Keeping it Clean: India’s Luxury Hotels Offer Clean Air as Their Newest Differentiation

In "Michelin-starred chef Andrew Wong went from Oxford to the kitchen, and is now redefining Chinese food across London, Delhi”, Ms. Khushi Khanna highlights that "For this award-winning chef, it's all about food that warms the soul." adding “Baoshuan serves dimsum to match the quality at any eatery around the world."

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Keeping it Clean Indias Luxury Hotels Offer Clean Air as Their Newest Differentiation BW Hotelier Indian Hospitality Sector News , BusinessHospitality and especially luxury hospitality is all about figuring out customers expectations and catering to them with precision and lan In India, and specifically in its most major metropolises of Delhi and Mumbai, this elusive customer demand is not surprising that of clean air

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