Which hotel in India’s biggest city is the cheapest?

A hotel in Chatham, the Indian capital, is the most expensive in the world.

The price tag is $4,849 per night.

And this is for a four-star hotel.

The price of a four star hotel in the Indian city of Mumbai is $6,000 per night, according to the hotel company.

The cheapest hotel in Mumbai is a three-star, with a $2,100 per night rate.

The hotel’s website says it has been providing quality and affordable hospitality for over 20 years.

It says its rooms are clean, well equipped, comfortable and spacious.

But it says it is currently operating on a ‘voluntary’ basis and the owner of the hotel says it does not have a fixed price.

It is the hotel’s second-most expensive hotel in terms of room rate.

A five-star resort, the hotel in Bhiwani, Maharashtra, is also the most luxurious.

A four-story hotel in Vasant Kunj, the capital of Uttar Pradesh state, has a three star rate.

The hotel’s owner says it only charges a one-time fee for guests.

A hotel’s owners has a duty of care to make sure that the guests are treated as guests and not as an overnight guest, the website says.

“The owners of hotels have a duty to ensure that the accommodation is as clean as possible.

And they have a responsibility to make rooms comfortable, to ensure cleanliness, to maintain a cleanliness in the rooms,” the website reads.

It’s not clear if the hotel has a fixed or voluntary rate.