture with Orissa Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.)

(not operational)

PuriOdisha

* Hotels have been constructed by ITDC on land leased out by Central/State Government.

** In case of Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel, Mysore the Palace building and the land has been given on lease to ITDC by the State Government of Karnataka.

The hotel-wise details of Loss & Profitability for the last three years.

(Rs. in Lakhs)

 2012-132013-142014-15
Name of the HotelOpera-ting

Profit

Net Profit

(PBT)

Opera-ting

Profit

Net Profit

(PBT)

Opera-ting

Profit

Net Profit

(PBT)

ITDC Hotels
1.       Ashok Hotel,

New Delhi

-661.41-1027.44744.23-1363.481927.3628.39
2.       Hotel Jaipur Ashok,-359.70-401.26-214.31-267.50-185.12-239.48
3.      Hotel Jammu Ashok-77.54-109.46-93.15-131.39-161.72-201.79
4.      Janpath Hotel, New Delhi987.64432.061031.54420.46817.01194.46
5.      Hotel Kalinga Ashok, Bhubaneswar-250.51-281.29-276.68-310.09-265.85-317.30
6.      Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel, Mysore2.47-78.11-26.93-117.86-68.02-140.40
7.      Hotel Patliputra Ashok, Patna264.61144.10180.0052.6430.50-72.08
8.      Samrat Hotel, New Delhi1669.99889.882323.941309.862591.891814.82
ITDC(Managed Hotel)      
9.      Hotel Bharatpur Ashok-88.59-85.18-66.93-69.90-62.45-65.00
ITDC(Joint Venture Hotels)
10.   Hotel Lake View Ashok, Bhopal124.71104.9388.7472.7861.2415.53
11.  Hotel Pondicherry Ashok-27.58-20.52-10.23-23.36-5.06-46.95
12.  Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok, Guwahati-33.38-35.2250.9439.90-109.65-125.20
13.   Hotel Donyi Polo Ashok, Itanagar12.777.1339.2132.848.07-0.93
14.  Hotel Ranchi Ashok-89.26-95.26-90.15-96.25-99.87-106.71
15.   Hotel Nilachal Ashok, Puri*-58.38-61.40-55.85-58.62-67.67-69.94

* Operationally closed

(i)                  Spurt in availability of overall room supply position as compared to demand.

(ii)        High wage cost.

(iii)       Weakening of global economy have contributed to a  room supply vs. demand ‘mismatch’.

(iv)       Reducing average room recovery due to high competition.

India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.  has no such plan at present.

This information was given by Minister of State for Culture and Tourism (Independent Charge) and Minister of State for Civil Aviation Dr. Mahesh Sharma in a written reply in Rajya Sabha today.

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