Club Mahindra operates on a unique business model: customers must pay a one-time membership fee up front. Members can stay once a year for seven days at any of Club Mahindra’s luxury hotels, resorts or vacation homes located across the country and the world.
Mahindra Holidays & Resorts has a unique business model and therefore cannot be compared to traditional hoteliers. So when hospitality stocks re-evaluate, their stocks tend to get overlooked. However, since the company has been able to grow at a decent pace without incurring large debts on its books, it seems like a better pick as interest rates rise. The hotel and hospitality sector is one of the most competitive and capital intensive business models, with
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