Visit India’s Romantic places

</a></p> <p><em>The views above are collated from reviews written by travellers onwww.holidayiq.com</em></p>” target=”_blank”>1. The Lalit Resort & Spa, Bekal


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HolidayIQ Traveller Jobby Thomas shares his experience, “This resort is beautiful and surrounded by backwaters and sea. The best thing is that you can spend your time at Lalit by simply enjoying what the resort offers, as it has a man-made lake, pool, lobby and the Kerala style buildings. The breakfast was great.”

How to Reach Bekal

10+ Ratings | 7+ Reviews

2. Wildflower Hall, Mashobra


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HolidayIQ Traveller Mudit Satyadeep says, “Located at top of a mountain near Shimla, it has a marvellous architecture. The location can easily be part of a fable! A castle at top of a hill; in middle of wilderness; covered with snow. I had a pleasant stay.”

It’s one of those romantic spots you can’t help falling for, where the suites come with four-poster beds, teakwood flooring and cosy fireplaces.

How to Reach Mashobra

53+ Ratings | 28+ Reviews

3. Ri Kynjai Resort, Shillong


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HolidayIQ Traveller Atanu Gupta says, “If you plan to visit Shillong, this is the best where you could be. Stay in the arms of the nature away from the city! Enjoy the view of the cloud and sun from the balcony. Get a bird’s eye view of the Umium lake.”

How to Reach Shillong

48+ Ratings | 23+ Reviews

4. Barefoot at Havelock, Andaman Island


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HolidayIQ Traveller Anand from Mumbai says, “If you are in Havelock, Barefoot is the place to be. The resort is located at the most convenient location. There is no TV, no network, so book your stay here only if you intend to escape the world. The resort offers good food with extremely courteous staff. It houses one of the best pubs in Havelock, tourist flock from around the island to this pub during the evening.”

How to Reach Havelock Island

140+ Ratings | 183+ Reviews

5. The Machan, Lonavala


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HolidayIQ Traveller Sandhya Asher from Mumbai shares her experience, “We visited The Machan for our first anniversary and booked ‘canopy tent’ for 1 night stay. The canopy tent is tastefully done and is very spacious. Bathrooms were huge with transparent rooftop. Food is excellent and freshly made for guests.”

How to Reach

27+ Ratings | 19+ Reviews

6. Devi Garh By Lebua, Udaipur


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HolidayIQ Traveller Anil Chordia shares his experience, “I was there for a day on my marriage anniversary. The hotel is very comfortable and gives an essence of royalty. The rooms were excellently done.”

With the Aravali Hills as its backdrop and a quaint village as its base, this palace has a fairytale setting.

How to Reach Udaipur

25+ Ratings | 21+ Reviews

7. Bungalow On The Beach, Tranquebar


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HolidayIQ Traveler Pradeep S says, “Just lying on the verandah on the first floor of this restored property, taking in the sea view and the cool breeze of the sea, took me away into a dreamy world! We booked Princess Louise on the first floor. This room was very beautiful with high ceiling, antique type furniture and 4 poster bed. “

Bungalow on the Beach is a quiet hideaway, away from the city. Hire a local fisherman’s boat and have him cook you a meal at sea under a starlit sky.

How to Reach Tranquebar

18+ Ratings | 12+ Reviews

8. Butt’s Clermont Houseboats, Srinagar


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HolidayIQ Traveller Jayant recommends Butt’s Clermount Houseboats at Srinagar.

Moored in a sheltered corner of Dal Lake, the five houseboats offer stunning views of the placid waters and surrounding snow-covered peaks.

How to Reach Srinagar

5+ Ratings | 3+ Reviews

9. Sula Beyond Vineyard Resort, Nasik


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HolidayIQ traveller Vimi Karnik from Surat says, “As you enter the long drive way of the resort, you are engulfed with the ever calming effect of the nature. The lush green vineyard, the chirping birds, the mesmerising hills – all these are enough to soothe your ruffled feathers. But the best is yet to come. At the reception you are greeted with sparkling wine accompanied by a sparkling smile and a friendly staff. The luxurious resort boasts of rooms overlooking lake side and hill side. You are also entitled to a vineyard tour and a wine tasting session. The tour is an experience in itself and the wine tasting session is really the highlight of the trip. Just next to the winery is nestled a very cosy French restaurant- Soleil. If you are looking for a rich and satisfying pampering to your taste buds, then you have zeroed down to the right place. In a nutshell, it is a place where you can unwind after a long and busy week, nursing a glass of wine and allowing yourself the sheer luxury of hearing quaint sounds of chirping sparrows while you are in the balcony of your room overlooking a swimming pool and contemplating whether to take a plunge in it or not!”

How to reach Nasik

31+ Rating | 18+ Reviews

10. Aman i Khas, Ranthambore


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HolidayIQ Traveller Raghav Singh from New Delhi says, “Hotel is located at a very good place which is near to the main attractions of the city. It is near to public transports also. Rooms are clean, tidy and neat. Staff is good, well behaved and mannered. Hotel manager is also friendly and helping. Overall, the stay at the hotel is awesome and superb.”

How to reach Ranthambore

4+ Rating | 2+ Reviews

11. Kumarakom Lake Resort, Kumarakom


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HolidayIQ Traveller Madhur Gupta from New Delhi says, “From the moment we arrived at Kumarakom Lake Resort, my husband and I were taken aback by the beautiful sights around us. Our room was not ready when we arrived, and we were made to wait for almost two hours, but we were given refreshments and spent the time exploring the gorgeous property. Our villa was exquisite and the bathroom was luxurious, it even had a massive jacuzzi in it. We had dinner at the seafood restaurant on our first night, and ate the buffet the second night. Both were very good, although if you are sitting outside by the lake, be careful of insects. The ayurvedic centre at the resort was perfect, we both had an hour-long massage treatment. All in all, a perfect destination. A little expensive, but worth it. P. S – You need to pay to access WiFi, which was a disappointment for such a big establishment. But it did allow us to switch off from the world on holiday. We did take a 24 hour connection on our last day to keep in touch with family and check our flight schedules.”

How to reach Kumarakom

260+ Rating | 148+ Reviews

12. Treasure Island Resort, Lonavala


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HolidayIQ Traveller Deepak Bhat from Nasik says, “We visited Lonavala during the Dussehra holidays. We wanted to enjoy a laid back holiday interspersed with activities. During our stay at the resort we visited Karla caves, Celebrity Wax Museum and Imagica Amusement park. The resort is well spread out. It is located about six km from Lonavala and is far from the madding crowd. The rooms offer the privacy and a quiet atmosphere. The pool is big and located centrally. It was fun swimming in the rain. We had a two bedroom suite and everything was functional. The restaurant only caters for vegetarians. The food was on the expensive side. The resort conducts magic show and group games in the evenings depending on the number of guests. It was enjoyable. The resort is good for large families on holidays as it offers opportunities to wind down and a chance to catch up with other members.”

How to reach Lonavala

107+ Rating | 71+ Reviews

13. Mayfair, Gangtok


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HolidayIQ Traveller Megha Goel from Siliguri says, “Mayfair is a beautiful resort. Mahjong is the best part! It is one of the best casinos of India opened in The Mayfair. The name of the casino comes from the name of a famous game played in China. The casino has a different ambiance all together. Blackjack and poker lovers will have a blast. It is open 24 hours. I totally enjoyed the stage life performance too. The entrance charge in 3000. Children below 18 are not allowed.”

How to reach Gangtok

319+ Rating | 164+ Reviews

14. The Leela, Goa


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HolidayIQ Traveller Prakhar Nagaich from Aligarh says, “To begin with the motel is centered in a quiet location without being isolated. The structures located in a huge park are low, melted in nature and are very fine. The reception of the resort is breath-taking and the welcome to our very official and friendly arrival. The rooms are stunning, large and pricey without being too much. The seaside is gorgeous and significant amenities lee-la beneath the lovely palm bushes. The numerous staff are lovely and seeks to do the maximum. The breakfast on the motel is abundant and assorted and lunch in one of the vital many restaurants on the beach and dinner evening in the surrounding villages now not troublesome at all. Very good keep that makes you need to come back back soon.”

How to reach Cavelossim-Mobor

292+ Rating | 171+ Reviews

15. Timber Trail Resort, Parwanoo


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HolidayIQ Traveller Prashant Bhalla from Delhi shares, “The stay in the hotel was good. I went there for my personal conveyance. Quality of food was served its varieties were good. They provide both veg and non-veg. Gym and spa facilities were there. Sightseeing was availed personally. There was no cab facility provided by the hotel. The check-in and check-out was good and it was 24 hours active service and without delay. There was no such issue. I had a good view from the room. The destination of the hotel was fine and overall good accommodation. Room was well-maintained, neat and clean. The room has all the facilities. Overall the experience was fine and can be recommended to others for the stay.”

How to reach Parwanoo

44+ Rating | 25+ Reviews

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