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Low: ₹583.60
High: ₹592.05
Previous Close ₹589.50
Open ₹589.00
Volume 42,94,901
Day’s Range ₹583.60 - ₹592.05
52W Range ₹302.10 - ₹602.75
Market Cap ₹83,605 Cr

Indian Hotels Co Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 14.95
P/E Ratio (TTM) 71.64
P/B Ratio 9.97
Industry P/E 64.92
Debt to Equity 0.33
ROE 13.28
EPS (TTM) 8.22
Dividend Yield 0.17
Book Value 59.05
Face Value 1

Indian Hotels Co Financials

Mar 2023Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023
Net Sales1,625.431,466.371,433.21,963.84
Profit before tax400293.94232.19604.71
Operating Profit302210.6159.91437.99
Net Profit302210.6159.91437.99
EPS in Rs2.311.571.183.18

About Indian Hotels Co


The Indian Hotels Company Limited (“IHCL) is mainly involved in owning, operating and managing hotels, palaces and resorts. It was incorporated in India in 1902 and has its registered office at Mandlik House, Mandlik Road, Mumbai, India. In 1903, IHCL opened its first hotel, The Taj Mahal Palace, Bombay (now Mumbai). 

In 1979, the company finalised negotiations with the Government of Sri Lanka for the first phase of a 400-room hotel of international standards in Colombo. As of June 30, 2023, IHCL had 191 hotels across all the operating brands. 

In 2014, The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai won the Conde Nast Traveller UK Readers’ Travel Awards for Best Overseas Business Hotel with a score of 91. In 2018, IHCL was recognised as the only Indian hospitality company to receive the Gallup Great Workplace Award. 

Business Segments

  • Taj: The group serves luxury-seeking customers through 82 operational hotels under this brand. Taj delivered a significant contribution of 72% to the overall IHCL group in FY 2023.
  • Vivanta/Seleqtions: The segment caters to upscale/upper upscale customers, and this brand of ICHL recorded a revenue share of 16% in FY 2023. As of Q1 FY2024, the company has 28 Vivanta and 22 Seleqtions hotels in its portfolio.
  • Ginger: IHCL provides services to midscale/lean luxury customers via a chain of 59 hotels under this segment as of Q1 FY 2024, and the business is chasing a target to reach ~100 hotels by FY 2026.
  • Qmin: Qmin is a gourmet delivery platform offering cuisines, multi-feast menus and others through platforms viz. Qmin Shop, Qmin Truck and Qmin Cafe. This business has a presence in over 20 cities in India.
  • Ama: Ama features 80+ properties, such as private bungalows and villas, that offer a nice experience to travellers who want privacy at niche destinations.
  • TAJ Sats: TAJ SATS is a joint venture between the Taj and SATS Limited. Taj Sats is the market leader in Airline catering with a 58% market share, serving 1,00,000+ meals daily as of FY23.

As of 31 March 2023, the company had 29 subsidiary companies and a few of them are listed below:

  • KTC Hotels Limited: It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Indian Hotels Company Limited.
  • Roots Corporation Limited: Also a wholly-owned subsidiary of IHCL, a few properties, such as Ginger Agartala, Ginger Ahmedabad, Vastrapur, Ginger Bangalore IRR, Ginger Bhubaneshwar, etc., come under its purview.
  • Piem Hotels Limited: IHCL holds a 51.57% stake in the company as of March 31, 2023. It controls properties such as the Taj Mahal, Lucknow, Taj M G Road, Bengaluru, The Gateway Hotel Ambad Nashik, etc.

Key Personnel

Puneet Chhatwal, MD and CEO

Mr. Puneet Chhatwal became the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of IHCL on November 6, 2017. He has nearly four decades of leadership experience in renowned hotel chains in Europe and North America. He is a worldwide professional. 

Management Outlook

  • IHCL introduced Ahvaan 2025, the driving force behind its committed initiatives towards growing its brandscape, providing unparalleled experiences, and speeding advancement, as the centrepiece of its three-pronged strategy to grow profitably in the upcoming years. 
  • The company will re-engineer its margins, re-imagine its brandscape, and re-structure its portfolio as part of this plan. 
  • By FY 2025–26, Ahvaan 2025 intends to have more than 300 hotels, record a 33% EBITDA margin, and receive a 35% EBITDA contribution through new ventures and management fees. 
  • The major facilitators on this journey will be its most recognisable and powerful brand, Taj, its industry-leading ESG+ framework Paathya, and a significant emphasis on digital enhancements.

SWOT Analysis


  • Debt-free business.
  • Strong brand presence in the hotel industry.


  • Local business monopolies.


  • Opening of new hotels to elevate revenue growth.
  • Growing infrastructure to create demand for hotels.


  • Highly exposed to risks arising from competitive pressure.
  • Changing customer preferences may disturb business growth.
Parent Organisation Tata
Founded 1902
Managing Director N Chandrasekaran

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What is the Share price of Indian Hotels Co (INDHOTEL)?

Indian Hotels Co (INDHOTEL) share price as of March 4, 2024, on NSE is Rs 588.35 (NSE) and Rs 588.85 (BSE) on BSE.

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Is Indian Hotels a Debt free Company?

No, Indian Hotels Company is not a debt free company.

What is the main business of The Indian Hotels?

The main business of The Indian Hotels is to establish and operate the choicest hospitality brands of hotels, resorts, and palaces across India and a few selected overseas destinations. Taj, Vivanta, and Machan are some of its popular brands.

Who are the promoters of The Indian Hotels?

Some of the main promoters of The Indian Hotels are Tata Sons Private Limited, Tata Investment Corporation Ltd, Tata Chemicals Limited, Ewart Investments Limited, Taj Madurai Limited, Oriental Hotels Limited, Tata Industries Limited, Taida Trading And Industries Limited, and Tata Consumer Products Limited.

What are the Subsidiaries that comes under The Indian Hotels?

Some of the main subsidiaries that come under The Indian Hotels are Piem Hotels Limited, ELEL Hotels and Investments Limited, Skydeck Properties and Developers Private Limited, St. James Court Hotel Limited, United Overseas Holdings Inc., IHOCO BV, Roots Corporation Limited, St James Court Hotel Limited, and Benares Hotels Limited.