Booking a Single Room
All of our group tours are planned and operated on a twin-share basis, meaning that the standard cost is based either on individual travellers sharing accommodation with another group member of the same sex, or people who book together sharing accommodation.
Please refer to the tour notes where the single room option availability is detailed on a night by night basis for this tour, and the price for the available nights is detailed on the dates & prices tab by departure date.
For Self-Guided trips the Single Room supplement offers the option of a single room each and is charged per person. The Single Room supplement also applies to the third person in a party of three that will be accommodated in a single room.
Light on your pocket but long on authentic experiences, these tours are based in simple, sometimes local-style accommodation. If your idea of adventure travel is to experience real, everyday life then you will enjoy our Standard style of tour. You will have the chance to stay at simple, family-run hotels and guesthouses where the lack of luxury is more than compensated for by the warm welcome and genuine insight into local life.
Treebo Citi International
Located off one of the busy main streets of Delhi and near to Karol Bagh shopping area, the Treebo Citi International is a good budget option for your stay in the city. Rooms are simple yet comfortable and have complementary Wi-Fi. The hotel has a restaurant serving reasonably-priced local food.
This hotel is fantastically located, just one kilometre from the awe-inspiring Taj Mahal. The hotel’s facilities include a swimming pool, bar and restaurant, and a full service spa.
This small boutique hotel dates back to the 19th century and is centrally located in Jaipur. Each room has its own individual character, featuring many original pieces of furniture. There is a dining room and an outdoor swimming pool.
Raj Vilas Palace
The building which is now the Raj Vilas Palace dates back to the 19th century and while being renovated and converted into a hotel, it has maintained its splendour and elegance. The interiors show the character of the original era and mix comfort with modern facilities. There is an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant.
This charming hotel overlooks Jaisalmer fort on one side and the desert on the other, making it an ideal and quiet base for exploring the area. Rooms have lovely touches and character with wooden furniture, local fabrics and cosy, cushioned bay windows.
Conveniently situated in a central location the Lord's Inn offers comfortable accommodation. Rooms are modern in design with Wi-Fi. access The hotel has a restaurant serving Indian and international dishes, a cocktail bar, rooftop swimming pool and small fitness centre.
Ghanerao Royal Castle
Ghanerao Royal Castle is a magnificent showcase of marble and red sandstone Rajput architecture built in 1606 that serves as the home of the royal family who still reside here. There is a nostalgic air of past glory and of the royal lifestyle that the Thakurs led. The castle has a small number of beautiful rooms, each with their own seating area or verandah. A recent developing project of the museum is under away, where you can see the old elephant hodas and palkis which were used by the rulers when elephants and horses were the only means of travel.
Hotel Mewargarh Palace
This charming hotel offers simple yet comfortable guest rooms, each decorated with colourful Indian fabrics and bedding, and with access to complimentary Wi-Fi. Hotel Mewargarh Palace boasts a rooftop restaurant offering views out over the city and serves local and international dishes. The hotel is located within easy walking distance of the City Palace.
On Premium level tailor-made tours you will stay at comfortable mid-range hotels, chosen for their location, ambiance or local character. Your rooms will be clean and well-appointed, with en suite bathrooms and air-conditioning or heating as necessary. Premium level hotels normally have restaurants, bars and often other amenities such as a swimming pool and gardens, offering a good level of comfort at a reasonable price.
Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar
Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar is located in West Delhi a short distance from the city centre, and within close proximity to the metro station. The hotel is a large property, modern and business-like in its decor. There is an outside pool with views over the city, a spa, gym and a variety of restaurants to choose from.
Hotel Clarks Shiraz
Located just two kilometres from the Taj Mahal the Hotel Clarks Shiraz is a large property situated within almost eight acres of landscaped gardens. There are two restaurants, a coffee shop and a bar area offering a variety of cuisines plus an outdoor swimming pool and small spa for relaxation. A great combination of traditional and modern style this property offers a relaxed atmosphere and friendly and helpful staff.
Set approximately four kilometres from the centre of Jaipur, the Shahpura House is a heritage hotel featuring traditional Rajput architecture. This mid-sized property offers comfortable rooms with Wi-Fi access. The hotel has three dining options including a rooftop restaurant and a pool side snack bar. As well as an outdoor swimming pool there is an on site spa to help you relax.
Lalgarh Palace is an imposing, yet graceful, red sandstone building, with rooms set around beautiful landscaped gardens. Facilities include a swimming pool and tennis courts, and rooms are tasteful with mini-bar.
A luxurious heritage hotel, built in the style of Mughal architecture, this desert retreat lies two kilometres outside the walls of the main town en route to the sand dunes. The hotel offers contemporary facilities in peaceful surroundings with many of the rooms featuring balconies overlooking the grounds. Facilities include a swimming pool, health club, restaurant and bar.
Bal Samand Garden Retreat
This small heritage hotel has charming rooms, each with their own terrace, set among the estate’s gardens. The large garden restaurant offers international cuisine and other facilities include a pool, Ayurvedic health spa, coffee shop and bar.
Ghanerao Royal Castle
A magnificent showcase of marble and red sandstone Rajput architecture built in 1606 that serves as the home of the royal family who still reside here. There is a nostalgic air of past glory and of the royal lifestyle that the Thakurs led. The castle has a small number of beautiful rooms, each with their own seating area or verandah. A recent developing project of the museum is under away, where you can see the old elephant hodas and palkis which were used by the rulers when elephants and horses were the only means of travel.
The Lalit Laxmi Vilas Palace
The Lalit Laxmi Vilas Palace is a former guesthouse to prime ministers and princes. The hotel has been restored to reflect its history and also tell a little about Indian culture and local area. Rooms are extremely comfortable and there’s a restaurant offering al fresco dining and an open kitchen.