Friday Giveaway: A 2200 mAh Powerbank

I have way too much stuff to giveaway, but hardly any time to get it over to you. But lets give it another shot. Lets get you started on the lines of a hit giveaway.

One of the necessities in today’s smartphone toting life is a continuous need to charge the phone. And being an iPhone user, I need it all the time. In fact, sometimes I need two to go through a day on the road.

Today’s goodie going away is a brand new red-colored 2200 mAh powerbank, which i picked up during my trip to Las Vegas for the BoardingArea conference. All you need to do, is to put in a comment below before 2359 IST tonight (28 November 2014).

Tell me what is your favourite hotel in India… leisure or business, and why you like it?

I will pick a winner tomorrow and send them the powerbank via courier in the next few days. Remember, I can only ship this around India, so do take part if you are based in India at the moment. Only one entry per person is allowed, and you should have a valid email address for me to be able to contact you.

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About Ajay Awtaney

Ajay is a financial services pro, working to bring order to the chaos of the financial industry on an everyday basis! Beyond that, he dons the hat of India's favourite frequent traveller, trying to help people elevate their travel experience via tips and tricks they never knew before, or introduce them to the world of miles and points. Armed with an MBA from MDI Gurgaon and graduate degree in computer science from the University of Delhi, Ajay brings a systematic and objective approach on the table for his audience in dissecting travel and loyalty programs in India and around the world, and how to benefit from them. Ajay has been quoted in various reputed traditional and online media including The Hindustan Times, Inside Flyer, Bloomberg, DNA India, Conde Nast Traveller, The Telegraph, Mumbai Mirror, Mint, MoneyLife and The USA Today.

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Comments

  1. I have not traveled extensively in India but have to choose the Lalit Ashoka in Bangalore for business because of the nice grounds and excellent service. In particular, I had an employee of the Hotel accompany me to the airport where he seemed to know all the police and airport staff so no hassle showing of itinerary to guards at the door, took me around the long lines up to an empty spot at the LH counter where a LH employee who seemed to know him came and opened a line just for me.

    I wish it was a Hilton or Marriott so I could get points but someone else was paying so…

  2. It would have to be Fortube Inn Exotica, Pune, one of the best hotels i ever stayed in. Their service was just great and impeccable. While we were there my friend twisted her ankle and by the time we got back to the hotel it was about 1 am. The staff when they saw my friend limping asked about it and no sooner hsd we reached the room,they sent a hot bag along with pain killers,relis spray and a bandage.We were astonished with their hospitality and swore that we would stay there only whenever we came back to Pune.

  3. Got one of these for my mom and she loves it. I have an Anker 4 cell pack that’s a bit large for daily use, excellent for travel though. Happy Black Friday!

  4. I would place Neemrana’s Verandah in the forest at Matheran as one of the best hotel as it provides complete solitude, away from any cable tv, mobile network with an amazing food with a colonial feel.
    Its truly a experience to stay there.

  5. Amanvana Spa Resort, Coorg, Karnataka. You get separate bungalow-type rooms, each with a big bathtub. The location is also away from the main city Madikeri, which keeps you away from the crowd, while still keeping you near the local attractions like coffee plantations

  6. Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai. It has wonderful views, excellent restaurants and service that makes guests feel really special.

  7. ITC’s Fortune Select , Lavasa.
    Is is nestled deep in the Sahyadri Mountains, around the 20 km long Warasgaon Lake. Contemporary decor along all with modern amenities is the reason why I like it. The 24 hours coffee shop is like icing on the cake

  8. ITC’s Fortune Select , Lavasa.
    Is is nestled deep in the Sahyadri Mountains, around the 20 km long Warasgaon Lake. Contemporary decor along all with modern amenities is the reason why I like it. The 24 hours coffee shop is like icing on the cake.

  9. well, i am a volunteer teacher here in barwadih, jharkhand. and there is a nice little family hotel here, clean, friendly, back up power generator, and even a tv. also a nice attached restaurant with truly authentic and delicious indian cuisine. it’s just called barwadih hotel. so it ain’t no marriot, it ain’t no ritz, and it sure ain’t got no glitz….but it sure is nice and local and suis my needs!

  10. Westin Garden city, Mumbai
    I feel this is one of THE best hotels in any city.
    Considering the size of rooms they offer in the base category itself.
    Plus their food and service is unmatchable.

  11. Hotel RainTree, St. Mary’s road,Chennai..an Eco hotel..best buffet(breakfas,lunch and dinner all), an amazing restaurant on the terrace called ‘Above Sea Level’ with amazing views of chennai..and right in the centre of the city

  12. Hotel RainTree, St. Mary’s road..an Eco hotel..best buffet(breakfas,lunch and dinner all), an amazing restaurant on the terrace called ‘Above Sea Level’ with amazing views of chennai..and right in the centre of the city

  13. A low budget hotel going by the name of ARYA NIWAS in Jaipur. Amazing vegetarian food. Cleanest sheets and towels. The entire property is spotless. The ambience is great and the location in the heart of Jaipur. lovely lawn. I have stayed in many hotels of all varieties all our the world ,but probably this is the one place that is closest to what I would like my home to be in all respects. A short stay will rejuvenate you.

  14. ITC Gardenia, Bangalore is my favourite leisure hotel in India. Their ITC One suites are well thought with a great view and come equipped with a fantastic massage chair. Also their club lounge happy hours serve delicious starters and cocktails. The Spa steam and sauna facilities are well maintained with helpful staff.

  15. DT Hilton, Goa.. was amazing value for money when it was 5k HHonours points(now 20k) for a award night. Had a wonderful stay.

  16. The Taj West End, Bangalore. Nothing to beat the feeling of open green spaces and the Taj hospitality in the middle of a busy city.

  17. ITC Maurya Delhi- personalized service, close to most city landmarks, and great food at any of the restaurants, especially Bukhara and Dum Pukht.

  18. The Oberoi, Mumbai – Awesome location, spacious rooms with modern amenities, stunning and serene sea view, friendly & polite staff, exceedingly delicious food (be Italian or Indian) at its restaurants. Its suitable for business as well as leisure.

  19. Royal Gardenia – Bangalore. The location is just perfect for both business and pleasure. Surrounded by great landmarks and malls to visit. Luxurious Lounges and great meeting arrangements.

  20. vivanta by Taj in Goa…
    Lovely property, was there this august..
    great service by staff who treat the hotel as their own and are very very proud about it..

  21. Barefoot, Havelock Island.. Amazing location in serene Havelock Island in Andamans.. Love the activities they offer and the service!!

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