India, with its plethora of options and natural resources, is a huge land to visit and explore. There is so much to experience in this nation – from the beaches to the mountains, from the dense forests to the barren deserts; it is an absolute delight for visitors.
There are specific cities which boast of an extraordinary collection of luxury hotels and resorts that are absolute crowd favourites.
Here in this article, we take a look at the top three resorts in India and what makes these places a special:
The Oberoi Cecil, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
This resort is situated in the midst of the lofty Himalayan ranges and, in many ways, symbolises the colonial history of Shimla. It dates back nearly 100 years and brings to the fore the original British era grandeur.
Also, the guests are taken back to the time when they walk on the wooden floors. They also have the opportunity to enjoy the crackling fires and colonial-era furniture. With a stunning atrium, the hotel also gives the opportunity to sit and soak in a great view of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
Shaam-e-Sarhad Village Resort, Kutch, Gujarat
This is for people wanting to switch off from the daily routine and it also gives a great opportunity to witness the rich Gujarati culture. Combine the exquisite location and Shaam-e-Sarhad is just the perfect resort.
It is situated in a rather secluded region of Kutch and offers diverse accommodation choices which include mud cottages and tents, and both these have a superb old-world ambience and charm. Also, there is no putting into words the beauty and hospitality of the place which makes the guests forget about all their troubles and hassles.
Simplicity defines this place and the guests can opt for tents, family tents, and bhungas.
Kumarakom Lake Resort (Kumarakom)
As per the BBC, Kumarakom Lake Resort is one of the most luxurious holiday destinations in the world. It is a high-end resort and offers the finest of services. Also, it is located about 3 kilometres away from Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
It is known not only for its facilities but also its very courteous staff. The rooms, villas, and suites are an amalgamation of Kerala’s indigenous architecture and modern contemporary comforts and luxuries. The resort also has 4 restaurants where guests can treat themselves to a superb meal.
So, next time you plan a luxury trip, consider visiting one of these resorts.