The UP government has decided to allow all heritage-value properties to be converted into hotels
The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to allow all heritage-value properties to convert into hotels. Under its tourism policy, all heritage properties in the state that were built before 1950 can operate as hotels.
Officials say that this is to meet the growing demand of young travellers who are increasingly looking for fancier experiences while travelling. This means there are chances you might find a fancy Rajasthani-style haveli right in Noida where you can put up instead of travelling elsewhere for the weekend.
According to the policy, all forts, palaces, castles, havelis or bungalows that were built before 1950 and have been deemed as significant in terms of architecture by the state government or archaeological authorities will be allowed to operate their properties as hotels. More>>