5 Indian Hotels Where You Can Stay At Rs. 10 Lakh Per Night!

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11:00 pm 8 Aug, 2014


Luxury hotels in India today are offering embodiments of indulgence that know no limits. These are experiences that are guaranteed to offer the luxury traveler a holiday to remember all his life. But these trips to lands of extreme hospitality and guest services come in exchange for big moolah. India is fast climbing the ladder of success in tourist destinations and hospitality standards. These five star hotel today that are ready to offer a world class holiday to all kinds of domestic or international tourists. There are many contenders for the five to ten lakh a night slot. Find below a list of 5 most expensive hotels in the country, for your perusal –

 5. Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

If staying on a lake in a palace was your ultimate fantasy then go book the Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur. The mist from Lake Pichola will take you to a different world all together. The hotel is built in marble and has the Aravallis in the backdrop. The molded sculptures and the fine craftsmanship, make its worth every penny. The service is exceptional and the staff makes you feel nothing less than a royalty. It is one of the pride properties of Taj groups due to its excellent location and remarkable service record. No wonder they can demand 10 lakhs per night for it. And mind you the likes of Queen Elizabeth and Shah of Iran have stayed here.

Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

4. Leela Palace, New Delhi


While in Delhi, holiday with the splendor of the Lutyens. Spend some big moolah and stay at this hotel that thinks it’s perfectly fine to charge 10 lakhs per night for a suite. You get to go around the city in a Rolls Royce Phantom. The hotel actually boasts of intricate wood work and gold leaf ceilings. The place has standards that are very difficult to beat. There are anti frost Ad Nortam mirror televisions, toiletries from Bvlgari and a stocked library to relax and unwind. The likes of Tom Cruise and Akon have stayed here and gone back and highly recommended it.

Leela Palace, New Delhi

3. Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad

The place has quite an extensive history that dates back to 1895. It was the palace of the Nizam for some time too. The building is in the shape of a scorpion. It is popularly called the Mirror of the sky as it is strategically located in the middle of lush gardens. The grand terraces in marble and the elegant beauty justify the price tag for each night. Old historical places in such good shape are a rarity nowadays. The rooms transform you to a world of luxury and comfort and guest are tempted to stay on.

Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad

2. Raj Palace, Jaipur

Located in the Pink City of India, Jaipur, this World’s Leading Heritage Hotel, never lets down even a single guest that steps through its front doors. Guests are awed by the pieces of art that can be found scattered all over the premises. The history of the place is so rich that it leaves an impression on each and every guest who stays here. There are multi cuisine restaurants of international standards and hospitality staff that have been trained for perfection. On the premises is a crockery museum with artifacts that are two centuries old. If they charge a few lakhs a night they make up for it by delivering an experience that stays with you for life.

Raj Palace, Jaipur

1. Oberoi Grand, Kolkata

Kolkata is synonymous with the Grand, when it comes to luxury holidays. It’s been standing proud for over a century and only going stronger. Old stalwarts will tell you that it was called the ‘Grand Dame of Chowringhee’, in the golden era. The frontage is neo classical and the architecture Victorian. There are world class facilities for all guests and the staff here t are passionate about pampering for a living. It is one of the prime properties of the Oberoi Group and rightly so.


Oberoi Grand, Kolkata

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