BBC’s ‘Grand Indian Hotel’ portrays Oberoi Hotels’ 90-year history

The show premieres on BBC Player via Prime Video Channels on June 14

Grand Indian Hotel BBC Player
The upcoming “Grand Indian Hotel” on BBC Player explores Indian hospitality traditions, offering a behind-the-scenes view of luxury hotels such as The Oberoi Rajvilas in Jaipur, The Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur, Rajasthan, and The Oberoi in New Delhi, in a three-part series.

THE UPCOMING SHOW “Grand Indian Hotel,” premiering on BBC Player, a BBC Studios streaming service available on Prime Video Channel, on June 14, will depict the 90-year history of Oberoi Hotel & Resorts. The three-part series offers insights into The Oberoi Rajvilas in Jaipur, The Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur, Rajasthan, and The Oberoi, New Delhi.

The show provides a glimpse into the behind-the-scenes efforts of Oberoi’s 90-year history of hospitality, according to BBC Studios. The show is developed by UK-based Voltage TV and distributed by BBC Studios.

“Grand Indian Hotel is a first-hand account depicting India’s Vibrant culture of ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ through the lens of legendary Oberoi Hotels & Resorts, and reflects the great story-telling that is synonymous with BBC Studios,” said Stanley Fernandes, BBC Studios’ vice president of distribution, South Asia.

Grand Indian Hotel is set to premiere on June 14th via BBC Player through Prime Video Channels. BBC iPlayer, a video-on-demand service provided by the BBC, can be accessed on a wide range of devices including mobile phones, tablets, personal computers, and smart televisions.

Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi, also known as ‘Biki,’ a key figure in Indian hospitality and chairman emeritus of the Oberoi Group, passed away on Nov. 14 at the age of 94. Oberoi held roles as executive chairman of EIH Limited, the flagship company of The Oberoi Group, and as chairman of Oberoi Hotels Private Limited, the primary shareholder of EIH Limited.