Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur
Situated in the middle ofPichola and built in 1746, is built with marble and features majestic architecture. It offers a full spa at Jiva Spa and customised programmes including site-specific yoga sessions. It has breathtaking views of the , Aravalli and Machla Magra hills, and Jag Mandir. Rooms come with butler service.
For alocal , the hotel offers guided heritage walks, astrology sessions and cultural shows. Leisure facilities include a 24-hour fitness centre and a hot/cold spa pool. There is also a shopping arcade, games room and business centre. Guests can take a and know all the details about the .
Taj Lake Palace boasts rooms with beautifully carved wooden furniture and luxurious silk fabrics. Offering garden or lake views, each room has a flat-screen TV and DVD player. The private bathroom comes with a bathtub, Forest Essential toiletries and shower.
Offering views of the lily pond and a traditional ambience, Neel Kamal is a fine-dining dinner-only restaurant that serves authentic flavours of theof Udaipur, the North West Frontier and other Indian delights. Bhairo is a that treats you to European cuisines. Jharokha that overlooks the Lake Pichola is an all-day dining restaurant. Amrit Sagar Bar offers a selection of cigars, sheeshas and wines. The offers private dining in settings with handcrafted menus.
The hotel is just 0.6 miles from the city centre. It is 2.5 miles from Udaipur Railway Station and 16.2 miles from Maharana Pratap Airport
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