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English - Magazine Top 10 Hotel

English - Magazine Top 10 Hotel

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Top Ten 10 Business Hotels in India
With some help from Forbes, The India Street has compiled its list of the Top Ten 10 business hotels in India. The criteria we used consist of the following:
Luxury accommodations rating
Business friendly atmosphere
Customer service"It wasn't until five or six years ago that India started offering really upscale hotels," saysPallavi Shah, owner of Our Personal Guest, a New York City luxury-travel consultancythat has been planning trips to the country since 1989. "Many of the supposedly five-star hotels were in converted palaces that were aesthetically beautiful, but they just didn'tmeet international standards of luxury."What surprises foreign business travelers the most when visiting India is the price of therooms. The average price is around $450 for the hotels listed below. The second mostoften heard quote from foreign business travelers to India is that the service is exceptionaland much better than they receive in their home countries.
1. Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Mumbai
This 565-room hotel brings together Moorish, Oriental and Florentine styles with vaultedalabaster ceilings, onyx columns, archways, hand-woven silk carpets, crystal chandeliersand a cantilever stairway. It offers panoramic views of the Arabian Sea and the Gatewayof India. The 46 suites come with personal butlers and are decked out in British Raj
furniture. Also found here: the city's hottest restaurants, such as the Middle Eastern spotSouk and Japanese eatery Wasabi by Morimoto.Visit www.tajhotels.com.
2. Leela Palace Bangalore
The Leela Palace Hotel is a popular Five Star Hotel in Bangalore with all the world-classcomforts under one roof. The
Leela Palace Hotel
in Bangalore has an array of 254 well-equipped rooms. All of these room are furnished with the latest amenities. Its mostunique feature is a three level shopping mall with high-end stores.Tip: If you are a business traveler staying through the weekend, their Sunday Brunch isincredible!Visit:http://www.theleela.com/hotel-bangalore.html
3. Trident Hilton Gurgaon
The hotel is more like an outdoor art exhibit than traditional hotel. Completely gated,this hotel could be located anywhere in the world where one will find it difficult toascertain the sites outside of the gates. The hotel is actually owned and run by Oberoi butthe Hilton name remains on the hotel.Trident Hilton Gurgaon is a business hotel with a difference. Set in an expanse of 7 beautifully landscaped acres, the building has an imposing yet serene presence, a resortlike ambience. It is characterized by domes, long corridors and walkways, inner courtyards, reflection pools and fountains. The hotel has 136 rooms, which include aPresidential suite and 6 Executive suites, overlooking the garden, courtyards andreflection pools, the rooms are elegantly furnished and appointed with modernconveniences.Tip: Try to eat at all of the restaurants. Each is excellent and offers completely differentfood selections.Visit Trident Hilton Gurgaon 

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