India is a country which will enchant you with its beauty and diversity, delight you with colorful pageantry, enrich you with culture, stun you with modernity, embrace you with warmth, and overwhelm you with hospitality…a land where the ancient and the contemporary exist side by side, where thousands of brilliant images fill the soul with wonder and where quaint and startling contradictions lend an extraordinary vitality, texture and poetry to life.
A holiday to India presents you with endless possibilities to create memories of a lifetime. The breathtaking destinations of India can be explored delightfully by booking packages through Designer Indya. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to design the perfect India holiday for you.
Because everyone is different, our brochure incorporates a portfolio of hotels which span a whole spectrum of styles from small and simple to truly world class hotels offering the ultimate in luxury... and everything in between. Some of the properties in our programme may not even be an hotel in the true sense of the word, because we have also included historic palaces, some of which are family owned and the experience is one of being a guest in a friend's own home.Our aim is to ensure that there is something to suit every taste including those special touches which make your holiday unique to you. We have devised a simple grading system to guide you to the properties which are most likely to meet your requirements.
UNIQUE : They may not be hotels at all, but could be family “homes”,country manors, converted palaces, historic buildings or Eco-resorts in areas of natural beauty. Open small and intimate, and always exclusive, they may lack the range of facilities of international resorts, but they all possess something extraordinary which makes them stand out from the crowd. Where a PLUS sign appears with the grading symbol it indicates the property is above average in its category and just short of the next highest category.
PRESTIGE COLLECTION : for those who require the ultimate in luxury, the pleasure of attentive service and amenities of spectacular quality.
PLATINUM amongst the world's best hotels, open acclaimed, elegant, attractive and invariably in a prestigious us location
GOLD a deluxe hotel offering exemplary standards of accommodations, service and a wide range of facilities. Usually graded 5 star or 5 star deluxe locally.
SILVER usually a higher standard of modern hotel or an exceptionally well maintained older property. An above average hotel with some outstanding features. Usually graded 4 star deluxe or 5 star locally.
BRONZE very comfortable, unpretentious, excellent value and ideal for the more budget conscious client. Usually graded 4 star locally.
Travel in Style with a destination like India, where travel plans open involve a busy touring schedule, you will want to arrive refreshed and raring to go, so why not consider upgrading to a premium cabin, where you will benefit from greater comfort and space? Many airlines now offer a premium economy cabin – a separate cabin with a more comfortable armchair like seat and extra leg room. This is an extremely cost-effective way of making the journey more comfortable without breaking the bank. Business and first class travel usually offers seats which convert into a fully flat bed, a separate check-in, fast track through security and an extensive menu complemented with Champagne and fine wines. Our experienced travel advisors will be pleased to offer you advice and prices for upgrading your flights.
Climate in a country the size of India, it will come as no surprise, that the weather patterns vary enormously. In general, our summer coincides with the hottest weather in India. From March to May, the North Indian weather is hot and dry and temperatures can reach 40 – 45ºC whilst the south is more sultry and hot with temperatures a more bearable 27 – 29ºC. From June to September, the southwest monsoon sweeps the majority of the country and rainand high humidity dominate the weather. The most popular time to visit is between November and February when the weather is generally warm and sunny with temperatures around 15 – 20ºC in the north and above 20ºC in the south. Temperatures in the foothills of the Himalaya are, of course, much cooler year round and can drop to almost freezing in the winter.