India holidays boast a collision of cultures: peaceful temples and rowdy festivals, quiet villages and bustling cities, warm beautiful beaches and the snow peaked Himalayas. This vibrant multicultural, multidimensional country is a mixture of the most dynamic attitudes of modern Asia mixed with a lingering sense of British etiquette.
India is enormous on an overwhelming scale. Some of the popular destinations include Goa, a verdant stretch of the West coast featuring a unique blend of Portuguese and Indian culture, and Kerala, featuring world famous beaches and a contagious relaxed lifestyle.
Rice boats on the backwaters of Kerala
Below is a selection of hotels for holidays in India. If you can't find what you are looking for, feel free to give us a call on 01342 310571 to discuss your requirements, alternatively you can view our holidays in other Indian Ocean and Sub Continent destinations.
A beautiful boutique resort near the famous Calangute beach. The beach is just 5 minutes walk from the resort. This is a quiet property offering good personal service.
This 5-star beach resort, is a contemporary celebration of south India’s Vijayanagara Empire temple and palace architecture, and Goa’s Portuguese heritage.
Located in the centre of Kovalam this is the most prestigious hotel in town, The hotel is right on a headland and has spectacular sea views on three sides. There is a range of bars and restaurants, an exclusive club room area and a private beach reached by buggy.
The hotel is set on a hillside, behind the resort of Kovalam , offering wonderful views of the backwater lush landscapes, coconut palms, and unspoiled beaches. Located to the north of Kovalam, with beautiful views over the lagoon and ocean.
Located on the picturesque Malabar Coast five miles south of Kovalam, Somatheeram is set in 15 acres of lush greenery, palm trees and bewitching blue waters
Set on the beach at Raj Baga, this spacious resort has its own private access to a secluded beach, a golf course, an excellent pool and some good restaurants from formal to beach shack