Hotel industry totally depends on the growth of the tourism as well as proper import and export growth of the country. If there are good countries associated in the territory of the region, there will be good scope for business transaction, hence there will be good scope for hotel industries due to the visits of the executives of different countries. Hotel should have good and well educated staff for maintaining the hotels and servicing the customers. The hotel industry is very glamour industry and also the business of hotel industry is growing very fast. But these things are totally depends on the location of hotels. Hotels should be located near about the Air ports, Highways etc. There is good scope for establishment of new hotels in India. The hotel industry in India is going through an interesting phase. The industry has a capacity of 110,000 rooms. According to the tourism ministry, 4.4 million tourists visited India last year and at the current rate, the demand will soar to 10 million by 2010 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ to accommodate 350 million domestic travelers. The hotels of India have a shortage of 150,000 rooms fueling hotel room rates across India. With tremendous pull of opportunity, India has become a destination for hotel chains looking for growth. Due to such a huge potential available in this segment, several global hotel chains like the Hilton, Accor, Marriott International, Berggruen Hotels, Cabana Hotels, Premier Travel Inn (PTI), Inter Continental Hotels group and Hampshire among others have all announced major investment plans for the country. The Government's move to declare hotel and tourism industry as a high priority sector with a provision for 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) has also provided a further impetus in attracting investments in to this industry. It is estimated that the hospitality sector is likely to see US$ 11.41 billion rise in the next two years, with around 40 international hotel brands making their presence known in the country by 2011. Simultaneously, international hotel asset management companies are also likely to enter India. Already, US-based HVS International has firmed up plans to enter India, and industry players believe others like Ash ford Hospitality Trust and IFA Hotels & Resorts among others are likely to follow suit.