Hotels in India
Located in the foothills of the Himalayas and surrounded by cedar forests and snowcapped mountain ranges, Wildflower Hall was the former residence of Lord Kitchener, a commander of the British army.
Madonna’s visit in 2007 helped cement Rajasthan’s place on the global style scene, but the new Serai Jaisalmer has just increased the vogue factor.
An oasis of eccentric refinement in the charm-starved south.
The hotel itself is a collection of simple stucco structures, 13 rooms in a former men's club set on the outskirts of the village and owned by a septuagenarian widow named Meenakshi Meyyappan and her relatives.
There's a nice restaurant on the roof where they have live music every night at six.
Tipping the indulgence scale, Taj Hotels’ Rambagh Palace, in Jaipur, has two spa suite tents patterned after a 16th-century Mughal encampment. When India’s royalty went camping, their tasseled tents were made of velvet and embroidered silk.
If the Imperial encapsulates Delhi’s past, the Park offers a vivid glance into Delhi’s future—and the future looks uncannily like Miami Beach crossed with Islington.
The Grand has been a source of civic pride and a landmark of social arrival for more than a century.
This enormous resort and spa overlooking the Ganges is one of the grandest hotels in Leo-Andrieu's portfolio. A posh meditation (and destination) spa in the Himalayas, the minimalist guest rooms overlook the city of Rishikesh. The program combines ancient