Imperial Hotel, New Delhi
This Delhi landmark built in 1933, is located on Janpath, & close to Connaught
Place. The hotel has been recently renovated with non -fussy period furniture
that evokes the British Raj & offers Neo - Victorian furnishings &
paintings. The hotel offers some of the best eating joints in the town. The
Coffee Shop 1911 offers sumptuous lunch buffet spreads in its lawns during
Taj Mahal, Delhi
This jazzy hotel crackles with life - too much life for some visitors. The best
rooms are on the upper floors & overlook the pools. The Hotel has special
floors for business traveler & offers secretarial services for same. The
lobby is done up in bright Rajasthani style ceramics mounted on a wall &
set in sealing domes.
Amar Vilas Palace, Agra
Only 600 metres from the Taj Mahal, stands the Oberoi Groups's luxury spa resort.
All 106 rooms of this modern spa resort offer an unmatched views of the Taj
Mahal - Poetry in Marble. The rooms have elegantly appointed interiors with
Teakwood flooring & finest hand - crafted furniture. The spacious marble
bathrooms have separate shower stalls.
Raj Vilas Palace, Jaipur
This spa resort is spread over 30 acres of orchards, gardens, fountains &
a haveli that houses an ayurvedic spa. Rooms are arranged around courtyards
& there is a villa with a private lounge pool also. This swanky resort has
its own helipad also. Jaipur is famous for its semi- precious stones & elephant
ride at 15th Century Amer fort Palace.
Samode Palace, Jaipur
In a narrow valley between red & green hills, 28 miles from Jaipur, this
18th century palace, built in the shadow of a small fort, the Samode Palace
towers over its little village. The palace has splendidly painted & enameled
public rooms, including a grand 250 year old audience hall now used for gala
Fort Rajwada, Jaisalmer
Located in 20 acres of land, this princely home has an interior decor, created
by the genius of renowned opera set designer, Ms Stephenie Engeln. Located in
the midst of great Thar desert, the 65 -rooms & 4 royal suites are done
up in traditional Rajasthani culture, & have modern facilities like Central
Air-conditioning, Swimming Pool, multi- cuisine restaurants, health club, etc.,
Taj Hari Mahal, Jodhpur
Set amidst six acres of landscaped gardens, the hotel makes lavish use of exquisite
marble in an architectural style, which harmoniously bends an Old World charm
with contemporary elegance. The grand lobby leads on to our restaurants, which
range in decor and ambience from a coffee shop to a lounge bar, a Verandah Cafe,
a Specialty Chinese Restaurant with two private dining rooms attached, and a
24-Hour room service.
Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur
This magnificent pink sandstone palace, built in the 1930s in the art deco style
of colonial India is perhaps the grandest of the palace hotels of Rajasthan.
Its also home to the current Jodhpur Maharaja. The public rooms are lavish &
filled with objects de art. Many of the rooms, though not opulent, have period
Lake Palace, Udaipur
This 250 -year old marble Palace Hotel sits like a vision in Lake Pichola. The
interior public rooms are elegant. If you want regal surroundings, opt for a
suite; All other rooms have contemporary decor, Most rooms offer lake views,
though some have the views of the Lily Pond or the Courtyard. Don`t miss a ride
on Gangaur Boat, a wooden barge where you can take meals.
Udai Vilas, Udaipur
Due to open in August 2002, this luxury spa resort is located on the famous
Pichola Lake & has been designed as a traditional Rajasthani palace. The
resort is set in 30 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, decorative fountains
& pavilions, giving it a genuine Rajasthani ambience. Most of the guest
rooms have uninterrupted views of the Pichola Lake & the City Palace.
Laxmi Niwas, Bikaner
Airport - 240 km, Railway Station - 2 km, Bus Stand - 1 km.
31 Luxury Suites.
Bagh Resort, Bharatpur
The Bagh is a heritage hotel set in 12 acres two hundred year-old garden in
Bharatpur Rajasthan, it is located just four hours away from major destinations
such as Delhi, Jaipur and Gwalior. The Bagh offers visitors an opportunity to
experience quiet luxury near Keoladeo Ghana National Park, one of the most famous
bird sanctuaries in the world. The hotel's fourteen rooms are located in three
different residential complexes.
Laxmi Vilas, Bharatpur
6 km from Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, 56 km from Agra and 189 km from Jaipur and
187 km from Delhi.
Pushkar Resort, Pushkar
Puskar Resorts provides an ambience of peace and tranquility, after the heat,
dust and crowds during a hectic tour of Rajasthan. The Resort in Pushkar is
family managed whose warmth, hospitality and personal care will make your stay
an occasion to remember.
Vanya Vilas, Ranthambhore
This Oberoi Groups` luxury spa resort, located adjacent to the famous Ranthambhor
Tiger Reserve, is the first luxury jungle resort in India. The Resort consists
of luxury air conditioned tents, located discretely so as to ensure maximum
privacy. The tents, restaurants, bar, etc., occupy only 5% of the Site, thus
maintaining its natural beauty.
Aman I Khas, Ranthambore
Aman-i-Khas (combining aman, or “peace”, in Sanskrit, and khás,
or “special”, in Urdu and Hindi) is a six-tent wilderness camp near
Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan, India. The camp opened in November
Khajuraho was once the capital of the Chandela Rajputs of Bundelkhand. It is
home to the world famous 10th century Khajuraho temples. These temples represent
some of the most exquisite specimens of medieval Hindu architecture and sculpture
in the country.
Taj Ganges, Varanasi
On the banks of the sacred river Ganges, Benares is one of India's most important
pilgrimage sites and the holiest of holy cities for Hindus. Known also as Kashi
and Varanasi, Benares is one of the world's oldest learning & culture for
well over 2000 years.
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