Hotel Review: Iora, The Retreat, Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India

If you are looking for modern comforts when visiting the Kaziranga National Park, Iora is the place you should choose to stay. The property...

Hotel Review: Banasura Island Retreat, Wayanad Kerala – What a perfect...

I checked into Banasura Island Retreat in Wayanad in Kerala in the afternoon, least prepared for what awaited. Having driven most day under a...

Kunzum TV – Abbott Mount, Uttarakhand, India: Abbott Mount Cottage |...

Abbott Mount is a pretty hamlet located in the eastern part of Kumaon hills near Lohaghat, in the Champawat district of the northern state...

Hotel Review: Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

As a travel writer, I cannot allow excitement to cloud my opinion. But I could barely suppress the emotion at the prospect of checking...
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HOTEL REVIEW: King’s Lodge by Pugdundee Safaris | Bandhavgarh National Park,...

http://youtu.be/tTfJhet8l7s After a day and a half of driving on Indian roads during the scorching summer month of June, you can want nothing more than...

Hotels in and around Bikaner, Rajasthan

Planning a trip to Bikaner? Here is a handy list of hotels for you. Please note that this compilation is based on random...

Hotel Review: Wild Grass Lodge, Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India

The Kaziranga National Park is one of the best forest reserves in the world – and you have to stay at the Wild Grass...

Marriott Hotels Spoils You With the Convenience of Their Mobile App

There is a Marriott Hotels check-in and then, there is every-other-hotel check-in. Every journey is tiring, and the last thing you want is to ride...

Hotel Review: Oberoi Rajvilas | Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

The Oberoi Rajvilas has consistently been ranked amongst the best hotels in the world by various magazines and trade bodies. Does it deserve the...

Review: Wayfarer Mountain Resort, Munsiyari, Uttrakhand

As far as first impressions go, the Wayfarer Resort in Munsiyari in the Himalayan state of Uttrakhand (Uttranchal) flatters – but it does end...