Four Points by Sheraton JAIPUR


April definitely showed us the “The Road Ahead”, giving us opportunity to be with Senior Marriott Leadership and understanding their vision itself is going to be learning of year for way forward. Lots of new faces & Lots of new thought process gave rich experience that we are not unique in our area of concerns and there are many best practices we can imbibe from legacy Marriott hotels. I really liked the statement made by Stephen Ho during integration discussion; that we must stop criticizing each other and collaborate more to leverage each other strength, which holds so true even in our daily hotel inter and intra departmental operational routine. Loved Craig Smith’s energy on how he sets priority in professional day to day routine with “Pilot Example”, all great learning’s. Back at home “First Quarter” for us was 116 on RGI Index as per STR indicating that we among leading RevPAR Driven Hotel in our compset but again lot much to do as well…We Conducted the Health Camp for all of our associates, School Based Theme Lunch wherein everyone had cracker of fun, Art of Blending event with Johnny Walker wherein we have more than 70 top socialites of Jaipur attending the same and we did our sports bit with Sitoliya traditional games.


Deepak Mathur to the Four Points by Sheraton Jaipur Family, who has joined us in the capacity of Director of Sales . He will be reporting to the General Manager. Deepak has over 17 years of experience in the Hospitality with multiple brands. Prior to joining us he was the Director of Revenue of Country Inn & Suites Jaipur. He has also worked with Le Meridien Jaipur, ITC Rajputana - A Luxury Collection Hotel, Holiday Inn Jaipur, Hotel Clarks Khajuraho, Deepak brings valuable experience in Revenue Management and Strategic Sales Planning. He is passionate about listening music and playing chess.


Mak is a well known photographer of Jaipur and his work is seen in a lot of National and International magazines. He was the official photographer of 'Art Of Blending' event as well.


In the year 2016 the International Hospitality Council, in association with IIHM, took a path-breaking initiative in establishing April 24th as "World Hospitality Day". Mr. Bhawani Singh, Chief Engineer, has won the "Best Hospitality Personality Award" for this year by exceeding expectations in guest handling.


Shyam Khandelwal - Finance Controller

Shyam S. Khandelwal has a vast professional experience of 23 years with the Industry. Prior to joining us Shyam was the Sr. Executive Finance with the Secure Energy Services Ltd, Jaipur. He has also worked with Inox Leisure Ltd Jaipur, Le Meridien Jaipur ,Wipro Ltd (InfoTech) Jaipur and Genus Overseas Electronics Ltd Jaipur previously. Shyam has done from Ajmer Rajasthan University. He is passionate about travelling and exploring new places.


Kuldeep Kumar from Engineering is known for his cost effective style of working. He is the one who repairs everything inhouse which is related to electrical goods even at the times wherein an outside vendor is required.


Training is a culture which is needed to be developed in each and every department. Afterall, Practice is the hardest part of learning, and training is the essence of transformation.

Training culture in all the departments

To give real service we add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity. Here are some priceless moments created by team Four Points!



Townhall is the best way to recognize and to tell our associates that we care. It started with a small brief by our owner - Mr. Sunil Prabhakar, followed by games, other entertaining activities and hi tea. New Joinees also recieved a warm welcome from Four Points

SITOLIYA - Reliving the childhood adventure.

THEME LUNCH - Back to School

From Summer camp to logense - Everything at the this theme lunch was done to give uncomplicated pleasure to the associates. Everyone relished on to scrumptious noodles, pasta and specially Ice cream!!

From a personal invite to all the HODs to selfie counter to summer camp zone, this particular Food Festival gave a memorable experience to everyone!


The objective of conducting the health camp was to create awareness of general health among the people, provide general health care services and counseling them on basic healthcare and hygiene.


"Proper drinking of Scotch whisky is more than indulgence"

It was an excellent evening hosted by Four Points in collaboration with United Spirits. This session was taken by the Brand Ambassador of United spirits – Diageo , Benu Kundra who is an expert mixologist. Decked up in an apt Scottish Attire, he started off with familiarizing us with the basics of Scotch whisky and presented some historic facts as well the details of how distilleries are established in the different regions of Scotland. Guests were also acquainted with the below 5 varieties of Scotch on how they taste, smell, what is their specialty and what is the best way to blend them.


This month's social media GV Score went up from 4.2 to 4.4. A lot of interaction activity were conducted on various social-Media platforms Like Facebook , Twitter, Instagram and Goggle+


Amber Fort is located in Amer (a town with an area of 4 square kilometres (1.5 sq mi)), 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from Jaipur, Rajasthan state, India. It is one of the principal tourist attractions in the Jaipur area, located high on a hill. Anber Fort Was Built By Raja Man Singh I. Amber Fort is known for its artistic style, blending both Hindu and Rajput elements. With its large ramparts, series of gates and cobbled paths, the fort overlooks the Maota Lake, at its forefront.

Diwaan-e-Aam and Diwaan-e-Khaas

Diwan-e-Aam or the ‘Hall of Public Audience’ is a beautiful hall stands on two rows of ornamented pillars and opens on three sides. It is said that king used to listen about needs and complaints of General public. ‘Diwan e-Khaas’ or the ‘Hall of Private Audience’ has delicate mosaic work in glass. In this hall, king used to meet special guests from other states, ministers, and his friends.

Sukh Niwaas (Sukh Mandir)

Sukh Niwaas, which is opposite to ‘Diwaan-e-Khaas’ having doors made of sandal wood and ivory. There is a channel running through the hall, which carried cool water that worked as an air cooler, with the aid of breeze. In this artistic hall cool climate was artificially created. It is said that the kings used to spend time in this Sukh Niwaas with their queens and sometimes with their mistresses that is why it is known as the residence of pleasure or pleasurable residence in English.

Sheesh Mahal

The Sheesh Mahal (Mirror Palace) is the most famous and beautiful part of Amber Fort. You must remember the song of the famous bollywood Classic Film ‘Mughal-E-Azam’ i.e. “pyaar kiya toh darna kya”, yes, it was shot in Sheesh Mahal. That song filmed beautifully but the all credit goes to the beauty of Sheesh mahal. The Walls and ceiling of this hall is carved with beautiful paintings and flowers and that too made with pure glass. The reason behind why this hall was made by glass because in ancient days the queen was not allowed to sleep in open air but she loved to see the stars shining. So the king ordered his architects to make something which could solve the purpose. The most stunning thing about this hall is that if someone burns two candles, then the reflection converts that small light into thousand of stars.

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