in ,

Luxurious Places to Stay In India, for A Complete Royal Feel!

Visiting India after a while most likely calls for staying at some extravagant spots and India sure has such stays! This article will give you a thought of the must-see cities in India-alongside where to stay on your visit to each place! Check out the list of luxurious places in India.

1. Mumbai-The Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Mumbai

The Taj Mahal Palace mumbai

Initially constructed in the year 1902, the famous Taj Mahal Palace and Tower is India’s first lavish lodging that stands overlooking the Arabian Sea. After the 2008 attack, Taj was revived in the year 2010 and is regularly viewed as the image of solidarity for the Indians. Till date, this extravagant property hasn’t failed to amaze visitors with its best in class architecture in line with modern accents. The hotel is a perfect mix of premium class service along with traditional Indian values etched it its structure.

2. Udaipur-The Taj Lake Palace

the taj lake palace udaipur

The new hotel was a previous castle of Maharana Jagat Singh II (regal line of Mewar) which is currently transformed into a premium hotel. The property is spread over a territory of 4 acres. The castle stands raised on the island of Jag Niwas in Lake Pichola. It was built somewhere in the range of 1743 and 1746 and was viewed as the delight resort of the Maharana. The Lake Palace was re-established to its most extreme wonder by the Taj Group and wound up well known after the James Bond film was shot there. The stunning area offers the best views of the Aravalli Hills, City Palace and the Jag Mandir.

3. Goa-Park Hyatt, Goa

Goa-Park Hyatt Goa

The Park Hyatt is probably the best hotel that spreads across 45 acres of land, full of lavish greenery close the serene Arossim Beach. This five-star grand retreat is the first Hyatt Hotel in the nation that was presented in 2003. The property flaunts a fantastic porch that resembles the customary Goan home. In 2012, the inn earned the title of the ‘Most loved Leisure Hotel in India’ by ‘Conde Nast Traveler’.

4. Agra-The Oberoi Amarvilas

The Oberoi Amarvilas Agra

If you’re aiming for an extraordinary vacation with awesome views of the iconic Taj Mahal, the Oberoi Amarvilas is where you should head to. The beautiful area with the Taj Mahal as the backdrop offers astounding views along with sufficient time to admire this beautiful symbol of love. The property is situated approximately 600 meters from the famous landmark and is separated by a river stream. The Mughal style architecture with intricate work is a case of its unforgettable magnificence. The best part is, the hotel hasn’t experienced any remodeling since it opened the entryways in 2000.

Also Read: 7 Reasons to Visit Royal State of India

5. Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Constructed in 1835, the Rambagh Palace is one of the most spectacular structures that depicts the true royalty of Jaipur. It used to be a palace where Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II lived with his queen Gayatri Devi. This palace would probably be the closest looking to its original establishment of being a royalty’s residence. It spreads over a region of 48 sections of land and is viewed as one of the biggest royal residencies, now hotels in Rajasthan. The place is sure to give you a feeling similar to that of the royalty that lived there!

6. Kerala-Kumarakom Lake Resort

Kumarakom Lake Resort, Kerala

Kumarakom Lake Resort is one of the most extravagant properties set in the midst of the Kerala backwaters. It has earned the title of the best resort by the ‘World Travel Award’. This fancy resort spreads over a zone of 25 sections of land. Apart from its excellent services & property, the hotel includes various water activities, pools, world-class dining options and just as particular spa treatments. If you are in the mood to further explore, there can be arrangements made to go on sunset boat rides, cultural shows, treks and other fun tourist activities.

7. Delhi-The Leela Palace

The Leela Palace, New Delhi houses a few chic eateries that serve signature dishes. It also has many high end restaurants and locations within in that will wow you. Jamavar has some expertise in Indian dishes and its look is inspired by the memorable Jamavar shawls. Le Cirque is an intriguing eatery that serves the best Italian indulgences nearby. The Library Bar offers the best drinks and the Lobby Lounge serves baked goods and cakes. This property likewise flaunts a terrific spa by ESPA that offers all-encompassing treatments to its customers.

8. Jodhpur-Umaid Bhavan Palace

Umaid Bhavan Palace Jodhpur

Umaid Bhavan Palace is a five-star property This twentieth-century royal residence sits on the lap of Chittar Hill, the most elevated in Jodhpur. It is the previous home of the Jodhpur royal family and is evaluated as the 6th biggest private resident over the globe. Umaid Bhavan Palace complex covers a zone of 26 sections of land and is isolated into three sections – the royal living arrangement, lavish lodging and the exhibition hall.

Wherever you choose to stay while on your trip to India- if it is any one of the above-listed hotels, you will definitely feel like royalty yourself. While these hotels may not be very light on the pocket, a once in a while splurge to pamper yourself is understandable. And what better way to pamper yourself than to stay in such luxurious hotels?

For more such travel updates from India, stay tuned to Yeh Hai India

Written by Suzanne Dsouza

Suzanne is a Market Research Analyst for Qualitative Consumer Insights at Nielsen India. She holds a Masters degree in Psychology from Christ University, Bangalore.Hear it from her-
"Being brought in up in 3 metropolitan cities of India and having traveled to many states in India, I love covering travel related topics - places I've been to and places I wish to visit. My education in psychology makes me an empathetic yet mature individual;and while working in an MNC can sometimes take a toll on me- writing helps me find the balance and peace of mind I need.
Apart from work I enjoy spending time around my furry friends, cleaning, baking, learning new dance forms and horse riding"

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The reCAPTCHA verification period has expired. Please reload the page.

Concerns NRIs Face While Visiting India

Travel Tips for India

Top Travel Tips for India