The phenomenal hotel that is spread over 50 acres of land on the bank of Lake Pichola, Udaipur. This infrastructure is standing on the Two-Century-old hunting grounds from the time of Maharana of Mewar. The resort offers an experience to last a lifetime. It just doesn't have amenities but luxuries at its finest.
Taj Lake Palace – Udaipur:
A place where royalty themselves reside. Former home/ palace of Maharana Jagat Singh II (Royal Dynasty of Mewar). This place was known as the pleasure resort of the Maharana. The infrastructure spread over 4 acres of land. It sits in the heart of Lake Pichola on the island of Jag Niwas. It offers the best view of Aravalli Hills, City Palace and the Jag Mandir.
The Leela Palace – Udaipur:
A place like no other, standing on the banks of Lake Pichola. With great history and heritage, the place offers a glimpse of royal life to the guest abode. A place where grand is just a word and facilities are at the doorstep. This place gives the finest view of Aravalli Hills and the City Palace.
Taj Mahal Palace and Tower – Mumbai:
India's first luxury hotel, built originally in 1902. The hotel got closed after the 2008 terror attack but was re-open in 2010. Taj Mahal Palace is majestic and showcases grandiose. It spreads across 2.6 acres of land. It stands in the heart of Colaba, overlooking the Arabian Sea. This hotel is one of the best in the world., as it offers 9 enticing dining options and spa therapies.
Rambagh Palace – Jaipur:
Rajasthan houses many great structures. They not only display the beauty of themselves but also of the place. One such structure is Rambagh Palace. It was built in the year 1835. It showcases the royal heritage that resides in Rajasthan. It is the former home to Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and his Queen Gayatri Devi. It stands upon 48 acres of land and is said to be the largest hotel in Rajasthan.
Umaid Bhawan Palace – Jodhpur:
A place that is the perfect blend of past and present. This palace stands proudly in the centre of Chittar Hills (highest in Jodhpur). It covers an area of 26 acres and is rated as the sixth largest private residence across the globe. It was a former residence of the Jodhpur royal family. It is also separated into 3 parts – the royal residence, the museum and the luxury hotel. This place offers one of the best Indian and European delicacies and exotic dining areas.
The Oberoi Amarvilas – Agra:
Taj Mahal is often said to be the symbol of love and the place that houses Taj Mahal doesn’t disappoint too. In the heart of Agra with the perfect view of the Taj Mahal, and just 600 metres away is the iconic Amarvilas, with its Mughal-Style Infrastructure and architecture. It hasn’t been renovated since it opened in the 2000s.
The Oberoi Rajvilas – Jaipur:
A place offering fine hospitality and located in the heart of the Pink City – Jaipur, Rajasthan. This place is spread over 32 acres of landscape gardens and is housing a 280-years-old temple of lord Shiva. The structure got its resemblance from the typical Forts of Rajasthan. There are 71 plush rooms, tents and villas that are made with such fineness that shows the attention it receives.
Taj Falaknuma Palace – Hyderabad:
Previously the private home of the Paigah Family, Falaknuma is the piece of eloquence. Starting its history from 1884, with some relevance in 1897, this European style home was restored and renovated in the year 2010. This property treasures 6 dining options. The Taj Falaknuma Palace has 60 elegant rooms and suites that offer perfect views of the courtyard.
Park Hyatt – Goa:
A place known as one of the finest in the country, sitting proudly in the lush greenery of 45 acres of landscape near the Arossim Beach. This is the first Hyatt Hotel in the country, introduced in 2003. In 2012, the Conde Nast Traveller gave this hotel the title of Favourite Leisure Hotel in India. The property has 250 air-conditioned rooms and suites which come with a private balcony.