Treehouse - Karma Hospitality
Hotel Business Review|January - February 2020
An Expansion: Road Ahead in 2020

Treehouse Hotels, Resorts, and Serviced Apartments, is a ‘Best Value Leisure Chain’ with the rich and diverse experience of operating and managing full-scale hotels, resorts and serviced apartments across India. At present, the Treehouse Hotels has 19 properties under management, with over 500 keys and 600 employees across nine destinations.

Jayant Singh, a B Com graduate of Hans Raj College and master in International business from Brussels Business School, founded Treehouse Hotels group in 2007, which has grown from strength to strength on the mantra of sustainable and organic growth with an eye on profitability from the start.

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