Awash with greenery, with streams and ponds scattered through the grounds, this luxury resort brings award-winning architecture of the Mughal Empire to Agra, the home of the Taj Mahal. Just 15 minutes away from the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort, you can enjoy modern luxury within close reach of two of India’s most famous sights. Reenergise with a visit to the well-equipped gym or visit Kaya Kalp – The Royal Spa, the largest spa in India and the most decadent way to spend your time. Choose from an exotic menu of treatments from a concoction of blended oils and Indian spices to massage the skin and scrubs made of pomegranate and lemon to exfoliate and refresh. Visit the Royal Mughal Hammam for guided meditation or calming and restorative Ayurvedic treatments.
Sample homemade Indian breads and the famous Dal Bukhara (black lentil dal) at Peshawri restaurant or enjoy fine buffet dining at Taj Bano. The Bagh-e-Bahar lounge is a stylish hangout for drinks with views of the Mughal-style gardens, while Maikhana is an adults-only bar for you to while away the evening with the bar's signature Great Mughal Martini. All rooms are designed in contemporary style with comfortable beds and deep soaking tubs for absolute relaxation. Royal Mughal Suites spill out to a separate living area for plenty of space and for an unbounded regal experience, the Grand Presidential Suites have king-size beds, a plunge pool and in two of these suites there is a private massage room with Jacuzzi.
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Mr & Mrs Rubens - India Holiday
We arrived home yesterday after an amazing trip. Certainly not a restful holiday, but a very memorable experience. I am just writing to say how impressed we were with all the travel arrangements. At every stage, your local representatives were FAULTLESS. We were given every assistance, wherever we were, from the moment we arrived to the second we left. Your guides were extremely knowledgeable and…
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