This new generation branded hotel is located in the heart of Raipur city, just 1 km. away from the railway station and 3 kms. away from the bus stand, giving easy accessibility to transit and business travellers.This contemporarily designed hotel is a tasteful blend of youth and tradition. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and come equipped with all basic facilities.
Ahmedabad also called Amdavad is Gujarat's major city. A startling metropolis with a long history, many remarkable buildings, a fascinating phase of an old quarter, excellent museums, delicious street cuisine and fabulous night markets.
BORS- Located on Malgund beach near Ganpatipule, Blue Ocean Resort and Spa is a luxurious escape for you to revitalize your senses. It is brimming with culture, exotic sights, a clean, private beach, palm trees and mangroves. Dotted by Portuguese style cottages along the hillside and a tropical garden that fades into the sea, this place is like Paradise on Earth. With every kind of facility from a water park to live fish catching, a multi cuisine restaurant, a lively bar, yoga and meditation, trekking, paragliding or a soothing spa session; it has something for everybody. Indulge your senses and your soul; treat yourself to a relaxing experience.
I-Stay Hotels- For the travelers, convenience seekers, adventurous spirits and storytellers, this hotel cum hostel is full of attitude. Affordable yet comfortable, safe and secure, and smack dab in the center of Andheri, I-Stay is a youthful combination of creativity, comfort on a budget and a lively atmosphere. The facilities include A/C rooms, complimentary breakfast, lockers, 24/7 room service, personal brewing kits and laundry service, it's simple yet very stylish. Centrally located, it lets you experience the culture of any city.
Pint size Goa is more than beaches and trance parties. A kaleidoscopic blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures, sweetened with sun, sea, seafood, sand and spirituality, there is nowwhere in India quite like it.
Once, dubbed as a 'Temple City', Bhubaneshwar, is an enthralling pit stop for a day or two as you take in the old city's holy center around the ceremonial tank called BinduSagar. Here once stood thousands of medieval stone temples, but now around 50 remain tracing back to 1st Century BC and earlier.
Reverent, cheerful & pleasantly boisterous, Sikkim's modern capital perches along a precipitous mountain ridge, descending down the hillside in steep tiers. At first the city feels like any other hill station, but delve deeper and you get a wistful peek into an India that we could have been.
Mango Hotels in Agra is located in Sikandra, the busy suburb, and close to the mausoleum of Akbar the Great, an important Mughal architectural masterpiece. Agra is also known for the majestic TajMahal, whose magical allure draws tourists likes moths to wondrous flame.
A Cosmopolitan City, number one city in the Indian deep south, blessed with a benevolent climate and a burgeoning drinking, dining and shopping scene. It's a place to find lovely parks and Victorian Era architecture.
Jodhpur, also known as the Sun City, is divided into the old and new city. The old city is dotted with little blue settlements and medieval streets, surrounded by a 10 km long wall, that separates it from the new city. Although the blue homes were traditionally symbolic of Brahmin households, over the years, the non-Brahmins caught up too, making it worthy of the name Blue City.