Luxury Villas in Lonavala

Lohono in Lonavala!

December 13, 2019

Lohono Stays’ prime services are now in the favourite hill station, Lonavala. Be pampered by Lohono’s hospitality and live in the comfort of our villas in Lonavala showcasing the best of allure and charm. Lohono homes are adorned with its signature aesthetics, unique designs and world-class amenities. Your stay here is sure to be an unforgettable one.


Private Bungalow in Lonavala

Lonavala is a renowned hill station located in the west, adjoining Mumbai and Pune. It is surrounded by lush greenery and offers pleasant weather, making your drive scenic and refreshing. Monsoon is the best time to visit this hill station to witness some beautifully flowing dams, followed by winter to enjoy the cold breeze. At the height of 2,047 feet from sea level and sprawling over 38 square kilometre of land, Lonavala offers the perfect getaway from the noise of the city.  


Top-notch services

Renting with us not only means staying in an impeccably-styled home away from home. It also comes with a warm and thoughtful team that works intuitively to make your holiday picture-perfect. From organizing your travel to laying the cosiest bed, setting up the perfect barbecue night in the backyard or an early morning yoga class, advising you on the best of locations around or pampering you with luxury in house, Lohono Stays does it all for you. All you have to do is arrive! Experience Lohono’s home-style service in our luxury villas in Lonavala.

Local experiences

Beautiful sceneries in Lonavala

Lonavala has lush natural beauty, historic sites like the Lohadgad and Rajmachi forts and even caves like Karla and Bedsa dating back to 60 BC. Foodies should attempt a trail of Maharashtrian street food through the main town. Gupta Sweet Home serves lip-smacking Vada Pav with the famous gunpowder chutney. Buvachi Misal is an authentic take on the crispy, spicy Maharashtrian snack and Annapurna has pitla bhakri (the staple diet of local farmers) which is a spicy gram flour curry eaten with local bread and spicy thecha chutney. You must visit Kune Falls–a three-tiered waterfall with a total height of 200 metres and has the gorgeous Khandala Valley as a backdrop. The lesser-known Kataldhar Falls roar with the force of the water but can only be reached by trekking through the valley. There’s also a reverse waterfall in the monsoon where the water flows backwards instead of down. You can also devour in Lonavala’s famous chikki and chocolate fudge, available throughout the hill station. 

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