The Finest Hotels for Luxurious Holidays in India


In this fast paced world with cut-throat competition, people are always finding ways and excuses to go on a holiday. The idea is to leave their monotonous life behind and indulge in some time of zen and peace. But, the major issue with busy people is that they don’t even get time to plan their vacation and are complete oblivious about the finest hotels. So in this article we have culled out some of the luxury holidays in India.


1. Amanresorts Amanbagh, Alwar

This exquisite resort rests on the former site of the Maharajah of Alwar’s hunting lodge and personal pleasure garden. The word Amanbagh means “peaceful garden” and it would be impossible for you to find a more tranquil place than this hotel. The hotel is made of soft sand-stone and it is surrounded by graceful palms, aroma of eucalyptus and frangipani trees. The “haveli-style” rooms of the hotel are considered among the largest in the country.


2. Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur

This hotel is a perfect place to feel like royalty. Every aspect of this hotel is breath-taking, which starts from your arrival through boat on Lake Pichola followed by the stunning views of the City Palace. Most of the rooms of the hotel boast about private, walled courtyard accompanied with silken parasols, inlaid furniture and a private butler service. You can even upgrade to a suite with its own tented dining facility and an infinity pool. This place is best to experience finest luxury holidays in India.


3. Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Mumbai

Taj Mahal Palace and Tower is considered as the pride of Mumbai. The 565-room hotel is a perfect blend of Moorish, Oriental and Florentine style. The interiors of the hotel are decorated with vaulted alabaster ceilings, silk carpets, crystal chandeliers, onyx columns and a cantilever stairway. The hotel is considered as one of the hottest dining venues in Mumbai. Restaurants like The Middle Eastern Souk, Marimoto’s Wasabi and the Zodiac Grill change their menu every month to match the astrological sign.