Hotels in India
The alleyways of Jodhpur’s ancient walled city are too narrow for cars. But guests at the Raas need not fret: a vintage-style tuk-tuk awaits to take you through ancient streets and bustling bazaars to the hotel’s grand stone archway.
A tasteful colonial theme park, this Art Deco icon—built in 1936, at the arrogant height of the Raj—is soaked with the ambiance of what writer Ranjana Sengupta calls “the whole tea-on-the-club-lawns and bugles-at-sunset world of Delhi in the 1930s.” An apt description for a pleasantly coddling ye
In the heart of the city, yet set back from the chaotic neighborhood of Colaba; the posh hideaway of choice among Mumbai’s glitterati.
The Taj Mahal, the epic monument less than half a mile away, is undoubtedly the focal point at this 102-room luxury resort.
Sandstone-hued splendor on Lake Pichola with a supervised kids' buffet and play zone during Sunday brunch. Guests of the 80-room property arrive by private launch. Suites are appointed with gilded, locally made furniture.
At this 14-room retrofitted hotel, the staff is inconspicuously attentive - dinners appear by the hen house or on a mid-river island as if by an invisible hand. The food comes mostly from the property's gardens and livestock, fully in line with the precepts of Slow Food.
Business-district hotel on landscaped grounds.
At this lavish, 402-room behemoth, ten minutes from the city center, no task is out of reach for the warm and knowledgeable staff, whether it means repairing a broken suitcase or arranging for a private charter to any of the more far-flung tourist sites.