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Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. announces its results for Q2 & H1 FY23

Highest ever: Q2 Standalone Income of Rs. 302 Crs, growth of 14% YoY, Q2 Resort Income at Rs. 68 Crs, growth of 34% YoY. MHRIL earns the IGBC Green Champion Award 2022 under the category of Pioneer in Hospitality sector with highest number of Green Resorts in India, and Asia’s Best Companies to Work for by the Great Place to Work Institute 2022.

MUMBAI – Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd., India’s leisure hospitality provider reported its standalone and consolidated financials for the second quarter ending 30th September 2022.

Operational Highlights (Standalone) – Q2 FY23

Member Additions

  • Highest ever Q2 member additions at 4397, growth of 12% YoY.
  • Cumulative member base stands at 2,73,488, with 85% fully paid.
  • Highest ever Q2 Membership Sales Value at Rs. 194 Crs, growth of 93% YoY. Includes large corporate deal of Rs. 24 Crs.
  • Upgrades Value doubles (YoY) driven by higher in-resort conversions.
  • Higher Average Unit Realization (AUR) at Rs. 3.9 lakhs1 vs Rs. 2.6 lakhs in Q2 FY22.

Resorts/Room Inventory

  • High resort occupancies2 at 79% vs 73% in Q2 FY22, addition of ~500 rooms over the past year.
  • Highest ever Q2 Occupied Room Nights, growth of 27% YoY.

Note: 1. AUR for Q2 FY23 excludes Corporate Sales; 2. Occupancy as a % of operational room inventory

  • New resorts at Mount Abu and Kathmandu (Nepal) and extension of Gangtok (Sikkim) resort have added 116 Keys to the existing inventory.
  • Total inventory consists of 4,715 rooms across 86 resorts.

Standalone Financial Highlights – Q2 FY23
Highest ever Q2

  • Total Income at Rs. 302 Crs, up 19.0% YoY excluding one-offs*.
  • Resort Income at Rs. 68 Crs, up 33.5% YoY, driven by high occupancies and increased room inventory (Resort Income grew by 53.7% compared to pre-pandemic levels – Q2 FY20).
  • EBITDA at Rs. 83 Crs, up 12.4% YoY excluding one-offs*; EBITDA Margin at 27.5% (up 500 bps vs pre-pandemic – Q2 FY20).
  • PBT at Rs. 42 Crs, up 4.8% YoY excluding one-offs*. PBT Margin at 13.8% (up 270 bps vs pre-pandemic – Q2 FY20).

Cash position at Rs. 1,018 Crs as on Sep’22, post loan repayment of 25 M€ to MHR Holdings (Mauritius) Ltd.

H1 FY23

  • Total Income at Rs. 606 Crs, up 30.0% YoY excluding one-offs*.
  • Resort Income at Rs. 152 Crs, up 130.6% YoY.
  • EBITDA at Rs. 167 Crs, up 17.2% YoY excluding one-offs*; EBITDA Margin at 27.6% (up 560 bps vs pre-pandemic – H1 FY20).
  • PBT at Rs. 87 Crs, up 14.0% YoY excluding one-offs*. PBT Margin at 14.4% (up 350 bps vs pre-pandemic – H1 FY20).     

Note: *Q2 & H1 FY22 excludes one-offs such as Lease Rent Waivers and Interest on Tax Refund amounting to Rs. 15 Crs

Awards & Recognitions

  • Awarded Asia’s Best Companies to Work for by the Great Place to Work Institute 2022
  • Winner of the IGBC Green Champion Award 2022 under the category of ‘Pioneer in Hospitality sector with highest number of Green Resorts in India’ (8 MHRIL resorts are ‘Platinum’ certified)
  • Club Mahindra Baiguney won the ‘Certificate of Excellence’ & ‘Best Resort’ award from the Government of Sikkim for 2022

Consolidated Financial Highlights – Q2 FY23

  • Highest ever Q2 Total Income at Rs. 627 Crs, up 5.7% YoY.
  • EBITDA Rs. 145 Crs; EBITDA Margin at 23.2%.
  • PBT Rs. 53 Crs. PBT Margin at 8.4%.
  • PAT Rs. 41 Crs. PAT Margin at 6.6%.

H1 FY23

  • Total Income at Rs. 1,264 Crs, up 25.0% YoY.
  • EBITDA Rs. 277 Crs, up 15.2% YoY; EBITDA Margin at 21.9%.
  • PBT Rs. 92 Crs, up 57.0% YoY. PBT Margin at 7.3% (up 150 bps YoY).
  • PAT Rs. 71 Crs, up 85.6% YoY. PAT Margin at 5.6% (up 180 bps YoY).

Commenting on the performance, Kavinder Singh, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. said, “Acceleration in room inventory and growth in member additions is reflected in the strong performance with highest ever Q2 Total Income, EBITDA and PBT. We are focused on providing high quality immersive experiences for our member families, now at ~2,75,000, and are confident of our core value proposition of Vacation Ownership which allows us to monetize the full potential of our growing member base.”

Commenting on European operations, he added, “Despite the adverse effects of the Russia-Ukraine War which affected consumer sentiment and had an unprecedented inflationary impact leading to rise in input costs, Holiday Club Resorts (HCR) has delivered an impressive Q2 performance as is seen by the strong Revenue growth in Timeshare by 12% YoY and Spa Hotels by 16% YoY, along with delivery of operating and net profits.

HCR Spa Hotels achieved 70% occupancy during the quarter, better than the local hotel industry, reflecting the strong brand equity that Holiday Club Resorts enjoys. Travel sentiment continued to be buoyant for domestic Finnish travelers during the summer season.”

Vicky Karantzavelou
Co-Founder & Chief Editor - TravelDailyNews Media Network

Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales. She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.

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