Luxury travel and hotels, India
India is a country of major contrasts. The hustle and bustle of the city seems a million miles away from the peaceful coast, the growl of a tiger differs greatly from the scampering of a small monkey, the high rise office buildings so distinct from small lantern-lit villages. India is also a country famous for its amazing cuisine – the birthplace of the curry. And Indians cook and serve curries like no other nation; they would argue that you haven’t truly tasted curry until you experience the real deal in India. Luxury accommodation in India comes in many shapes and sizes, from the traditionally decorated to contemporary designs, India is host to a wild mixture of different options of hotel. Find the perfect one for you as you travel in luxury across India.
Designed by award-winning London-based architects, Allies and Morrison, Alila Bangalore is set in a tranquil oasis in a beautiful suburb of the city, seamlessly combining stylish and innovative design and locally inspired interiors with a commitment to environmentally aware practices.- Read more -
It may be said that every living soul hankers for a glimpse of paradise. The Mughals in particular sought ‘Jannat’ or Paradise by ensuring perfection and balance in all facets of their lifestyle. ITC Mughal’s Kaya Kalp – The Royal Spa, is where rejuvenation comes through an experience of unmatched luxury and total well-being.- Read more -
Nestled in the tranquil Himalayan foothills, Ananda In the Himalayas is a luxury spa resort close to the mythological city of Rishikesh, surrounded by the enchanted Sal forest, overlooking the spiritual Ganges the birthplace of India’s ancient arts of yoga, meditation and Ayurveda.- Read more -
Shakti Himalaya is a luxury village house experience in the breathtaking Himalayas, the worlds tallest mountain range. Shakti offers a rare opportunity to discover compellingly beautiful and remote regions of the Indian Himalaya, combining an honest and sustainable approach with sophisticated simplicity and style. Without the strenuous effort involved in trekking, the romantic and rejuvenating […]- Read more -