The Oberoi Bangalore
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This is the local word to greet people, originating from Namaste. These greeatings are commonly accompanied by a slight bow by which one's hands are pressed together in front of the chest. This gesture is an acknowledgment of the soul in one by the soul in another. Everywhere you go people will greet you that way. I try my best to return the favour …
Yesterday, it was time to say goodbye to Matt from ACTE, Firas who participated in the ACTE program, to our favourite staff at the hotel and to Dubai. The week in Dubai has absolutely exceeded my expectations but how could it not: upgrade to an executive suite, access to the executive lounge, great fellows and supervisors, fun activities and lots …
Today, we met with Dnata HRG India which has started its operations only 1.5 years ago. In Bangalore business started only about one year ago. However, business has expanded fast and is growing faster than initially expected. Even though, Dnata HRG has a joint sales strategy, Dnata seems to be a stronger pull factor for local clients – …
Being a Sunday, our first full day in Bangalore was a cultural day. We went to a Bull temple, a Botanical Garden, a rug factory and a silk and sari shop. It was an extreme juxtaposition to Dubai. In a land full of expats, we didn't stand out, but in this monogamous society we get noticed. While walking the park, several groups asked to have their …
The despair from leaving Dubai was short lived. It lasted right up until the moment I was introduced to my butler for the duration of my stay in Bangalore and shown the big red "Butler Button". Anytime I need anything, or presumably just want to talk, he'll be there.
The service here is ridiculous. On initial entry to our room we had a …
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