Most luxurious and opulent hotels of India

Asia, Travel

Over the past few years due to economic growth, one can see tremendous growth in the hospitality industry as well. There are plenty of world’s fanciest hotels, which are the epitome of luxury and opulence introducing a new generation of incredible posh suites. These signature spaces have eye-widening views, couture furnishings and they are immense in many instances. In world famous tourist destinations like New York, Paris, London, Dubai etc these suites can be priced at tens of thousands of dollars a night. India is also not far behind as it is one of the fastest emerging tourist destination which has some of the world famous luxurious hotels replete with modern amenities and affluent luxuries. From gold leaf ceilings to Versace and Bvlgari toiletries, from 24X7 butler services to incredible cuisines, India’s uber luxurious suits have plenty to offer.

Check out the list of some of the most expensive hotels of India when money is no object and which are decked with enough modern amenities to please today’s top tycoons.

The Taj Lake Palace Udaipur: – lake palace

The Taj Lake Palace has served a royal abode as a palace as well as a luxury hotel to high dignitaries was rated as one of the most romantic hotels in India. This 250 year old structure floats on the calm surface of Lake Pichola is perfect for a romantic getaway which provides a great respite from the hustle and bustle of city life and its picture perfect backdrop along with flawless services makes it purely world-class.

The Leela Palace Kempinski New Delhi: – leela palace new delhi

Situate in posh Chankyapuri, this imposing, inspiring and iconic style hotel  is one of the greatest hotels, which makes a significant statement in terms of grandiose architecture,  every imaginable amenity and a warm balance of Indian heritage. Pamper yourself with world class dining, world famous spa and legendary art which is just waiting for you to indulge and feel good.

The Oberoi Gurgaon: oberoi gurgaon

Towering corporate houses, big business houses dot the city of Gurgaon is an evidence of its growing importance.  Amid these competing structures is a place that soothes your senses and provides a welcome respite from the world outside with its elegance, sophistication and innovative features. The hotel is located in prime business and shopping district of Gurgaon in New Delhi/NCR and is 15 minutes drive from Delhi International Airport. Featuring most spacious accommodation in any business hotel, it has 202 guest rooms and suites planned with host of innovative features. It is truly majestic and unmatched among luxurious hotels of India. A gourmet experience that encompasses cuisines from around the world, a bar and country’s only exclusive Cigar Lounge complete the culinary experience.

The Oberoi, Mumbai:-Overlooking Queen’s necklace, located in city’s prime business and shopping district of Nariman Point, The Oberoi is synonymous of luxury.  Overlooking the ocean, the hotel welcomes you with space and serenity. Its luxurious rooms are meticulously planned with host of innovative features using latest technology. Complemented by Oberoi hotels legendary services delivered by caring staff are an ideal hotel for discerning business and leisure travelers. To know more about these grandeur opulent and luxurious hotels of India contact Carlton Leisure.

The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra:– Wake up to the glorious sight of the Taj Mahal bathed by first rays of dawn and view one of the greatest monument of love and allow yourself to be swept away by her romance at dusk from Oberoi Amarvilas, which is the leading luxury hotel in Agra. Let your nights fill with magic of Taj by moonlight. Rated amongst leading resorts in the world the hotel is located just 600 meters from the Taj Mahal, built in the style inspired by Moorish and Mughal architecture takes you back to an era of emperors and princes and offers the breathtaking views of this splendid monument.

James Brighton is the author of this article and has worked in guest houses and the hotel industry for many years.