Hotels in pondicherry for dating
Nearby Les Hibiscus hotel offers large rooms overflowing with antiques and bric-a-brac, red marble floors and whirling overhead fans giving this small hotel a true .
The property has been lovingly renovated in cooperation with an India government heritage group and offers free Wi Fi, but no television and is not child friendly.
Much of the city’s French colonial past remains miraculously intact and the city boasts the best collection of colonial French heritage buildings in the world.
Not surprising, it is also home to a large expatriate community.
Most of the new additions have slipped into sensitively restored old French-era mansions. Thamimul Ansari who works at the Keys hotel in Chennai, says Pondicherry is developing into a niche destination for travellers seeking a cultural and historical travel experience.
“A lot of small art décor, boutique are in the pipeline which will evolve Pondicherry as place of art and architecture,” he says.
The South Indian city’s marketing slogan “Give Time a Break” could be interpreted as “Give us a Miss”.Plan to spent three or four relaxing days exploring the city, dining and shopping at boutiques such as those in La Maison Rose – a lovingly preserved colonial house on Romain Rolland Street with more than a faint scent of Provence. Smart Travel Asia accepts no responsibility for content on linked websites or any viruses or malicious programs that may reside therein.In the neighbourhood is Fabindia with a wide-range of well-designed cotton clothing, bedspreads, furniture and shoes. The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage. Linked website content is neither vetted nor endorsed by Smart Travel Asia. By way of explanation, the guidebooks tell you that the French established this port town on the Bay of Bengal in 1674 as a stopover for French traders on the way to more important markets in Indochina.Over the centuries the town was caught in a colonial ping-pong match changing hands between the French, Dutch and British with the French coming out victorious in the battle of ownership.