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Anupriya Bedi Jun 12 2014

Which are the most beautiful hotels in India?

Benazir Khan Jun 12 2014
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India has many beautiful hotels that stand out for their breathtaking architecture, their luxurious interiors and superb location. A category of luxury hotels that is growing quite rapidly comprises boutique hotels.

An increasing number of discerning travellers in India are now choosing to stay at boutique hotels, which offer an intimate size and a characteristic personal feeling. Usually comprising between 10 to 100 rooms, these hotels excel at providing a unique experience for their guests. So don't be surprised if you are presented with just the right bottle of wine at just the right time without even asking for it at any one of these brilliant boutique hotels.

Devi Garh by Lebua, Udaipur

A hill-top palace that has been restored into a heritage property, Devi Garh by Lebua is located in Delwara. This stunning property used to be the residence of the rulers of the Delwara principality, and today, counts amongst the best hotels in Delwara. It consists of 39 luxury suites, whose interiors are done up with marble and semi-precious stones.

Photo of Devi Garh by Lebua (from Official Website)

Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur

The Oberoi Rajvilas is a heritage property built in the traditional Rajasthani style of a palace atop a fort. The property houses a 280-year old Shiva temple and a haveli, both of which have been restored and are open to guests. Armoury displayed in different parts of the property, hand painted murals, miniature paintings and the sprawling lush green gardens make it a charmingly beautiful hotel. The hotel consists of premier rooms, luxury villas, private pools and a royal tent. It is about 13 km from the Jaipur Junction Railway Station with easy availability of taxis.

Photo of Oberoi, Rajvilas (from Official Website)

The Glasshouse on the Ganges, Rishikesh

The Glasshouse on the Ganges
has a private sand beach where you can sit back and see the Ganga flow by. Set on the land belonging to the erstwhile Maharajas of Tehri Garhwal, this boutique hotel is surrounded by lychee and mango orchards that are full of rare birds and butterflies. Located in a quiet spot in Rishikesh and well connected to the places to visit in Rishikesh, it is a haven for those looking for tranquility.

Photo of The Glasshouse on the Ganges (from Official Website)

The Promenade, Pondicherry

With an absolutely stunning view of the Bay of Bengal, this 5 star boutique hotel is probably one of the best locations in Pondicherry. The Promenade is located in the heart of the quaint French Quarters and is a short walk away from most important places in this seaside town. It combines the best of modern chic with French colonial charm. The rooftop restaurant, which is open only for dinner, is the best place in the city to view the spectacular sea and the lighthouse.

Photo of The Promenade (from Official Website)

Tikli Bottom, Gurgaon

Tikli Bottom is a four bedroom Indian haveli, done up in Lutyens style, located a little off the Delhi-Jaipur Highway. While a little small to be called a boutique hotel, Tikli Bottom provides an experience so unique and personalized that guests keep returning to relive the experience. Surrounded by hills, and not too far away from the city, the courtyard and the pool are the best places to relax and unwind. It is just 30 minutes drive away from IGI Airport with easy availability of cabs and taxis.

Photo of Tikli Bottom (from Official Website)

Old Harbour Hotel, Cochin

Old Harbour Hotel is a landmark of Fort Cochin. The property is 300 years old and was built in the Dutch style of architecture with Portuguese influences. This heritage monument has 13 spacious rooms and special garden cottages making it one of the most beautiful hotels in India as well as the highly sought-after hotels in Cochin.

Photo of Cochin (by Tim Moffatt)

Tree of Life, Jaipur

Extensive use of sandstone and lime, combined with the traditional architectural style of Rajasthan, makes the property a cut above the rest. Tree of Life has been built keeping in mind the guest’s need for privacy and space in a closed, intimate setting. The resort is spread over 7 acres of land and consists of 14 luxury villas.

Photo of Tree of Life, Jaipur (from Official Website)

Ganga Kutir, Raichak-on-Ganges

This property is set a little away from the main city centre of Kolkata. It is a serene boutique hotel lying by the edge of the River Ganga. The Ganga Kutir has 16 well-appointed rooms. The apartments are fashioned in the duplex style and are a welcome getaway for anyone looking for some peace and quiet in a serene environment.

Photo of Raichak (by RaichakOnGanges)

The Manor, Delhi

Established in the 1950s, The Manor today stands as a breathtaking property in the middle of the bustling city of Delhi. It is a two-storey building with fourteen well-furnished rooms, a luxurious setting, Italian-styled mosaic flooring and wooden interiors. Its understated elegance, charming hospitality and luxurious rooms make The Manor one of the best boutique hotels in Delhi.

Photo of The Manor (from Official Website)

Glenburn Tea Estate

Glenburn Tea Estate is a heavenly plantation retreat in Darjeeling. The idea of providing for a guest stay in a tea estate was inspired by the owners’ experience exploring the vineyards of Europe. The Burra Bungalow and the Water Lily Bungalow here house suites with cosy living arrangements, which are surrounded with plenty of shrubbery.

Photo of Glenburn Tea Estate (from Official Website)

These elegant properties of some of the most beautiful hotels in India will leave you spellbound. In planning your next holiday to any of the popular destinations, make sure you make a booking unblinkingly through the hotels app. Cheers!

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