This article discusses the rise in non-traditional hotel hospitality options in India, such as a 300-year-old house full of antiques where the owner drives guests in the country’s second-oldest car, and serviced apartments, offering the flexibility and freedom of a stay outside ‘a boring, mundane hotel room’.

It outlines the fact that Airbnb is a new entrant into the market and making slow but steady headway across a country where people are seeking experiences as much as cutting costs.

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