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The Insider’s Guide to 6 Different Types of Stays

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Author Bio: Shilpi Jain is the Founder and Editor of QuickGulp.com. She is a digital content creator and an expert in cyber law who aims at making significant differences along with enjoying while doing. Staunch disposition to write make her unique and separates her from a pool of digital writers. She loves to be creative and innovative by trying a generous mix of both tested and unexplored models with Zen-like calm and patience. Being a traveller by birth, she also loves to put travel stories into words. She believes creativity is linked with mental and physical health and is motivated towards healthy living.  

Travelling to new and different places gives us joy and circulates a different kind of energy in our body. But resting while travelling is also equally important and there enters the concept of staying at different places, may it be a lodge, a budget hotel, a luxury hotel or a resort, a home stay, cottage, treehouse, camp and many more.

Here are 6 different types of stays you must check in at least once in lifetime

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These high-end hotels that provide their guests many facilities, right from regular toiletries to hard drinks and snacks which are often included in the room cost and at times charged when you use the product. Staying in such places give your mood a bounce and you feel pampered. These stays are surely hard on your pockets but definitely soothing and relaxing.  

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These are mini rooms with all essential requirements important for a stay they are generally not loaded with facilities as luxury stays provide but give you a relaxing stay. Shells, local artefacts and painting are the important part of their interiors. 

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Resorts are another type of luxurious properties that one must visit once in a lifetime. They offer all type of world class amenities and makes you feel like home. Spa, garden, swimming pool and big open space are part of resort properties. 

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Cottages are comfortable and pocket-friendly stays that offer you a good experience. They have small rooms with basic amenities and are generally easily connected to the city. These don’t have pools or gym but are good for budget travellers. 

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Homestay is quite a new concept that has surfaced in the hospitality industry. Here you get to rent a room in someone’s house or at times people offer their entire property for guests. These stays usually offer you an access to a kitchen, washing machine etc. Some homestay owners provide home cooked meals to their guests. 

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Tented accommodations are not easily found but give you a totally different staying experience. They can be of temporary or permanent nature depending upon the location they are in. Like Pangong lake in Ladakh have temporary tents for tourists and travellers because of uninhabitable temperatures during winters but, places like Nubra Valley, Rishikesh, Panna and many more have permanent tents installed for guests.


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