In the article titled "Top India Hotel Suites 2017", the writer says that The Kohinoor Suite at The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra, "Named after the exquisite Indian diamond, the Kohinoor Suite offers uninterrupted views of the Taj Mahal, positioned just 1,900 ft away. If you want to get a closer glimpse of the unmistakable architecture, take a look through your specially positioned brass telescope. The classic design of the hotel is a tribute to Moorish and Mughal architecture, and the expansive suite’s plush interiors, private open-air terraces and white marble and granite bathrooms are fit for a Maharajah."
As for The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, the writer emphasises that “Set on the 200-year-old hunting grounds of the Maharana of Mewar, The Oberoi Udaivilas is spread over 50 acres, including a 20-acre wildlife sanctuary. The hotel’s intricate layout of interconnecting domes and corridors reflects the geography of Udaipur itself, whose seven lakes are linked by canals." The Kohinoor Suite the writer adds "offers complete privacy — accessed through a sunlit outer courtyard, the suite has a private 70ft pool surrounded by fragrant frangipani trees and miniature wall paintings. Enjoy a private dinner with views over Lake Pichola, and have custom itineraries especially curated by Oberoi Experiences, or your butler is available 24 hours a day."
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