‘Travel in luxury and style’- You may have heard this many times, when people are advertising stunning locations or other travel-related things. But what about luxurious accommodation? If you have the kind of money to splurge on the most luxurious stays ever, this one’s just for you. Here’s a list of some of the most expensive hotels in India you can consider lodging at for the ‘experience’ of your life:
1. Sukh Niwas and Suryavanshi suites, Rambagh Palace, Jaipur
Jaipur is one of the tourist spots preferred by many foreign tourists and thus there are many luxury hotels here. But the Rambagh Hotel owned by Taj Hotels is the costliest which charges ₹10 lakhs plus taxes for a single night. The room is 350 sq. ft. in size and offers breath taking garden views. They come with a king sized bed, modern amenities and an antique furnishing and décor to relive the forgotten era.
2. Kohinoor Suite and Private Villas, Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur
To stay one night, one needs to pay a whopping ₹7.5 lakhs excluding taxes. But the luxury offered clarifies its prices as it offers gold domed ceilings, mirror mosaics and hand carved marble privacy screens and thus, the Kohinoor Suite is a rarity. A master bedroom and twin bedroom, a spectacular dining room, living room and private pool occupy a tasteful 2,650 square feet. All the latest technology, including three television sets, bring a touch of modernity to this true classic.
3. Nizam Suite, Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad
Float above Hyderabad at Taj Falaknuma Palace. Lovingly restored by Her Highness Princess Esra, the Nizam’s wife, the guest rooms and suites at the heritage hotel in Hyderabad perfectly marry the conveniences of modernity with Nizami splendour. This will make you pay ₹7.5 lakhs excluding taxes for staying one night.
4. Maharaja Suite, Leela Palace, Udaipur
The 3,585-sq.-ft. suite comes with a living room, study, dining area and master bedroom with a separate walk-in wardrobe. The king-size bathtub and Jacuzzi as well as the separate shower stall and water closet only add to the feel of luxury. Built into the suite, for the discreet comfort of its distinguished guests, is uninterrupted relaxation, recreation and complete privacy. In other words, find here an attached massage parlour, a spacious plunge-pool and sprawling courtyards. The cost of staying here per night is ₹6.4 lakhs without taxes.
5. Tata Suite, Taj Mahal, Mumbai
This one suite has all the amenities like 7,500 sq ft space with lounging rooms, office space, meeting room, 12-seater dining room, suite master and guest bedrooms, walk-in wardrobe, private spa and a gym. One needs to spend ₹5 lakhs and taxes extra to spend one night over here.