One-star Meets budget basic needs Economy, no-frills accommodations Simple accommodations Two-star Meets basic needs Value, clean, basic Value, comfortable, affordable Three-star High service, additional amenities Quality, style, comfort, personalized service Mid-scale, convenience plus comfort Four-star Superior property, variety of amenities Superior, upscale, high quality Deluxe/upscale, comfort plus quality Five-star Luxury setting, flawless guest services Finest hotels, luxury, superlative service, highest comfort standards Luxury, first-class services, well equipped and state of the art facilities You will find that a five star in India is VERY different from a five star in Canada or Europe unless you are into the chains that strive to keep the same quality up around the planet. Often with varying success. Resorts and hotels. They system is the same. I do not think there is much difference although resorts tend to be more casual in dress and more laid back but the quality of service and decor of equal level. Most actually advertise as resorts and hotels. over 6 years ago
What's the best place to visit in India at may and june (one month) taking into account high temperature at this time?
I ask you to visit the hill station. Munnar is one of the good tourist destinations in the Idukki district of Kerala. It is a small hill station and is so beautiful that it is sometimes called the Kashmir of South India. If you are planning to visit this pleasant hill station, 3-4 days are sufficient for comfortably visiting Munnar. http://focuztours.com/destination/munnar-tourist-attractions.html Some must visit places in Munnar are - - The old Christ Church in the town centre is small, cosy and charming with wonderful stained glass panels. - Mount Carmel is the oldest Roman Catholic Church in the region - Tea gardens - Thattekad Bird Sanctuary - Anamudi - Mattupetty Lake - Eravikulam Park - Elephant Lake You can visit these famous places on your tour of Munnar.. over 6 years ago