Top 5 Floating Hotels in India

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This is summer time and all of us require a cool place for outing. For this, I think a floating hotel will be ideal. Other than the luxurious staying and delicious foods what you can get here are a stunning view of the water and some cool breeze. Here is a list of India’s top floating hotels which you can check out this summer.

Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

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It is the most famous floating hotel in India and is a precious property of the Taj group situated on the serene waters of Lake Pichola. It is also one of the luxurious hotels that have hosted some world famous people. It was the venue of the shooting of Octopussy in 1983 starring Roger Moore.

The hotel covered 4 acres area and it has 83 suites for guests to relax in by the lily pond.

The Floatel, Kolkata

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A luxurious feather on the cap of the city of joy, situated on the jetty of the Hooghly River off Strand Road, this hotel incorporates a nautical feel as this is built like a ship. The hotel is centrally located and offers views of the iconic Howrah Bridge of Kolkata as well as life along a river that built a great city.

AB Celestial, Mumbai

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It is a 3 storey yacht which is docked at the Maritime Board Jetty near Worli Sea Link and can accommodate 660 guests at a time. It has a sky deck which offers a panoramic view of Mumbai and the Arabian Sea.

Mumtaz Palace Houseboat, Srinagar

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It is the traditional houseboat of Kashmir started when the British residents converted them into luxurious options for accommodation on the Dal Lake. The houseboat has 4 rooms or two rooms and is equipped with modern facilities to make the guest feel at home.

Poovar Island Resort, Trivandrum

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The resort has 12 floating cottages on the water off the island. These are inspired by local architectural and decor styles with thatched roofs and wickerwork furniture. The specialties of this resort are ayurvedic treatments to heal and relax the mind and soul.

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