There's a hotel for every budget in India – from luxury resorts to small economy hotels. India is well known for its heritage, forts, palaces & havelis which offer decent accommodation and good food.

Luxury Hotels
Luxury hotels come in several categories in India, such as the super deluxe, deluxe, five star, four star and three star, depending on the facilities they offer. These hotels are generally limited to the major tourist centres and the metro cities.
The Taj Group has the finest hotels in India followed by the Oberoi, Welcomgroup, Lella & Hyatt.

Heritage Hotels
In Rajasthan, Gujarat and other smaller places all over India the forts and palaces of the erstwhile kings have been converted into heritage hotels. If you want experience the royal Indian treatment, you might want to check these out. The most expensive hotels in India follow the noon checkout system.

Budget Hotels Most suitable and preferred by backpackers, budget hotels in India are dirt-cheap. These hotels quick to raise their prices according to the demand and supply ratio. Many of these hotels operate on a 24-hour system – you check out the following day at the same time as you signed in. However some hotels still maintain the noon checkout, while hotels in hill stations follow a logic best known to them alone. So it pays to check on the checkout time in advance.

Seasonal Variations In popular tourist destinations it is common practice for hoteliers to raise and lower their prices according to demand. Expect widely different prices at on-season and off-season times. The definition of 'off-season' varies with the place. Like, winters are 'off-season' for the hill stations, but totally 'on-season' for the deserts. During peak season, bookings can be extremely heavy so reserve well in advance.

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