Headquarters New Delhi
|Area served India|
Number of locations 40
Subsidiaries Red Fox Hotel Company Private Ltd., Fleur Hotels Pvt. Ltd, Oceanus Real Estate Pvt Ltd.
Similar Sinclairs Hotels Limited, Hyatt, Neemrana Hotels
Rahul pandit president of lemon tree hotels on expansion plans
Lemon Tree Hotels is a hotel chain company based in India. Incorporated in 2002, the company owns and operates 40 hotels with over 4100 rooms in 23 cities of India.
- Rahul pandit president of lemon tree hotels on expansion plans
- Corporate Social Responsibility CSR
The company operates under 3 brands: Lemon Tree Premier (upscale), Lemon Tree Hotels (midscale) & Red Fox Hotels (economy).
In India, its hotels are located in major destinations such as Ahmedabad, Aurangabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Dehradun, Delhi, Goa, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Katra, Jammu and Kashmir Kerala, Noida, Pune and Vadodara.
Lemon Tree Hotels plans to expand its portfolio to 8000 rooms by 2018. Hotels are currently under development in Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Coimbatore, Jammu, Trichy, Shimla and Udaipur. The chain is expanding in the east of India by way of an owned upscale hotel in Kolkata and two managed midscale hotels, one each in Siliguri (50 rooms) and Gangtok, Sikkim (80 rooms). Besides this, the chain is also looking at entering strategic destinations like Asansol, Bhubaneswar, and Mirik.Scheduled for 2018 the Rajarhat property in Kolkata is slated to be an upscale Lemon Tree Premier and will comprise 150 rooms.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Employees With Disabilities
Currently, 13% of group employees are from this segment of the population. Lemon Tree has also developed a standard process to induct people with disabilities into its entire hotels pan India. Lemon Tree Hotels believes in being an equal opportunity employer and has been recognized on various platforms for its work towards employing differently abled.
The Lemon Tree Hotel Company also adopts street dogs that are cared for by the Lemon Tree team. A supporter of the NGO PETA (People for Ethical Treatments of Animals), each of its hotels in India has an adopted dog mascot. It is the largest corporate adopter of stray dogs in India.