Holi 2024: Hotels and Resorts Roll Out Special Packages for the Festival Weekend

Holi 2024: Hotels and Resorts Roll Out Special Packages for the Festival Weekend

Udaipur is gearing up to welcome tourists...

 
Holi Celebration in Udaipur

As the vibrant festival of Holi draws near, hotels and resorts across Udaipur are gearing up to welcome tourists with a range of special packages. With Holi falling on a three-day long weekend this year, from March 24 to March 26, 2024, the tourism industry is keen on extending the festivities and encouraging longer stays.

Recently, leading online travel portal, Travel Triangle unveiled the list of the top 10 cities in India for celebrating Holi, with Udaipur securing the 9th Position. Apart from Udaipur, Jaipur is also considered as one of the top destinations for celebrating Holi in India. 

Offering packages priced between Rs 14,000 to Rs 22,000 per person, these deals encompass a variety of experiences including the traditional Holika Dahan, colour celebrations, comfortable stays and sumptuous food, catering to the festive spirit of both domestic and international visitors.

The celebration packages, enriched with DJ music, refreshing drinks, and gourmet food, have already started to attract bookings. Kumbhalgarh, known for its scenic beauty and historical significance, is witnessing a particular interest from tourists, with 80% of the bookings coming from Gujarati visitors.

Rakesh Chaudhary, the Secretary of the Hotel Association of Southern Rajasthan, highlighted the trend where domestic tourists are showing a preference for resorts seeking more personal space, while international tourists are drawn to the hotels in the Old City, craving an authentic local experience. According to Chaudhary, group bookings by foreign tourists are on the rise. 

Currently, 40% of the accommodations in the Old City's hotels have been booked, with expectations of a further increase as the festival approaches. Meanwhile, resorts are also seeing a steady rise in interest, with bookings reaching up to 30%, predominantly from states like Gujarat, Delhi and Maharashtra. 

Source: Dainik Bhaskar

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