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From opulent, to downright decadent, we present the most expensive rooms that the most expensive hotels in India have to offer.

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Peacock Suite at ITC Gardenia, Bengaluru:

Price per night: Rs3.75 lakh plus taxes. 

What you get:

A peacock-feather mural, complete with a white-metal and silver-leaf design on the headboard.

An aquamarine infinity pool

A two-storeyed Presidential Suite that includes butler service and complimentary use of the boardroom at Towers Lounge for three hours.

The suite also has its own private helipad, because surely you’d want to arrive in style.


Presidential Suite at The St Regis Mumbai:

Price tag per night: Rs4.5 lakh plus taxes.

What You Get:

A 3,000sqft suite on Level 28 of the hotel building.

A Jacuzzi in the adjoining spa bathroom that gives you near-endless views of the skyline.

A standout design elements include handcrafted rugs, interesting artefacts and gilded colours.

A bar and wine cellar, study

A well-equipped kitchenette

Butler service.


Presidential Suite at Taj Lands End, Mumbai

Price Tag Per Night: Rs5 lakh plus taxes per night.

What You Get:

1. A 3,000sqft space that’s dominated by classic blues and browns.

2. A five-fixture bathroom with Jacuzzi, a bath menu and bath salts

A well-equipped office,

A personal health centre,

A yoga kit

An amply stocked kitchenette with pantry.

Sweeping sea-views from each room.


Maratha Presidential Villa at ITC Grand Bharat, Gurgaon:

Price Tag Per Night: Rs5 lakh plus taxes per night.

What You Get:

A villa spanning 532sqm, which is an ode to history.

Woodwork is inspired by the carving style developed by the Marathas

Details on the floors and ceiling have colonial influences.

A foyer leading to the spacious living room has a rotunda staircase

A study that comes with a workstation and a well-stocked bar.

A private deck, with its lap pool and Jacuzzi

A private chef to cook a meal for you in your own private villa.

A dedicated retreat host

Airport transfers in an Audi Q7.


Grand Presidential Suite at ITC Maurya, New Delhi

Price per night: Rs5 lakh plus taxes per night.

What You Get:

1. A lavish two-bedroom suite with an exclusive private entrance.

2. Tastefully combined Mauryan-inspired accents, silk-panelled walls, wooden floors, artworks, crystal glassware, and mother-of-pearl accessories.

3. Steam and sauna rooms,

4. A private gymnasium

5. An ebony-finished dressing room

6. A study with a library

7. A business courtyard

8. A private boardroom and lounge.


Presidential Suite at The Leela Palace New Delhi

Price Tag Per Night: Rs5.5 lakh plus taxes per night.

What You Get:

Complimentary airport transfers in a BMW

24hr butler service

A fully functional butler’s pantry

Jacuzzi

A couple’s spa suite.

Bullet-proof glass.

Opulent décor including old-leaf ceilings, art pieces in pure silver and semi-precious stones, and exquisite woodwork.


Maharaja Suite at The Leela Palace, Udaipur

Price Per Night: Rs6.4 lakh plus taxes per night – one of the most expensive hotel room in India

What You Get:

A 3,552sqft, lake-facing suite.

A large living area fit for a gathering

A dining area decked with handcrafted silver furnishings

A study

An interconnecting room for those accompanying you.

A king-sized bathtub with a Jacuzzi

An en-suite ESPA massage parlour

A plunge pool.


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