Fairmont Jaipur has been awarded the honor of the Top 5 Hotel in India by Reader’s Choice Awards. The wedding destination where we all wish to tie the knot owing to its royal ambience generally leaves us mesmerized by its architecture which makes it a well-deserved win. Let us take a moment and honor the main reason behind the hotel’s success. Mr. Rajiv Kapoor, the general manager of Fairmont Jaipur deserves all the appreciation for bringing the hotel to the limelight in such a short span of time.
The Man Behind Fairmont’s Success
Mr. Rajiv Kapoor began his career as an operations trainee at The Grand Hyatt and has since worked for a number of prestigious hotels, including The Westin Sohna Gurgaon Resort & Spa, Le Meridien Mumbai, and Sheraton Surabaya Hotel and Towers, Indonesia. Since being employed by Fairmont in May 2019, he has helped the hotel reach new heights.
The Fairmont Jaipur workforce sees pressure and deadlines as daily battles they can win. He makes sure that his team has a ton of fun even as these conflicts are being waged. Mr. Kapoor is a man who genuinely enjoys his work, which is why he prefers to spend his time at the hotel rather than unwinding in his office.
He marks a new vision for the hotel and has remodeled the hotel to expand its reach into luxe travelers and the big fat Indian wedding market. He is well-known for crafting experiences that turn hospitality into a celebration for visitors, and his reputation precedes him. The palace is built on territory once occupied by Mughal royalty, making it the ideal location for cutting the wedding cake and exchanging rings. He makes sure that his guests feel like royalty throughout their D-Day by offering the best luxurious amenities. Owing to the palace’s enormous structure and historically inspired design, it fulfil the needs of every future bride and groom. The pair can select the right wedding décor and backdrops for beautiful wedding pictures from among the hotel’s many sites.
Mr. Rajiv Kapoor is a fun boss to work with. When he is accompanied by his staff for morning trekking sessions or other excursions, he restricts work talks and promotes the talk of healthy life and fitness. He highly believes in being a perfectionist and is always encouraging his staff to pay details to even the minuscule details of their work and to make it innovative.