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Pune is the perfect example of a currently booming Indian city that still has the charm and atmosphere of the small town it was a few decades ago. With its rich history and plentiful tourism, especially from foreign students, the places to stay are in a very wide range.
Most of the action in the city happens in either the areas around Koregaon Park or Senapati Bapat road. With Pune’s very limited public transport, getting from your hotel in one part of city to another, although not expensive, can be quite cumbersome. Pune hotels are largely grouped around the Viman Nagar area where 4 and 5-star chain luxury hotels are almost lined down only one street, most of which fall in the range of 6000 to 14000 INR. The business hub of Hinjewadi IT Park is also bustling with plush hotels that fit into the idea of luxury hotels.
Finding an AirBnb in areas like Koregaon Park is a good idea, since it will give you an idea of the local culture, for as cheap as 1000 INR per night. Although, AirBnB is a new concept for Pune, it is gaining more and more popularity.
Resorts in Pune are not really in the city, but few can be found in the nearby area of Mulshi Dam and Saswad. Excellent views, top-notch amenities and seclusion from the city’s hustle-bustle make it perfect for a leisure stay in Pune.
Surprisingly, the cheapest hotels in Pune are available in and around the city centre. Shivajinagar and Pune Railway Station are perfect for extremely cheap lodges. These options can cost as little as 200 INR but should really be checked out first for amenities and cleanliness. For mid-range, decent budget hotels, Erandawane is a recommended area.