Interesting trends from its ‘Romance’ survey with 1682 respondents from India were also shared. The findings revealed that most Indians believe romantic holidays are ‘critical’ in today’s relationships.
As per the findings, as many as 95% of the respondents are partial to romantic holidays – a majority, 65%, believe such holidays are a must to keep the spark in a relationship alive; another 30% say taken once in a while such holidays augur well for relationships. A negligible percentage of the respondents dismiss the notion of romantic holidays altogether as ‘over-hyped’ and ‘more of an indulgence’.
“Valentine’s Day is one more reason for a couple to spend quality time with each other. The fact that 95% respondents to our Romance survey believe strongly in romantic getaways, augurs well for relationships in general. A great ambiance is an important part of a romantic holiday and the hotels on this list offer the perfect setting for couples to enjoy this special day.”
Region wise spread of the hotels:
North (13): Taj Lake Palace-Udaipur, Wildflower Hall-Mashobra, The Oberoi Udaivilas-Udaipur, The Oberoi Vanyavilas-Sawai Madhopur, Hotel Pleasant Haveli-Jaisalmer, Taj Rambagh Palace-Jaipur, The Leela Palace-Udaipur, The Oberoi Rajvilas-Jaipur, Umaid Bhawan Palace-Jodhpur, The Oberoi Amarvilas-Agra, Ratan Vilas-Jodhpur, Royal Heritage Haveli-Jaipur, Amanbagh Resort-Ajabgarh
South (7): Old Harbour Hotel-Kochi, Kaiya House-Varkala, Sajhome-Kochi, Vivanta by Taj-Kumarakom, Tissa's Inn-Kochi, Taj Falaknuma Palace-Hyderabad, The Tamara Coorg-Yavakapadi Village
East (1): Barefoot at Havelock-Havelock Island
West (4): Bougainvillea Guest House-Candolim, Pousada Tauma-Calangute, Casa Severina-Calangute, The Leela Goa-Cavelossim