Oberoi Amarvilas


Designed to take you back to an era of emperors and riches. The architecture of the hotel pays homage to Mughal splendour with marble fountains, ornate passageways and gold leaf frescoes. Every room offers breath-taking views of the TajMahal. Wake up to the golden light of dawn with the sun rising over the Taj, or enjoy its shimmering beauty under magical moonlit nights.

Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace


Built between 1928 and 1943, Umaid Bhawan Palace stands today as one of the greatest and last palaces of India. It counts amongst the most opulent homes ever and is still the residence of the erstwhile Jodhpur royal family. A magnificent piece of Rajasthans heritage and a symbol of new Jodhpur. Your chance to live like a king!

School Estate


Ever wanted to be on vacation yet feel at home? Experience School Estate, an elegant homestay run by Husband and wife duo Rani and KK Aiyapa. This estate bungalow is surrounded by laid out gardens situated amid 200 acres of coffee estate and was originally built as the home to Reverand Rictor, one of the early missionaries to Coorg during colonial rule. With just four guest rooms one is assured of very personalized service. As is the case with any home the food at School Estate takes the cake. Succulent pork preparations made with fresh spices from the region along with Rani’s special touch leave you wanting for more.

Ramathra Fort


The historic Ramathra Fort now turned boutique hotel provides the traveler a glimpse into rural India which has been untouched by masses of tourist. Your hosts at Ramathra would be Raviraj and his charming wife Gitanjali who belong to the Aristocratic family that owns the Ramathra fort for 3 centuries. While here, guests can choose to be involved in sustainable tourism activities, visit a village school, enjoy safaris to nearby wildlife sanctuaries and explore the countryside and lake.A rare opportunity to interact with villagers understand the simple life of the countryside. The village is full of curious things. One never runs out of questions or smiles.

Samode Palace


Samode Palace embodies 500 years of history and remains a haven of tranquility surrounded by the Aravalli hills. The luxurious rooms are decorated with stunning murals reflecting the regions design sensibilities. Located in close proximity of Jaipur, Samode Palace ensures one isn’t too far from all the action. A walk into the village takes you back into time. Get a pair of customized slip on shoes called jooties or bangles made of lacquer made in front of you as you choose the colours and patterns.

Dwarika’s Hotel


Deep rooted in the culture of Kathmandu, Dwarika’s Hotel is a handcrafted labor of love. Using traditional woodwork and terracotta techniques inspired by the old cities of Patan and Bhaktipur, the hotel is a beacon on the importance of heritage conservation in Nepal. The hotel is clusters of traditional Newari buildings housing sprawling rooms and suites.

Taj Lake Palace


Rising from Lake Pichola and set against the Aravalli hills, the grandeur of the Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur is breathtaking. Builtas a pleasurepalace in 1746 thepalacewithgilded moldings, sculptured marble pillars and ornate latticework add to the history and romance of the hotel, taking you back to the days of royalty. An exclusive luxury palace set in the middle of the heritage lake Picholla, its banks dotted by havelis and palaces create a magnificent view from the hotel.


Sri Lanka

Relax amidst nature’s best at Santani in Sri Lanka. A luxury wellness resort, the practices are deep rooted in ancient Ayurvedic principles, Yoga and nutrition. Spanning 48 acres of a verdant expanse, guests can indulge in a variety of treatments that are restful and rejuvenating for the mind, body and soul.

Taj Nadesar Palace


A sanctuary away from the hustle bustle of Varanasi and the depth of its culture and spirituality. This heritage palace turned boutique hotel with just 12 rooms is set amongst verdant gardens, mango orchards, marigold and jasmine fields, Nadesar Palace is a haven for peace and tranquility.

Glenburn Tea Estate & Boutique Hotel


A quaint plantation retreat in the Himalayas overlooked by the mighty Kanchenjunga mountain range, Glenburn Tea Estate & Boutique Hotel in Darjeelng is where you can walk amongst butterflies and birds. Started by a Scottish tea company in 1859 it was then passed on to an Indian family. The foruth generation running the family carries almost a century of tea knowledge in their inheritance and you can experience this legacy in the colonial home turned boutique hotel in the midst of a tea estate. This sprawling tea estate lets you experience nature as it was meant to be – untouched and invigorating. It makes for a perfect escape!

Bruntons Boatyard


Moored on a historic stretch of Cochins famed harbour, the Bruntons Boatyard is reborn from the remains of a Victorian shipbuilding yard. An eclectic blend of English, Portugese and Dutch influences with soaring cielings, hanging fans and artifacts from the age of steam and sail.

Chanoud Garh


A 300 year old palace homestay! Every bit of the palace has been preserved from its delicate stone filigree jharokas, marbled pillars, grand rooms and its winding doorways that lead to delicate courtyard or opulent lawns. The walls of the palace and its rooms tell little tales of history. The 200,000 square foot palace houses only 7 rooms. Still home to the erstwhile aristrocratic family one is personally taken care of and made to feel as part of the Chanoud family. Recommended for someone looking to experience authentic rural India from its small untouched village to the surrounding salt pans.

Kayal Island Retreat


The new boutique property on Kakkathuruthu—the island of crows—is designed to give you a flavour of local life. The location only accessible by private boat on an island in Lake Vembanad. The hotel comprises only two cottages, making it perfect for a family, or even couples seeking a quiet time away. From the outside, the cottages don’t look too different from the ones locals live in. But they do come with all modern conveniences. Kayal does aim to cut you off from what surrounds you be it the people or elements of nature. It aims to integrate you into the existing ecosystem of the island visiting local farms and understanding the life in the backwaters.

Malabar House


The elegant and stylish Malabar house is a Relais and Chateaux establishment located in the historical Fort Cochin quarter. An 18th century Dutch colonial residence with exquisite taste and verve converted into a lovely boutique hotel. Antique furniture sits alongside bright splashes of colourand the ambiance is a heady mix of the old world charm with a touch of contemporary India.

Purity by Malabar Escapes


A boutique villa, spread across an acre of land that is secluded within a network of rivers, canals, streams and lagoons in the backwaters of Kerala. Built in an Indo-Italian style, the villa with its spacious rooms and verandas, is minimally furnished and dotted with rare pieces of antiques. The hotel’s limited inventory ensures that all of your requirements are personally looked after by the efficient and amicable team. A perfect intimate getaway for exploring Keralas natural side, and a great haven for indulging in Ayurveda, meditation and yoga.

The Samode Safari Lodge


A unique stay cradled in luxury and sophistication in the Bandhavgarh national park. The Samode Safari Lodge is designed around a series of individual chalets. All the rooms are luxuriously adorned and their windows embrace the outdoors - all created to include the amazing experience of Bandhavgarh's natural splendour into the surreal sophistication of the living spaces. A limited number of rooms to ensure that you get the undivided attention of the resident staff as well as the expert naturalists.

The Sarai, Toria


In Panna National park we suggest a stay in the eco-conscious cottages at the SaraiToria. Raghu and Joanna, your hosts in Panna are known for their conservation activities in the region. Six spacious cottages with thatched roofs and open verandas have been built just behind the small spur. Trees, a few paths, a small creek and enthusiastic and conscientious local staff make the nine-acre plot seem larger than it is and homely. Enjoy a peaceful boat ride on the river along with a naturalist from the region. Some of our travelers have described this to be the most relaxing experience of their trip.

Ultimate Travelling Camp

Ladakh | Nagaland | Terai | Hampi

Recreate the magic of our old-world charm with luxury under canvas at quite another level at our camps in India.From the land of the lamas, Thiksey Monastery welcomes the adventurous traveller to our unique destination, the Chamba Camp, Thiksey. The Chamba Camp at Thiksey creates once-in-a-lifetime experiences - watch a game of polo, a sport of the royal family of Ladakh, raft down the River Indus, enjoy picnic lunches amidst the most picturesque spots with unforgettable views and much, much more.