Saturday, 30 March 2013

Delhi: The Heart of the Nation and the Centre for Getaway

Hotels near Delhi
Neemrana Hotels
Begin from the primitive treasures of Delhi which are still breathing in the old part of the capital and pursue till the extended New Delhi to meet the refreshing modern fa├žade of the city. The capital offers a complete package to a traveler. The carved walls and Mughal styled houses by the sides of the narrow lanes in Old Delhi, the brilliantly designed and sincerely managed central Delhi, and the rest of the nature oriented yet, modern areas of the capital, have been some of the inescapable aspects. Moreover, the historical and commercial affluence of the capital is well known.
At the same time, Delhi is now encircled with cosmopolitan NCR that offers variant possibilities of leisure and entertainment, and suffices all those added requirements a person have on a holiday. While besides, list of weekend getaways near Delhi is immeasurable. It includes globally known Taj Mahal of Agra, Havelies of Rajasthan, temples of Mathura, hills of Nainital and Shimla and lots more. This makes the heart of the nation and the area surrounding it, a perfect combination for the travelers.
Apart from this, there are several Hotels near Delhi and in the capital, which fulfills the most significant need of a traveler. They offer almost everything a patron requires to have a true getaway. Besides, the wide spread of budget to luxury hotels, makes it approachable for all kind of travelers. The standard of comfort and amenities in these hotels are truly the aspects to be acknowledged. To be precise, hotels in the heart of the nation are well equipped and experienced to provide a home away from home experience. And the immaculate hospitality of these hotels offers a special value to the travelers’ escape.

Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Hotels in Mandawa Blend Comfort and Opulence

As winter gives way to spring in India, it’s time to escape the daily grind and immerse in the beautiful colors of Rajasthan. A vibrant and exotic state where cultural and royal heritage amalgamate against the enchanting backdrop of desert and hill, Rajasthan is a must-visit place. The state is endowed with historical forts and palaces, which attracts both domestic and international tourists. According to a survey, every third foreign tourist who visits India travels to Rajasthan.

tourist destinations in Rajasthan
Neemrana Hill Fort Kesroli

There are many tourist destinations in Rajasthan and Mandawa is gaining prominence among all. Steeped in historical tradition of Rajasthan, Mandawa is known for its forts and palaces built by Shekhawati Rajas. This charming town is located just a few kilometers away from Jaipur. Exuding a vintage charm, this town is replete with forts, mansions and havelis. Every year tourists make a beeline to explore the paved archways, regal paintings, bewitching frescos and splendid monuments of this town. Not surprisingly, Mandawa, today, boasts of many hotels and resorts that beautifully accommodate the needs of its discerning guests.

Combining the essence of bygone era and modern luxuries, these hotels in Mandawa are perfect for weekend gateways, wedding celebrations, feasts and even conferences. The hotels capture the spirit of Mandawa with their colorful frescos and grand architecture. The tariff of these hotels is structured in such a way that guests can enjoy a memorable stay without burning a hole in their pocket. These hotels also organize a number of activities to help guests unwind and discover the history of India.

Business or Holiday in Gujarat: Catch the Complete Gujarati Fervor

After Rajasthan, Gujarat is yet another fascinating land of bright colors, brilliant festivals, deep-rooted traditions; sweet influenced food culture and with an impressive storybook history.  Situated on the Western coast of the country with state of Rajasthan bordering in the North, Maharashtra in the South and Madhya Pradesh in the East, it includes ancient sites of Indus Valley Civilization such as Lothal and Dholavira as well.

Hotels in Gujarat
Neemrana Darbargadh Palace

Since the beginning, Gujarat has been a popular destination in terms of economy and industrialization.  The ancient fact that its coastal cities served as trading centers during the Maurya and Gupta empires reveals us more than enough of its potential as being one of the most industrialized states of India. More can be understood, when we recognize that some of the most important business leaders of India emerged from this state itself. From the "Father of the Indian space program" to Dhirubai Ambani from Azim Premji to Jamshedji Tata, all these business thinkers and pillars originated from Gujarat.

With this early detection and the progress of economic growth over the years, there has been a great development in all the other fields such as education, agriculture, manufacturing, hospitality and so on. This has given a boost to the tourism industry in more than one way or the other and one can see that many business people travel for work and many holiday makers travel for holiday in Gujarat. Simultaneously, there are innumerable number of hotels in Gujarat that cater to the special needs of the travelers who are looking to unwind and catch the Gujarati glimpse on their leisure trip or the corporate who are looking especially for excellent business amenities.

Friday, 8 March 2013

An Introduction to Fort Kochi

hotles in Fort Kochi
Neemrana Tower House
Kochi is a stunning city set in “God’s Own Country’, Kerala. The mere mention of Kochi conjures up striking visuals of backwaters, palm fringed groves, Arabian Sea twilights and Chinese fishing nets. Kochi has a diverse, multicultural heritage as it used to be a major port of spice trade for European, Chinese and Arabian traders. In fact, Fort Kochi was granted to the Portuguese in 1503 by the Rajah of Kochi, after which a fort (Fort Emmanuel) was built to secure the commercial interests of the city.   

Since then, Fort Kochi has juggled through the possession of the Portuguese, Dutch, and British until India’s independence. Fort Kochi’s architecture illustrates this acquired multicultural heritage till date in its structures, churches townships and overall spirit. As a result, it is now a popular tourist destination in Kochi with the presence of sights such as Indo Portuguese museum, St. Francis Church, Santa Cruz Basilica, Mattencherry Palace, Jewish Synagogue and much more.

Tourists can choose to stay in one of the many comfortable hotels in Fort Kochi, which usually range from cost effective mid range to higher end five star hotels and resorts. Kochi, because of its stunning romantic backdrop makes for a perfect wedding destination as well. Not only Indian nationals but also a number of citizens from abroad choose Kochi as their dream venue for their Indian wedding in India. Fort Kochi also has a picturesque promenade overlooking the clear waters which offers a great spot to take a morning or evening stroll or simply sit, relax, and reflect.