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The Oberoi, Gurgaon, The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra, The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur and The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur featured on www.jetsetter.com.

Titled "Live Like a Maharaja in One of India's Most Expensive Hotel Suites", in the article, Ms. Laura Itzkowitz highlights the Kohinoor/Presidential Suite at each of the properties. She opens the piece by saying that "While Indian royalty officially lost their power with the country's independence in 1947, you can still get a taste of the Maharaja lavish lifestyles—for a price."

For The Oberoi, Gurgaon, she says “check into the spacious Presidential Suite for the ultimate crash pad overlooking Gurgaon’s vibrant cityscape. The 5,300-square-foot suite, decked out with original artwork and its own Italian marble fireplace, features a spacious living room and dining area, a king-size master bedroom, twin bedroom, luxurious bathroom, a gym/yoga room, and a private pool and terrace. Ring your butler to arrange in-room yoga lessons, private dining, or anything else you desire.

She continues "If you can’t stay in an actual palace, then the Kohinoor Suite at the Oberoi Udaivilas is the next best thing. Inspired by Udaipur’s City Palace, the 2,650-square-foot Kohinoor Suite is done up Mewar style, with gold domed ceilings, intricately carved marble screens, and elaborate mirror mosaics.” As for The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur, she says “You’ll feel like royalty when you book the Kohinoor Villa at this gorgeous manicured resort five miles outside the Pink City of Jaipur. Built around a 280-year-old Shiva temple, the property seems designed to encourage spiritual healing."

For The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra, she adds "If it’s good enough for Prince William and Kate Middleton, Agra’s most luxurious hotel is good enough for you. While it may not be as old as the Taj Mahal, it was built to look like a Mughal palace, with terraced gardens, perfectly symmetrical architecture, and even fountains shaped like the ones in front of the Taj."

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Please find below the coverage:

https://www.jetsetter.com/magazine/1747/most-expensive-hotel-suites-india