Arindaam Banerjeea joins Keys Hotels as GM-HR

Banerjeea, who has 18 years of experience, worked with the Oberoi Group before joining Keys Hotels.

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Keys Hotels, a part of the Los Angeles-based Berggruen Group, has appointed Arindaam Banerjeea as general manager, human resources.

Banerjeea, who has earlier worked with The Oberoi Group’s Oberoi Flight Services, as head-HR (Kolkata & Chennai), brings with him over 18 years of experience in hiring the best talent to support and create ideal organisational values.

Commenting on the team expansion, Anshu Sarin, CEO, Berggruen Hotels, said, “Keys Hotels has emerged as one of the preferred hospitality brands in India for both guests and potential team members. With our brand promise of Happy Stays, introduced last year, we reiterate our commitment to our guests and more importantly to ourselves. With the intention to scale our growth, it is quintessential for us to strengthen our core team so as to deepen our brand penetration, bolster sales and strengthen our operations.”

Before joining the Oberoi Group, Banerjeea has worked as HR business partner with EIH and as head-HR with the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.

Anshu Sarin

“Keys Hotels has emerged as one of the preferred hospitality brands in India for both guests and potential team members. With our brand promise of Happy Stays, introduced last year, we reiterate our commitment to our guests and more importantly to ourselves. With the intention to scale our growth, it is quintessential for us to strengthen our core team so as to deepen our brand penetration, bolster sales and strengthen our operations.”

Founded in the year 2006, Keys Hotels has undergone significant transformation in recent years, which is reflected in the growing number of hotels across the country as well as in terms of profits. The Chain expanded its portfolio to 21 hotels, across 19 cities in India by creating three distinguished brands – Keys Prima (upper midscale), Keys Select (midscale) and Keys Lite (economy); making them dominant players across the mid-market segment. Keys hotels currently operates about 2000 rooms.

Last year, it also introduced a reinforced brand promise of Happy Stays, which offers guests an overall enriched experience.

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