Financially India suits all pockets and there is an array of accommodation choices from simple and inexpensive hotels, to luxurious five star spa resorts. Tariffs vary, and air conditioned rooms cost more than rooms with fan, but are worth every single rupee in the very hot months. Credit cards are accepted in middle and top-end hotels but it is best to have cash available in budget accommodation.
Many hospitals offer package deals for medical tourists which include a choice of accommodation within the hospital - from top class luxury to standard class. If you’re planning on holidaying after your treatment then for a twin bed or double room in a traditional hotel expect to pay around £10 per night, including breakfast. In major cities such as Delhi, Mumbay, Bangalore and Chennai expect to pay around £45-£60 per night including breakfast in a three star hotel, and £80 upwards in a four or five star establishment.
Some of the top end hotels in India include swanky chains like Taj, Hyatt, Oberoi and Welcomegroup which are luxurious and well run, but if you are interested in getting a real flavour of India you might want to consider a 'Homestay'. This is a paying guest house scheme where you can stay (rent accommodation) with a local family and is an authentic and interesting introduction to the culture, food and traditions of India.
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