Revolving around Juliet Nicolson's Indian odyssey that takes her from the dazzling energy of Delhi to the shimmering waters of Udaipur, in the four page article titled 'Burning Bright' the writer highlights the luck of travelers staying just yards away from the Taj Mahal in the luxury laden The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra. Ms. Nicolson points out that "push back the curtains from every bedroom in this amazingly located hotel and you will see dawn rising over the most romantic declaration of love ever made". She adds "there can be no more glorious view of a building and no more glorious a hotel from which to do so".
Moving on to The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, Ms. Nicolson emphasises that "The Taj Lake Palace's long-held monopoly as the best hotel, scene of the Bond movie Octopussy, has been overtaken by the magnificent The Oberoi Udaivilas, the seductive, intoxicating scent of jasmine everywhere alerting you that you are in a very special hotel indeed". Also mentioned in the piece is a brief biography of the Founder Chairman, who "worked his way up from humble desk clerk to become one of the world's greatest hoteliers".
Ms. Nicholson further highlights the excellent service at Oberoi Hotels & Resorts that stops short of nothing to fulfil the wishes of its esteemed guests.
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