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5 Boutique Hotels in India You Didn’t Know About

November 15, 2017 | Aishani Varma

From the mountains of Darjeeling to the backwaters of Kerala, India’s diverse landscapes have inspired hoteliers and entrepreneurs through the ages, leading to the creation of unique travel experiences for every type of traveler.

1) Lakshman Sagar Resort, Pali, Rajasthan

A peaceful retreat for nature-lovers, Lakshman Sagar is a three-hour drive east of Jodhpur and 15 minutes away from the town of Raipur. Formerly built as a hunting lodge, it is decorated in a quirky style, creating a stark contrast with the barren beauty of Rajasthan. Keeping intact the heritage of the lodge, the locally inspired interiors give travelers a taste of a typical Rajasthani experience.



Source: Lakshman Sagar

2) Elsewhere – The Beach House, Goa

Located in North Goa, these four beach houses are perfect for travelers looking to get away from the real world. Accessible via a wooden footbridge, these houses are situated directly on the beach, facing the sea. Built in the traditional Goan style, these beach houses in Elsewhere have a delightful open sitting area, giving a spectacular view of the sea. If you’re looking at kicking back and relaxing, what better place to do it than at one of Brad and Angelina’s vacation spots?



3) Philipkutty’s Farm, Kerala

If you want to enjoy the real Keralan experience, this farm located in Kumarakom is a must visit. An organic and working farm, Philipkutty’s host guests in waterfront villas that overlook the beautiful backwaters of Kerala. Its famous Ayurvedic center also makes it the perfect attraction for visitors seeking a holistic experience.



4) Glenburn Tea Estate, Darjeeling, West Bengal

Glenburn is a working tea estate with rolling hills, tea picker villages, and river valleys to explore. An hour away from Darjeeling, this place has magnificent views of the third highest mountain in the world, Kangchenjunga. Witness the age-old rituals of tea making, indulge in luxury camping in the wilderness, and delight in their variety of gastronomical delights.



5) Tree House Hideaway, Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh

Situated amidst the lush jungle, Tree house Hideaway offers an ideal escape from the hustle-bustle of the city life. With its treehouse-styled rooms, the resort is the perfect getaway for travelers looking for some adventure. From wildlife safaris, to picnics in the park, this place does it all.



It’s time to go off the beaten path, and let yourself be swept away by all that India has to offer. Step out of your comfort zone, and explore the unexplored with Offroads India.


Aishani Varma

A graduate of Delhi University and a lover of eating and traveling, Aishani has always enjoyed taking adventurous trips to unknown parts of the world.


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