A visit to India is a unique experience and where you stay is as much a part of your journey as the places you will visit. A broad and beguiling choice of accommodation is available. Each type offers its own unique character, facilities and atmosphere.
A tailor-made holiday allows you to choose where you will stay. You can vary the types of accommodation to complement your itinerary, your personal tastes, interests and activities; and to enhance your experience of India’s diversity, culture and history. All of the accommodation we use has been carefully selected for their high standards of service, cuisine and hygiene as well as their warm hospitality and overall ambience. We will be happy to offer guidance and suggestions when you are planning your itinerary. Please see the brochure links below left for other relevant information.
● Opulent Resorts
These Are Word’s Preferred Lavishly Appointed Luxurious Hotels & Resorts.
● Premium Hotels
Excellent accommodation and amenities, which will include central air-conditioning, swimming pool and a choice of restaurants/cuisine.
Service will be personal and attentive, and all facilities normally associated with this category can be expected. Includes some Heritage Hotels. Super Deluxe hotels provide even higher standards of refinement and luxury, reflected in their tariff.
● First Class hotels
First Class 4/5-star hotels provide good, air-conditioned accommodation with choice of restaurants. Most will have a swimming pool. Includes some Heritage Hotels. Although classified as First Class, some lodges in or near national parks are not strictly comparable to 4/5-star properties
● Medium Hotels
A good standard of accommodation with fair range of services mostly with air-conditioned and multi cuisine restaurants. Some may have Swimming Pool too.
● Simple Hotels
Adequate air conditioned accommodation and good food. Comfortable accommodation at reasonable prices. Clean and Hygienic but limited services.
● Heritage / Palace / Character Hotels
These are former forts, grand palaces, royal town houses, guesthouses and other historical properties. Each has a unique character. Furnishings are often family heirlooms, and together with distinctive architecture, reflect their noble past. They provide excellent personal service in superb surroundings. Most Heritage Hotels are in Rajasthan, but some have now opened in other areas including South India. Standards and facilities vary
Boutique Hotels & Home Stays Very individual, Boutique hotels, sometimes overlapping with Heritage Hotels or Home Stays, are increasingly interesting options. Often privately owned and run, emphasis can be on hospitality and local knowledge, gastronomic experience or distinctive décor. A fascinating and enjoyable alternative to a larger hotel. We are happy to advise you.
● Exclusive Game Lodges / Tree Houses
A good standard of accommodation with fair range of services mostly with air-conditioned and multi cuisine restaurants. Usually offers unique dining venues within the property itself, mostly have Swimming Pool too.
● Luxury Camping / Glamping
It is all about Nomadic Camps with ultimate luxuries, civilization has to offer. These camps host colonial furniture, unobtrusive valets to anticipate every need, en-suite bathrooms with wardrobes and hot showers.
These ultra-luxury camping will take you on enthralling excursions and experiences across the dramatic landscapes, amazing wilderness along with rustic and unexplored rural surroundings of India.
● Moving Hotels such as the Luxury Trains, River Cruises House Boats etc.