Company History - Jaypee Hotels
1980 - The company was incorporated on 29th December, and the
certificate of commencement of business was obtained on 23rd
February, 1981. It was promoted by Jaiprakash Gaur & his
1981 - The company undertook to set up a 5-star Hotel or
standards at Vasant Vihar a posh, diplomatic area in South
The hotel comprises of 158 centrally air conditioned rooms
including a number of suites, conference hall, for over 500
1987 - Effective from 26th June, the name of the hotel was changed
Jaypee Hotels Ltd from Siddharth Inter Continental Hotel
1988 - The company entered into an agreement for undertaking civil
at Rewa at a cost of Rs.8 crores. This was expected to be
completed within a span of 2 years with effect from 1st
- Jaiprakash Enterprises Ltd was amalgamated with the company.
1992 - HMMS division of the company has signed Technical Consultancy
Management & Marketing agreement with M/s. U.G. Hotels and
Resorts at Shilon Bagh, Shimla.
- HMMS has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with M/s.
Jaiprakash Industries Limited.
1994 - The Company entered into an agreement with Jaiprakash
Limited for rendering Hotel Technical, Marketing & Management
Services for their Hotel at Mussorrie.
1998 - Jaypee Hotels Ltd (JPL), part of the Jaiprakash group, is
seeking a marketing tie-up with a foreign partner for its
1999 - The company's exclusive tie-up with Indian Airlines provides
passengers travelling on the Mumbai-Delhi-Mumbai shuttle
service with discounted room rates as well as other
2000 - The Company has allotted 2 crores equity shares to the
companies viz. International Design Engg. Associates Pvt.
(185 lacs shares) and Jaiprakash Enterprises Ltd. (15 lacs
2002-Jaypee Hotels Ltd has informed that Shri S G Awasthi has been
appointed by the Board of Directors of the Company as Managing
Director of the company with effect from November 01, 2002 in the
Board Meeting held on October 30, 2002.
-Jaypee Hotels Ltd has appointed Sh. R N Bhardwaj as Director of the
Company w.e.f. July 27, 2007 to fill the casual vacancy caused due to
resignation of Sh. S N Endlcy.