Looking to getaway from Delhi? For work or just a relaxing holiday? Well here are 3 stylish boutique hotels properties that would be fit for all kinds of travellers looking for that perfect home away from home! 

1. 28 Kothi, Jaipur

More like a stylish homestay, 28 kothi is a bungalow in the posh locality of civil lines, Jaipur. With its Modern-Indian decor and interiors, 28 Kothi is most suited for a longer stay. The common areas are a garden with plenty marigold flower pots and cushioned furniture to laze around. You'll love the library, located next to two big windows and a good collection of magazines, coffee table books and fiction. The living room with basket weave and ikat furniture can be perfect for an evening with music and wine!

The property has 5 rooms perfect for a family to fully occupy. The staff is super friendly and helpful in arranging for activities, sightseeing, local transport and also act as a guide for you. Jaipur is most fun when visiting from September to March with tons of exciting events and the Kothi is most enjoyed in winters! 

Book Here | http://www.28kothi.com

2. Abode, Mumbai

Located just behind the Regal Cinema before Colaba causeway, Abode is a hidden gem. A boutique property with 11 rooms, Abode is located right above Cafe Le 15 which is open till midnight incase one wants a late night coffee. The facade of this hotel is done up in a colonial Parsi wooden window style which we particularly loved! The entrance is quite kitsch with a small shop for designer goodies, a reception with a cafe and a library. 

Your immediate thoughts would be very homelike and cozy. Most of the furniture is sourced from vintage flea markets and are put together very aesthetically. Some of the things that caught my attention were a wall stacked with Parle-G biscuits which was very Indian and adds to the graphical element in the design of this place. The rooms are all different from each other with some that has an open bath. I enjoyed little details that added to the experience like the ikat eye mask and jute flip flops, a small paper guide with suggestions of nearby cafes and shops, and earplugs kept next to a copper water jar! Overall the space is very personalised and can be appreciated by a design lover and boho traveller. 

Book Here |  http://abodeboutiquehotels.com

3. Villa Shanti, Pondicherry

Hidden behind a french facade, this 200 year old house located in the old town is also known as the french quarter of Pondicherry. A walk away from the promenade, this villa makes for a peaceful yet charming getaway. Contemporary in  style, the hotel has comfortable and minimally designed rooms with a popular restaurant and a cafe bar. Influences from colonial architecture married to modern Indian aesthetics can be seen in basket weaves, teak wood, cotton block printed textiles that offer a simple and serene environment with many indoor plants.

Local handicrafts from Auroville and organic food items are offered in the shop maintaining a great artistic sensibility. The staff is very welcoming and friendly and also plays the role of local guides from time to time! 

Book Here | http://www.lavillashanti.com/

Long weekend, summers or winters, these hotels can make any holiday worth it!