Destinations in India

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in India

— Mumbai, India

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One of our top picks in Mumbai – and a guest favourite. Built in 1973, the iconic The Taj Mahal Tower Mumbai stands majestically across from the Gat ...

— New Delhi, India

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One of our top picks in New Delhi – and a guest favourite. Located in New Delhi's Diplomatic Enclave, The Leela Palace New Delhi is a blend of Lutye ...

— Mumbai, India

(Rated 9.4, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Mumbai – and a guest favourite. Centrally located in Mumbai's business district, close to South Mumbai's shopping and entert ...

— Mumbai, India

(Rated 9.4, 772 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Mumbai – and a guest favourite. Built in 1903, the iconic Taj Mahal Palace stands majestically opposite the Gateway of India ...

— New Delhi, India

(Rated 9.3, 815 reviews)
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One of our top picks in New Delhi – and a guest favourite. Located 0.6 miles from New Delhi's City Centre and Business District, Hotel Imperial offe ...

— New Delhi, India

(Rated 9.1, 429 reviews)
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One of our top picks in New Delhi – and a guest favourite. Situated just 0.6 miles from the tomb of the famous Mughal Emperor Humayun, The Lodhi is ...

— Mumbai, India

(Rated 9.0, 830 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Mumbai – and a guest favourite. With exquisitely styled and lavishly appointed accommodations, The St. Regis Mumbai is locat ...

India - The Land Of A Thousand Cultures

Welcome to the land of a thousand cultures. India’s religions, languages, music, dance and customs differ with each place you visit in this diverse landscape. You’ll probably know India for its spices, curry’s and delicious cuisine. But did you know India is home to one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world? According to Hindu Mythology the city of Varanasi was discovered more than 5000 years ago. For a humbling spiritual encounter, visit the Golden Temple of Amritsar. This famous shrine holds a world record for being the most visited place in the world, with over 100,000 people visiting each day. Or if you’re not a fan of crowds check out Amber Palace and immerse yourself in Hindu and Muslim culture - you can even go for an elephant ride while you’re at it. Of course, a trip to India wouldn’t be complete without snapping a pic in front of the infamous Taj Mahal and walking its majestic halls. If you’re a fan of history and grand architecture you should also check out Humayun’s tomb in Delhi, and feast your eyes on the Hawa Mahal palace in Jaipur, a beautiful building constructed of red and pink sandstone.

Travel India

Marvel At The Taj Mahal In Agra

One of the new 7 wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal is something you can’t miss while in India. This incredible marble monument took 22 years to construct and was commissioned by Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Be sure to snap a selfie or two outside, then head to the museum inside where you’ll see fascinating ancient artifacts, including blueprints of the Taj Mahal, and photos of the kings possessions, weapons and utensils.

Explore India And See The Temples Of Khajuraho

Found in the Chhatarpur district, the Khajuraho temples amaze with their nagara-style architectural symbolism and erotic sculptures. If your timing is right you can also catch the annual dance festival held against the spectacular backdrop of these dazzling temples. While in the area also be sure to taste some of the local delicacies, including cashew burfi moong dal halwa, shikanji and more.

Check Out The Sights And Sounds Of Delhi

The territory of Delhi is where all of the action happens. Found in the northern part of india, this iconic area is famous for its attractions, experiences and monuments. While visiting be sure to check out heritage attractions like Humayun’s tomb, Red fort, Lotus temple and more. Nearby you’ll also find popular tourist spots like Gulmarg and Hatu Peak.

Tips and Travel Information For India

Money The Indian Rupee (₹) is the official currency of India. ATMs are widely available and used in India. You’ll commonly find them at airports and larger urban areas. Most credit cards charge you a foreign transaction fee of between 3% and 5%. It’s also recommended you bring both credit and debit cards in case one isn’t accepted. Getting Around Travelling by train is one of the best ways to get around in India. You can find train services everywhere you go and they’re also comfortable and affordable. Buses are good for shorter distances, or when trains aren’t available - just be aware some can be uncomfortable and without air conditioning. Taxis and Rickshaws are other common options in India. However, you may have to bargain with the driver to get a good price. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Dec - Mar) Moderate (Jun - Nov) Quiet Season (Apr - Jun) High season in India comes during the months of December through to March. During this period you’re in for warm days and cool nights. Expect peak tourist numbers and higher prices. Quieter times are between April and June. Also expect extreme heat in the months of May and June. To escape the heat, head to the cool hills, but still expect to encounter crowds around these areas.

Find Boutique Hotels In India

Stay somewhere just as graceful as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in India.