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When it comes to Indian accommodation, you can spend as little or as much as you like

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  • Also a rooftop terrace restaurant that's perfect for lake-view dining.
  • In Udaipur, another favourite is Hotel Madri Haveli which dates back 300 years and has 14 stunning boutique rooms

(IIP) - When it comes to Indian accommodation, you can spend as little or as much as you like - from $2 to $2000 a night and beyond.
Budget options are generally OK, but mid-range is where you get the best value for money, though if your budget can stretch you'll find the luxurious five-star hotels of the Indian-owned Taj group (tajhotels.com) to be world class.
The chain also has hotel brands, such as Vivanta and Gateway, offering more affordable four and three star-level rates.
Boutique stays are becoming popular. In Delhi, a personal favourite is The Rose. It's in the heart of the hip Hauz Khas village and is part art gallery, shop and cafe, part fabulous yet simple boutique accommodation.
Think white walls, plush yet simple furnishings, tons of light and views of the adjacent rose garden, for about $85 a night.
In Udaipur, another favourite is Hotel Madri Haveli which dates back 300 years and has 14 stunning boutique rooms, each with stained glass windows, Rajasthani archways and day beds (a deluxe room is about $65 a night).
There's also a rooftop terrace restaurant that's perfect for lake-view dining.

 

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