The first quarter went by so quickly with loads of activities that kept us all engaged. We started 2017 by tuning in to the Marriott frequency and setting goals and strategies for the rest of the year.
My heartfelt congratulations to the team for sticking to the plan and executing it brilliantly.We finished Q1 with a robust growth over LY and this helps us in setting a direction for the rest of the year. I am also happy to welcome our new members to the Sheraton Hyderabad family.
We look forward to immersing ourselves as part of the integration journey and also look forward to breaking all previous records.
My best wishes for the road ahead...........
Hyderabad's Irani Café culture
- Hyderabad's Irani café culture dates centuries back. Introduced by a group of settlers from Persia, Irani Chai (tea) became one with the taste of Hyderabad. The people in Old City start their day with cups of Irani Chai in the morning. The variants of Irani Chai including Khade Chammach ki Chai and Burkhe Wali Chai are unique to Hyderabad.
Buddha Statue Hyderabad
Hyderabad’s Necklace Road around the Hussain Sagar Lake with the 18-meter high statue of Lord Buddha on a small island in the middle of waters is the best answer to Mumbai’s Marine Drive. If Mumbai is proud of the Marine Drive, Hyderabad boasts of the Necklace Road. It is said that a team of 200 sculptors carved the statute out of a single piece of white granite rock in two years. A popular hangout and a major tourist attraction in Hyderabad City, the Necklace Road is named so for its resemblance to the shape of a necklace.