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We invite you to come with us to those 10 hotels in India where the last thing you would want is to fall asleep. In them you can see the Taj Mahal from a private balcony, then, take refuge in gardens where peacocks live and finish the sunset enjoying a champagne and caviar on the terrace of your room. Discover a new dimension of hospitality or live for a few nights the essence of exquisiteness. Namaste, be welcome.

Best 5 Star Hotels in India

1. Leela, Goa


This unique Portuguese colonial charm, the palm trees entering the pool and the best sunsets evoke the essence that we came to look for in one of the best hotels in Goa, so tropical and historical.

2. Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai


Built by the Parsi Tata family, the first hotel in the Taj chain is a symbol of the city of Mumbai for more than a century and one of the best hotels in India. With two zones, the Tower and the Palace, the Taj Mahal Palace is the birthplace of parties between Bollywood actors, international travelers and the elite of a city as nocturnal and vibrant as Mumbai.

3. Taj Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur


Used since the middle of the 18th century as a palace, the Taj Jai Mahal Palace and its "Heritage" status respect the architectural and cultural essence of the Rajasthani style. To emphasize its excellent location, in the heart of the Pink City, and its spectacular gastronomic offer is a delight of a hundred nuances.

4. Leela Palace, New Delhi


In the heart of New Delhi, this magnificent hotel becomes the perfect place to rest in the bustle of the city. International reference, this Leela Palace is not only considered one of the best hotels in India, but possibly the entire Asian continent.

5. Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur


Embraced by the shore of Lake Pichola, this hotel of the Oberoi chain oozes all the cultural and natural wealth of the Mewar region. Pure splendor gathered in pools bordered by temples, rooms of another time and a luxury and comfort that unfolds in each of its corners.

6. Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra


Sleeping in front of the Taj Mahal is a dream come true thanks to this palace-style hotel cataloged as the most exclusive of the entire city of Agra. Exquisiteness and luxury are the two words that best define this Oberoi, where all the rooms overlook the romantic mausoleum. One of the most spectacular hotels in the world, without a doubt.

7. Vanyavilas, Ranthambore


Peering into the Tiger Reserve of Ranthambore, the Vanyavilas of Oberoi is pure luxury in the middle of the unknown. An oasis where yoga classes are combined with restaurants that serve fusion cuisine in a unique setting, ideal when it comes to spotting the Bengal tiger.

8. Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur


The former residence of Maharaja Udai Singh, built in the 16th century on Lake Pichola, is one of the best hotels in the world, as well as one of the most romantic. Especially when a boat drags in the middle of the Indian night towards an oasis that awaits unforgettable experiences.

9. Rambagh Palace, Jaipur


Staying at Rambagh Palace means living the experience of sleeping in a truly spectacular Indian royal residence. And for some reason, the also known as Jewel of Jaipur, is one of the best hotels in the world. It impresses its white marble, from which springs come adorned with the lions of Ashoka, the symbol of India. At the same time, through its terraces and gardens, men ride on ornate elephants, dodging peacocks that slip through corners of exquisite elegance.

10. Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur


How does it feel to stay in a palace worthy of a Maharaja? Did we check it? Totally reformed and of colossal dimensions, the Umaid Bhawan rests on its luxurious details, that Renaissance charm and the art deco dressings resulting in a construction worthy of the most exotic love story.

These top 10 hotels in India evokes the fantasy and exotic luxury that you have been dreaming for a long time.
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12 comments:

  1. I remember staying at the Taj Palace in Bombay and the Oberoi Cecil in simla. Both wonderful chains. Was not aware that taj had a brand new place in simla. Thanks for this list.
    Jerry Godinho

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  2. Those are great information for those who plan to visit India. Thank you.

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  3. Wow all the hotels looks beautiful and I never knew there are beautiful hotels in India. India is truly a nice place to visit.

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  4. wow that first hotel looks soooo beautiful. bookmarking this page

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  5. They all sound like amazing places to stay! India seems like an amazing place to visit.

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  6. My son is dating a woman who was born and raised in India. Her family returns a couple of times a year. I suspect one day he will join her for the tip. These hotels may be on their list of consideration, if they don't stay with family.

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  7. I have never been to India but I've heard a lot of good things of how beautiful this place is. Those looks like a nice hotels to stay I will definitely save this for my future reference. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Wow, what a great list of amazing hotels in India! I hope to visit someday!

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  9. Such a great and very detailed post. I have never been to India but this could be a great guide when I plan to go there.

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  10. I'm planning to visit India really soon so thank you for sharing this post!

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  11. I love the Hilton hotels, they ae very clean and stylish. I have had the pleasure of staying in a few a couple of times and there is no regret ever

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