Luxe Unlimited: TV stars talk about the luxurious destinations they have ever traveled to

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A hidden gem or a paradise with unlimited luxury… isn’t that we all hanker for? Well, TheGlitz asked some popular TV stars about their most luxurious destination and this is what they said:

Deepali Pansare

Deepali Pansare
Deepali Pansare


The Lalit Goa Resort is a luxurious beachfront property located in South Goa, India. It’s known for its stunning architecture, lush greenery, and premium amenities. After my serial ‘Muskurane Ki Wajah ho’ ended, I desperately wanted to get away from the hustle and bustle of Mumbai, but my husband was busy. Luckily, my in-laws were in Mumbai, and they really felt I needed a breather, so they told me to go on a solo trip. …Because it was a solo trip to Goa, I chose The Lalit Goa as it’s the safest option. Additionally, they have a private beach.

Nitin Goswami

Nitin Goswami
Nitin Goswami


In my life, I have never been outside of India, and I have always been focused on my work. I love Mumbai because it’s my workplace. Even if my shoot takes me to small villages in UP or Haryana, I would still be happy because it’s my work.

Nitin Goswami

Recently, however, I went to Hong Kong, which was my first trip abroad, and it was one of my best experiences. In terms of growth and mentality, people are quite progressive. The cleanliness and the environment were very attractive. The food and the people, everything was amazing. I loved being there and enjoyed it a lot.

Anupama Solanki

Anupama Solanki
Anupama Solanki


In comparison to luxurious destinations, I find myself drawn to spiritual places. Recently, I had the opportunity to visit some profoundly significant sites such as the Ayodhya Ram Mandir, the holy town of Vrindavan, and the revered pilgrimage site of Vaishno Devi. Each of these destinations offered not just a journey of physical travel but also a profound spiritual experience. From the serene ambiance of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir to the vibrant atmosphere of Vrindavan, and the arduous yet fulfilling trek to Vaishno Devi, these spiritual journeys have left an indelible mark on my soul, enriching my life in ways that luxurious destinations simply cannot.

Megha Sharma

Megha Sharma
Megha Sharma


The most luxurious travel experience for me was the Europe trip I took in 2017, followed by a visit to Dubai in 2019. Both journeys were amazing. Dubai exudes luxury like no other place. During my European adventure, I visited Switzerland, France, and Austria. Paris was particularly mesmerizing. The LV showroom there epitomizes luxury like nothing else.

Angad Hasija

Angad Hasija
Angad Hasija


I’ve been to a lot of great places, but my favorite memory is staying at the Venetian Macao. The decoration and style matched my taste perfectly. I’m really into architecture and interior design, so I loved seeing it, especially since Victorian style is my favorite. I’ve been there 2-3 times. Another favorite is my place in Punjab, which my friends love visiting because it has an authentic touch and they always

Romiit Raaj

Romiit Raaj
Romiit Raaj


I would say my most luxurious experience was at The Oberoi Udaivilas. It was a family holiday, and we thoroughly enjoyed living like royalty. Everything was next level, from indulging in Mughlai cuisine to watching polo games and enjoying folk dances and songs.

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