The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra featured in the print and digital edition of The Telegraph’s Ultratravel, UK.

Titled "Behind the scenes at the Taj Mahal: touring India's remarkable landmark in private", Ms. Leslie Woit opens piece by saying "My butler's turban cuts a stylish swath, its long scarlet tail swaying as he holds open the door of the Lord Curzon Suite. I follow him through the rose-scented sitting room, padding swiftly across an emerald-green silk carpet, pausing to glimpse a four-poster king bed, a hint of a marble tub just beyond. It's glorious furnishing foreplay, a tempting tease before the big reveal. Then, framed in a French door, her milky white splendour shimmers bare in the heat of the midday sun. The Taj Mahal: just 2,000ft from my bed.

Emphasising upon the grandeur of The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra, Ms. Woit says "The closest, most lavish vantage over Agra's key attraction is to be had from rooms of the Oberoi Amarvilas, all of which offer uninterrupted views of Taj Mahal."

Ultratravel is a glossy, quarterly magazine which showcases luxury travel. Content includes luxury holidays and travel experiences from the Telegraph, including luxury accommodation, boutique hotels, celebrity interviews, accessories and more. The magazine has a circulation of 6,00,000 while its website reaches out to 1,70,00,250 Unique Monthly Visitors.

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