India is one of the most popular destinations in the world. To meet the ever growing needs of the travel and tourism sector, there are wide varieties of hotels available in the country to suit the pocket of every traveller. Right from top-class luxury lodgings for the affluent to budget accommodations for the backpackers there are ample choices to decide from.
Presently, there are several hotel groups that have carved out a niche in the Indian hotel sector. They are the ITC Maurya Delhi, ITC Maratha Mumbai, Fort Radisson of Radisson Group in Kolkata, Radisson Jass Hotel Shimla, The Taj Westend, Bangalore and the Taj Coromandel, Chennai. These hotels are known for their superior services and top-class amenities.
The hotels in India can be broadly divided into 4 classes based on their location, facilities and rooms offered.
Heritage Hotels: These hotels are the ultimate in luxury. They are the former mansions and havelis of old landlords found mostly in the former princely states of Delhi, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The Government of India has further classified these hotels into three categories; the Grand Heritage like the Lake Palace in Udaipur, Rambagh Palace in Jaipur and Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur, Classic Heritage and Heritage Hotels.
Luxury Hotels: These hotels cater predominantly to the upper middle class offering world class infrastructural amenities. They are The Leela Hotel Goa, The Maurya in New Delhi, Taj Oberoi in Mumbai, to name a few.
Budget Hotels: These economy hotels are meant for the upper middle and middle class. They too are quite comfortable and most of them have modern infrastructural facilities apt for the budget conscious traveler. A possible sub-category is Cheap Hotels which are quite popular among backpackers and tourists on a shoestring budget.
Resorts: In recent years, resorts have grown in popularity and frequented for their idyllic setting. These are found at the seaside, Majorda Beach Resort in Goa, or in hill stations, the De Vivendi Resorts in Manali.
According to the 2009 World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) report, India will become the third most visited country in the world between 2010 and 2019. In the light of this, the Government of India has undertaken several measures to promote and encourage the tourism sector, which includes increased budgetary allocation, and centre-states Public-Private-Partnership to increase hotel capacity. We are providing online hotel booking for our customers.