In our continuing endeavour to provide our guests with exceptional facilities, we have undertaken some essential maintenance of our spa swimming pool owing to which the spa pool will not be accessible from the 30th of May, 2023 until the 15th of June, 2023.
Begun in the 16th century and completed over 300 years, City Palace in Udaipur is actually several palaces laid out in such a way that they appear as a single façade. Fusing traditional Rajasthani and Mughal styles, City Palace has ornate glass and ceramic mosaics, elaborate gateways, courtyards, corridors and garden oases.
Jagdish Temple was built in 1651 and dedicated to the Hindu Lord Vishnu. The temple has an awe inspiring...Explore
The “grand bazaar” is a lively market where street side stalls and modern showrooms jostle for attention....Explore
Shilpgram is a rural arts and crafts complex spread over 2,83,280 square metres against a beautiful backdrop...Explore
Sri Eklingji is a fantastic temple complex hand chiselled out of sandstone and marble, and enclosed by...Explore
This popular shopping area in the centre of Udaipur city is frequented by domestic and international...Explore
A UNESCO World Heritage Site of ruined palaces, gates and temples that cover almost 28,32,799 square...Explore
The battle fought at the Haldighati mountain pass on 18th June 1576 is one of the most famous battles...Explore
A UNESCO World Heritage Site with walls second only in length to those of the Great Wall of China. Built...Explore
Located on the banks of the River Banas in the Aravalli foothills, Nathdwara literally means: Gateway...Explore
One of the largest and most important temples in Jain culture, Ranakpur Jain Temple is a spectacular...Explore
A visit to this celebrated landmark is highly recommended. Originally built in the late 18th Century...Explore