These Are The Most Expensive Hotels in India


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Ancient India was famous for its luxurious and exuberant structures that hosted the great dynasties of its time.  Looking at such splendour one could easily be mistaken for believing nothing has changed since the days of the Raj and unspeakable wealth. Indian royalty was such a luxurious way of life the British elite were envious of the grandeur and architectural beauty the Raj associated themselves with. Modern India has done its equal share in making the rich and the wealthy of our country feel like royalty. Grand palatial hotels, bedecked resplendently in treasure worthy trimmings pepper the finest locations.

Introducing the Most Expensive Hotels in India

1. Rambagh Palace

Hotels in India: Rambagh palace at night

Where: Jaipur

Cost for a room: Rs. 6,00,000(Grand Presidential Suite)

Interesting fact: It was the official residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur.

2. Taj Lake Palace

 Hotels in India: Taj Lake Palace Garden

Where: Udaipur

Cost for a room:  Rs 6,00,000 (Grand Presidential Suite)

Interesting fact: Belonging to the Mewar dynasty this grand palace is located in the middle of Lake Pichola in Udaipur.

3. Leela Palace Kempinski

Hotels in India: Main lobby inside the Leela Palace Kempinski

Where: New Delhi

Cost for a room: Rs. 4,50,000(Maharaja Suite)

Interesting fact: It cost a whopping 18 Billion Rupees to make this hotel!

4. The Oberoi (Guargaon)

Hotels in India: Moat surrounding the Oberoi hotel Guargaon

Where: Gurgaon

Cost for a room: 3,00,000 (Presidential Room)

Interesting fact: The design for the hotel was shortlisted for the Best Hotel Design in the built projects category at the 2012 edition of the World Architecture Festival held in Singapore.

5. The Oberoi (Mumbai)

Hotels in India: Water-side view of the Mumbai Oberoi hotel

Where: Mumbai

Cost for a room: Rs. 3,00,000(Presidential Suite)

Interesting fact: The Oberoi was a key target for terrorist activities during the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

Source: Namaste India.

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