Mahindra Holidays Stock: Often overlooked Mahindra Holidays stock can prove to be an interesting bet. Here’s why

Mahindra Holidays & Resorts’ focus on keeping capital costs under control and ensuring that some of these savings are passed on to customers has helped them stay afloat, even when Covid brought the hospitality industry to its knees.

Synopsis

Club Mahindra operates according to a unique business model: customers must pay a one-time fee in advance. Members can stay at any Club Mahindra luxury hotel, resort or holiday home – spread across the country and the world – once a year for seven days.

Mahindra Holidays & Resorts has a unique business model and therefore cannot be compared to traditional hotel owners. So when hospitality stocks are re-evaluated, the stocks tend to be overlooked. But since the company has been able to grow at a decent pace without putting a lot of debt on the books, it seems to be a better bet as interest rates move up. The hotel hosting sector is one of the most competitive and capital-intensive business models, with

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