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A Unique Journey of Togetherness

The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra presents ‘A Unique Journey of Togetherness’ in the shadows of the Taj Mahal, February 2009


12th February 2009: Located a few hundred meters from the Taj Mahal, The Oberoi Amarvilas in India offers a unique opportunity to savor luxurious surroundings and an ambience that is certain to create cherished moments in the shadow of the greatest monument to love.

Enjoy a Champagne Breakfast as dawn breaks over the dome of the Taj Mahal, awaken the senses with a couples’ spa treatment complete with a calming flower bath, renew your vows over a candle-lit dinner on the privacy of your terrace, with a moonlit Taj Mahal as backdrop and culminate the day with candles, flowers, fragrances and a rose petal bath.

The ‘Oberoi Exotic Vacations’ package of incredible value offers the ideal opportunity to plan this memorable journey. Priced at Rs. 57,000* for a two-night stay, the package includes accommodation for two persons in a Premier Room, breakfast daily and return transfer from the nearest airport or railway station. The package is valid until 15 April, 2009. Booked independently of the offer the tariff for a night’s stay for two persons starts at Rs. 30,500*. (*Taxes extra.)

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About The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra, India

Rated the 6th best hotel in the world by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine in what is acknowledged as amongst the most revered ranking in the international travel industry, The Oberoi Amarvilas is located just 600 meters from the greatest monument to love – the Taj Mahal. Spread over nine acres of elaborate gardens, terraced lawns, fountains, reflection pools and pavilions, the classical design of the luxury hotel is a tribute to the legacy of Moorish and Mughal architecture, accentuating awe-inspiring vistas of the most exquisite mausoleum in the world, which the English poet, Sir Edwin Arnold, described as, "Not a piece of architecture…but the proud passions of an emperor’s love wrought in living stones."