Hospitality

Homestays gain popularity among youth

MUMBAI

Planning a trip to Kashmir? You could book a room at a luxury hotel for Rs 20,000 a night. Or, you could experience royalty in a heritage villa that is owned by Maharaja Hari Singh’s grand-daughter with ancient interiors, private gardens and royal engagement at just Rs 5,800 a night (for two rooms).

Likewise, if you are one of those who enjoy wildlife and the charm of age old Indian royalty, then head out to Bera Castle in Rajasthan, owned by Thakur Baljeet Singh, the descendant of Maharana Pratap. At Rs 9,750 a night, you could enjoy the Haveli’s architecture, rooms (equivalent to hotel suites) with black and white pictures depicting the royal generations hunting or winning esteemed polo competitions, 7-course meals and safaris spotting leopards, crocodile, hyena, Indian partridge etc.

Read more at Economic Times

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