17 Offbeat Indian Hotels That Will Take Your Breath Away!


“The great advantage of a hotel is that it is a refuge from home life”, said George Bernard Shaw.

And so damn right he was, scream these exotic hotels!

 

1) Windflower Hall, Shimla

The former abode of Lord Kitchener, Wildflower Hall exudes the ambience of a colonial Hill Station home, with luxurious rooms, a welcoming lounge, a temperature regulated indoor pool, an outdoor swimming pool overlooking the Himalayas, a bridge room, a library; and what-not!

 

 

 

2) Park Hyatt, Chennai

This five star luxury hotel that was opened in 2012, is the 30th hotel in the Park Hyatt portfolio.

 

 

3) Fisherman’s Cove, Chennai

Built on the ramparts of an old Dutch fort, this hotel is now riding on a fresh new wave.

 

 

4) Leela Palace, Udaipur

With a majestic location on the Lake Pichola and a spectacular view of the Aravalli Mountains, The Leela Palace evokes the grandeur and opulence of the land of the Mewar. Beautifully designed to reflect the surrounding style and influences, the intricate craftsmanship and world-class amenities portrayed in the 72 rooms and 8 suites of the palace make it unparalleled.

 

 

 

5) Lohagarh Resort, Jaipur

This award winning luxury theme resort located near the scenic foothills of Kukas in the Pink City offers Cottages, Private Pools, Tree houses and Swiss tents.

 

 

6) Ranthambore Forest Resort (National Park, Ranthambore

Spread over five acres, the Resort borders the lush green forest, behind which mountains provide a unique backdrop; along with the exotic flora and fauna prevalent here.

 

 

7) Chhatra Sagar, Rajasthan

With just 13 tents pitched on a 100 year old dam, this is a lovely intimate place to stay where the peace of the countryside, star spangled night skies and al fresco dining are the luxuries on offer.

 

 

 

 

8) Vishranti Resort and Spa, Dehradun

Also termed “A Doon Valley Jungle Retreat”, this place, in addition to offering you calm luxury farm stays;  provides you with the best therapies to harmonize your body, mind, and soul.

 

 

9) Viceroy Hotel, Darjeeling

This four star hotel located on Gandhi Road offers beautiful mountain views 8000 feet above sea level. The relaxing hot tubs and saunas add to the essence of the experience.

 

 

10) The Leela Palace, New Delhi

Besides the exquisite features, the infinity pool here is the highest elevated and the only rooftop temperature-controlled pool in the city.

 

 

11) Mayfair Hotels and Resorts, Darjeeling

If tranquility, royal lifestyle and luxury stay anywhere in Darjeeling, it is here. Overlooking a scenic valley; this three star hotel full of classic Indian decor is definitely worth a stay!

 

 

 

12) Dune Eco Village, Pondicherry

20 minute drive from Central Pondicherry, this eco village uses high ethical standards and respects your privacy.

 

 

13) Park Hyatt, Goa

One of the best 5-star luxury resorts in Goa nestled along the private beach steps near the pristine Arossim Beach, just 15 minutes from Dabolim Airport.

 

 

14) Vivanta by Taj, Kerala

Delighting you all the way during your stay, this is where fun lovers come again and again for a fun retreat.

 

 

15) Western Hyderabad Mindspace, Telangana

One of the most exclusive Hyderabad hotels, ideally located in the heart of IT Hub of Hyderabad.

 

 

16) The Leela Palace, Goa

Located at Mobor beach,this luxurious 5 star beach hotel blends local traditions with Portuguese heritage.

 

 

17) Welcome Hotel, Srinagar

One of the famous and best hotels located on boulevard road.

 

 

Happy travelling, folks! 😉

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