VRO Hospitality Appoints Thomas Abraham as EVP
VRO Hospitality Appoints Thomas Abraham as EVP

Bengaluru-headquartered VRO Hospitality has strengthened its leadership with the appointment of Thomas Abraham as the Executive Vice President.  

An industry veteran of three decades, Thomas is a passionate and driven hotelier with a proven track record of high performance over the last three decades with the country's leading hotel chains.

We are excited to have an industry veteran like Mr. Thomas Abraham on board as VRO Hospitality undertakes its next growth journey. We are in the middle of an aggressive expansion timeline across the country with some of our popular brands. Mr. Thomas will be key in shaping our growth philosophy and help us upscale growth with his valuable experience,” shared Dawn Thomas, Co-founder & CEO of VRO Hospitality Pvt Ltd.


He started with The Oberoi Group in Mumbai in 1992 before donning multiple hats for top brands like the Marriott, Taj Luxury Hotels, Leela Kempinski, Movenpick, and the Hyatt Group. His last assignment was with Hyatt Regency Pune, from where he joins VRO Hospitality.

I am excited to be a part of a very young and dynamic VRO Hospitality at this very special moment in its development. This challenge offers me a great opportunity to work with a young, dynamic, and committed organization with the ambition to set new benchmarks in the industry,” added Thomas Abraham.


After graduating in Commerce, Abraham completed his education in Hotel Management at the world’s premier hotel school - Les Roches, in Switzerland. 

VRO hospitality owns some upscale bars and restaurants across Bengaluru, Mumbai, Goa, Kochi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Ooty. Some of their brands include Badmaash Lounge, Mirage, Plan B, Taki Taki & Cafe Noir. VRO is on an expansion drive nationally and internationally, with brands such as Badmaash, Cafe Noir, and Taki Taki being the pioneers in pitching the VRO flag in uncharted territories. 

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