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Reema Bhalla Feb 21 2014

Which are the best women-friendly hotels in India?

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As a woman, you might find travelling alone intimidating, but sometimes it is unavoidable and also solo travelling has its own charm. With many women-friendly hotels in India, you can absolutely stay carefree without worrying much about your safety.

Grand Mercure in Bangalore
is one of the best women-friendly hotels in India. The hotel has an entire floor (Princess Floor) dedicated to ladies, which has been designed keeping in the mind the taste and comfort of solo women travellers. What’s more? Prompt room service, additional security, privacy and hair straighteners are some of the other pluses with this hotel.

From the official website

Radisson Blu, MBD Hotel, Noida

Radisson Blu, MBD Hotel, Noida has an exclusive wing, “Prive” for women travellers. Beautifully done up, all rooms whisper elegance and style. These rooms provide video conferencing facilities and Wi-Fi for female travellers to be able to stay connected with their family and friends 24x7. A personal butler at your service and an in-room Jacuzzi (under a star studded sky; thanks to the ceiling that creates a moonlight ambience!) for your relaxation are reasons enough for you to stay here. The list doesn’t end here; the wing boasts of a luxurious dining area and a lounge, which in turn has a library and a bar where you can spend most of your time either reading or savouring a glass of wine after a long day at work.

From the official website

OYO WE, Gurgaon

OYO WE is India’s first women exclusive hotel in Gurgaon. Run by an all women-staff, this hotel is an ideal stay option for women travelling to Delhi-NCR for the first time. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfast to all its patrons. Well-guarded by trained and experienced security guards, this property ensures you have a safe stay experience. With 24x7 CCTV surveillance and call centre service, you can absolutely be at peace without worrying about anything. In your free time you can read books or explore the nearby tourist attractions, as the hotel is well-connected to the Delhi Metro. A first-aid kit, pepper spray (on purchase) and women accessories are some of the other facilities available to you.

From the official website

ITC Windsor, Bengaluru

The ITC group of hotels is aiming to redefine the way women travel by introducing the ‘Eva Floor’ in some of their properties. At ITC Windsor a floor is dedicated entirely to women, equipped with a full pampering regime for you. The staff comprises of women only. There are assistants to help you through your daily grooming activities, “saree draping” being one of them.

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The Imperial, New Delhi

The Imperial hotel in New Delhi is well known for its elegance and grandeur. The hotel has dedicated an entire 12-room wing, “Eliza Rooms” to solo women travellers. The rooms come with manicure sets, cosmetics and customised women’s-sized bathrobes.

From the official website

Taj Lands End, Mumbai

Taj Lands End in Mumbai has a special ‘Ladies Floor’ for women travellers. Special amenities are provided to the ladies ensuring that their stay is as comfortable as it can get. And if you’re travelling alone then the hotel is sure to assign a female butler to you in order to ensure that you feel pampered and enjoy your relaxing holiday without having to worry about your safety.

From the official website

Ellaa Hotel, Hyderabad

A very well-known hotel in Hyderabad the Ellaa Hotel has “Eves Floor”, a floor dedicated entirely to women. Each room on the floor has a lady guard posted outside at all times to make sure there is no breach in security. These rooms are also equipped with extra supplies including cosmetics and other utilities for women.

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Residency Towers, Chennai

Residency Towers is one of the best 4-star hotels in Chennai. With a floor dedicated entirely to women the hotel considers the safety of women its utmost priority. A host of special services are offered to women and it is ensured that the smile never sweeps off your face.

From the official website

Now that you know about these women-friendly hotels in India, you can travel solo and stay in one of these hotels without worrying about your safety and privacy. After all, why should guys have all the fun! (wink). You may also want to read on how to travel solo.

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