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Udai Vilas Palace
legendary palace standing on a peaceful island "Bramhapuri" on the
western Banks of Pichola Lake, Overlooking the magnificent city palace. The
oldest jagdish Temple ,Bathing Ghats and Embankments. West Zone culture Center
of India which happens to be historical Bagore ki haveli is also situated on
the opposite ghat.
Beautiful balconies with a commanding view of ancient city and serene waters
of Pichola Lake. The rooms have oriental furniture and decor befitting a palatial
abode. Relax in calm and beautiful surrounding. This is the right place for
the lovers of Nature. Those who dream of living in paradise on Earth must visit
us and see the divine and enchanting lake Pichola and the heritage city.
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. The hotel is in ideal base from which to explore the fabled 16th
century town of Udaipur. Also called Venice of the East.
The Oberoi Group's new luxury resorts, located on the famous Pichola Lake, has
been designed as a traditional Rajasthani Palace. The resort is set in thirty
acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, decorative fountains and pavilions,
giving it a genuine Rajasthani ambience.
Many of the guest rooms have uninterrupted views of the Pichola Lake and City
30 kms from the Airport, 15 kms from the Railway Station
has 87 rooms. 63 Deluxe, 19 Superior Deluxe, 4 Deluxe Suites and 1 Kohinoor
Suite. All rooms are in excess of 550 square feet.
All rooms feature a personal bar, tea and coffee maker, telephone with data
port, satellite television, compact disc and digital video player and an electronic
Spacious and elegantly appointed, the Deluxe rooms are over 600 square feet
in area. The rooms are stately and opulent with the added convenience of state
of the art amenities. The large marble bathrooms have Victorian free standing
bathtubs, shower stalls separate from the bathtubs, and overlook private walled
Deluxe Rooms with semi-private pools
Combining the grace and luxury of a bygone era with modern amenities, these
rooms have a swimming pool running along their private terraces, overlooking
the lake and palaces. Some overlook a conservatory that houses Indian spotted
deer, wild boar and peacock. The luxurious marble bathrooms have Victorian style
freestanding bathtubs and overlook private walled courtyards.
Luxury Suite with pool
All Luxury Suites occupy an area of 1,150 square feet each. The private swimming
pools and finely appointed interiors make these Suites a haven of luxury. Enjoy
romantic al-fresco dining by the pool in the evening. The bathrooms are large
and luxurious, with Victorian style freestanding bathtubs.
The majestic Presidential Suite occupies an area of 2,650 square feet. Luxuriate
in the opulent interiors of this royal retreat. With two bedrooms, the Kohinoor
Suite also features two working fireplaces.
Recreation & Leisure:
large swimming pools, heated during the winter.
Library offering a selection of books, music and video discs.
The professionally run non-clinical Spa has private therapy
suites. An Oasis of tranquility, a sanctuary where you can balance mind, body
and soul. A selection of treatments ranging from Ayurveda to Aromatherapy.
Services & Facilities:
24 hour Butler Service, Baby sitting, Beauty Salon, Boat Rides, Boutique, Currency
exchange, Complimentary, Limousine transfer to and from airport, Daily Fruit
Basket and Newspaper, In Room Dining, Laundry, Limousine Rental, SPA, Library
offering movies and audio CDs
Air Conditioning, Computer Data Point, DVD Player, Cordless Telephone, Electronic
Safe, Electric Shaver Socket, Hair Dryer, International Direct Dial, Minibar,
Plush Bathrobes and Slippers, Tea Coffee Making Facility, Telephone in Bathroom,
Restaurants and Bar
The main dining room, offers Continental and Asian cuisines. It is open for
breakfast lunch and dinner. The courtyard adjoining the restaurant is the perfect
setting for al fresco dining. Gas torches cast a sense of drama over live performances
of music and dance in the evenings
Udaimahal - The Indian Restaurant
Udai Mahal, the specialty Indian restaurant, offers traditional Rajasthani and
North Indian cuisine and its special menu have been developed following
research in the traditional royal kitchens of Rajasthan. Udai Mahal is open
only for dinner. The domes over Udai Mahal represent the night sky and the Udaipur
cityscape. The vibrancy and richness of Indian and Rajasthani culture are reflected
in the blue, green and gold colour scheme.
The bar, warm and inviting with hand knotted carpets and comfortable seating,
offers a breathtaking view of the Lake Pichola and the City Palace. It offers
afternoon tea, a wide selection of international beverages and wines, cocktails,
coffees and cigars. Ideal for a relaxed evening, it has chess, backgammon, scrabble
and a collection of books on India and Rajasthan.
The ancient capital of sisodias, 3 Km from Udaipur, Ahar boasts
of a profusion of royal cenotaphs of the rulers of Mewar. A rare collection
of antiquities including earthen pots, iron objects and other art items excavated
in the region are displayed in a small Govt. museum.
Sajjan Garh :
Dominating the city's skyline is the monsoon palace of
sajjan Garh. It offers a panoramic overview of the city's lakes, palaces and
the surrounding countryside.
Gulab Bagh :
A spectacular rose Garden laid out by maharana Sanjjan Singh
A library in the garden has a rare collection of ancient handwritten manuscripts
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