The street art and phrases you come across are always worth a second glance. Some of my favorite restaurants even feature artwork and posters that I like. Although, certain posters make you feel conflicted and puzzled. Such is this framed exam hanging in the lobby of the Lemon Tree Hotel.
It seems the test can identify whether or not you have a male or female brain. The task at hand is to scan two lines and tally up how many occurrences of the letter “F” there are. And your mental gender is determined by the number of ‘Fs’ you find. This seems very illogical, doesn’t it?
There is a hotel chain in India called Lemon Tree Hotels. It owns and manages 84 hotels with 8,300 guest rooms in 52 locations in India. Based on its controlling shareholding in owned and leased rooms, the Horwath Report ranks Lemmon Tree Hotels as the third biggest hotel chain in India.
As of 2002, Patu Keswani has been the sole proprietor of Lemon Tree Hotels. In May of 2004, they unveiled their first hotel, a 49-room establishment. The 2019 acquisition of Berggruen Hotels Private Limited was valued at 605 crores for the business. Berggruen Hotels, which was acquired, held 936 rooms under the “Keys” brand and managed 975 rooms in 21 locations throughout India.
On April 9, 2018, Lemon Tree Hotels made its public debut by being listed on India’s National Stock Exchange.