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India’s top 11 luxurious hotels

India is a pleasant destination to visit and offers many experiences in travel. The expanding boundaries of India cover an enormous array of contrasts, landscapes, cultures, and religions, extends from the powerful peaks of the Himalayas in the north to the tropical beaches in the south. There are several UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the region, ranging from the 7th Taj Mahal World Wonders to the magnificent buildings and forts constructed hundreds of years ago, still standing upright to tell the testimony of the rich history and culture of India. There are huge wilderness areas, national parks, and nature reserves in the country which house exciting natural resources like elephants, lions, and tigers. This is my tour of India’s top 11 best hotels, where you can stay in the most luxurious luxury.

Here India’s top 11 luxurious hotels and resorts

1. THE OBEROI UDAIVILAS, UDAIPUR

On the shores of Lake Pichola in the 200-year-old hunting grounds of the Maharana in Mewar, the phänomenal Oberoi Udaivilas is spread over 50 acres. This resort features fantastic amenities such as private lakeside restaurants, traditional boat trips, private kitchens, and children’s fun activities. The restaurants both indoor and alfresco have a view of the lake and the park and serves excellent foreign and Indian cuisine. I propose a suite with a private swimming pool or a premier space with direct access to a single semi-private swimming pool 240 m (73 m) and a bath with uninterrupted views over the seaside.

2. AMANBAGH, RAJASTHAN

Once his tiger-hunting base was the Maharajah of Alwar, today Amanbagh’s exuberant complex shelters guests in the modern Mughal palace, created in local pink marble and sandstone, with punched arches and cupolas that pay homage to India’s golden age. The shrine is surrounded by mature palm, fruit, and eucalyptol trees, which take in the shade of the emerald and green lake, in the Aryan Aravalli hills 90 minutes away of frenetic Jaipur. In addition to the palaces, spa and gardens, visitors can visit lovely villages, magnificent forts and ruins, and the Sariska National Park jungle where tigers live still open.

3. TAJ LAKE PALACE, UDAIPUR

The white-marble-and-mosaic Taj Lake Palace wakes up like a mirage from Pichola Lake to invite visitors. It was constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1746, the palace itself. Today, a group of palace butlers treats visitors as royals, ensuring that all creatures are comforty. The Jiva Spa is the product of a menu of flavored massages, body scrubs, and packs that can rejuvenate even the weariest body and draws rich idols from millennian Indian wellbeing and healing treatments. The hotel’s Bhairo rooftop restaurant is open from mid-October to mid-April and provides modern European cuisine with stunning views of the Palace Pool.

4. COORG CLIFFS RESORT & HOTEL

If your quest is still on for five-star resorts in Coorg, you will certainly stop your search. This resort, at a height of 3,398 meters from sea level, Coorg cliffs resort is one of the most popular resorts in the Coorg district. This picturesque natural setting is a justification to book a quality vacation in this area!

5. TAJ FALAKNUMA PALACE, HYDERABAD

In this thoughtfully renovated Palast, today’s visitors are like royalty. The royal residence of Nizam of Hyderabad was Taj Falaknuma Palace. The color of the rooms and specifics such as Hyderabadi decorations and English frescos. You can relax by walking around Rajasthani Garden, the Palace’s impressive Rajasthani, or relax in Jiva Spa. Dining options are abundant, ranging from fine Italian cuisine, grilled festivals, and fine restaurants to a fine restaurant influenced by the Indian Hyderabadi, Adaa, which was elected the 85th best Elite Traveler restaurant in the world during 2017 and serves 6-speed dinners.

6. ANANDA IN THE HIMALAYAS

Ananda is an oasis for spa lovers and one of the best hotels in India. Located on the palace property of the Maharaja of Tehri-Garhwal, the internationally renowned destination Spa offers spacious rooms and private villas, with stunning views. More than 80 treatments including traditional Ayurveda, yoga, meditation, and modern foreign spa experiences are offered in the 24,000-sq-ft spa. Ayurvedic Rejuvenation, detox, and weight loss are best-known for Ananda’s signature wellness programs. The action will take advantage of golfing, rafting, trekking, safaris, and wildlife touring.

7. THE TAJ MAHAL PALACE MUMBAI

This beautiful hotel was founded in 1903 and is located in Mumbai’s heart. The collection at Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, will be an opportunity for art lovers to marvel. The senses, from the Belgian lustrous to the legendary Indian painters, can be charmed with a rich combination of styles. An architectural marvel that blends the styles of Moorish, Oriental, and Florentine is one of the most popular hotels in India. Until settling in, wanders through the many corridors and galleys to enjoy a quiet view. The spa, encircled by a swimming pool, offers Indian treatments for rejuvenation and holistic treatments are complete without a visit.

8. AMAN-I-KHAS, RHANTAMBORE NATIONAL PARK

Aman-i-Chas offers the prospect of well-being in the midst of unbelievable nature in the safari at the threshold of the Ranthambore National Park. Daily Jeep safari promises to see tigers in myriad wildlife experiences, while the Mughal hunting parties of the old Mughal inspired by the spa, sleep, and dining, back at the camp. An accomplished batman is assigned to every tent, who leads guests to the jungle, the Chambal River, and the temples and cultural sites – every storytelling content is rich at night when the fireplace is lit up under a beautiful starry sky.

9. THE OBEROI NEW DELHI

Opened in 2018, the Oberoi New Delhi Hotel is a harmonious mix of tradition and modern sophistication that represents the spirit of India’s capital. The property offers spacious, luminous rooms and suites with state-of-the-art technologies and a panoramic view of the Delhi Golf Course and Humayun’s Tomb. Included in restaurants are Threesixty, a modern Indian restaurant and an all-day dining area with a Chinese rooftop. An open-air rooftop bar, a cellar, and a new cigar lounge are also provided. The Oberoi Spa, indoor and outdoor heat-controlled pools, and the 24-hour fitness center provide spa facilities.

10. UMAID BHAWAN PALACE JODHPUR

Umaid Bhawan is one of the largest private hotel residences in India, built by Maharaja Umaid Singhji as the emblem of the ‘new’ Jodhpur. This 64-star Indo-art deco marvel deals with Taj hospitality today, a special dining choice and retail therapy that captures a variety of experiences such as the Royal Butler service. You can walk around the lush bougainvillea-style English garden and play squash with a royal trainer, go to snooker games at the museum on site, or discover the old healing wisdom of India at the Jiva Grande Spa with holistic ayurvedic treatments and yoga lessons.

11. THE OBEROI AMAR VILAS

The Oberoi Amarvilas can easily rekindle the romantic atmosphere located less than 2000 feet (600 meters) from the Mahal Taj (the world’s most exquisite witness of endless love). In the heart of nine hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens, minarets, pavilions, fountains, reflecting ponds, and terraced gardens influenced by typical Mughal designs, the hotel, one of the finest in India. This resort has 102 exquisitely furnished rooms and suites with a continuous view of the Taj Mahal and warm personalized hospitality complemented by Oberoi. Many rooms have private terraces in this elegant five-story hotel. The fine restaurants serve authentic Mughlai cuisine internationally.

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