5 Amazing palaces to stay in India


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Specially designed to offer you a unique and extraordinary experience, in this list of 5 incredible palaces to stay in India you will find the best royal residences with extravagant interiors, romantic settings, fascinating architecture, extensive lawns gardens and refined Indian cuisine, in places like Rajasthan , Mumbai, Kolkata, Jaipur and Udaipur.

  1. Rambagh Palace

Jaipur, Rajasthan

Former royal residence with an extension of 47 acres located just south of the city center. The rooms, with extraordinarily high ceilings with fine mahogany and multiple antiques, are organized around a beautiful patio. You will find a croquet field, peacocks strutting freely and fountains with authentic Roman style.

  1. The Oberoi Grand

Kolkata, West Bengal

Opened in 1888, this luxury and heritage hotel is a palatial landmark in the City of Happiness, offering well-appointed rooms, excellent restaurants, beautiful facilities and truly wonderful service. The rooms have a quiet charm, a world away from the conventional hotels and the bustle in the streets.

  1. Rawla Narlai

Rajasthan

A meticulously restored royal retreat from the 17th century, is one of the most prized heritage hotels in Rajasthan. A beautifully restored and maintained country house, which will inspire romance. There are 32 rooms around series of patios with flowers, it has a magnificent pool hidden in a walled garden.

  1. The Taj Mahal Palace

Mumbai

The original building is a seven-tiered wedding cake of Gothic architecture, Greco-Roman, Islamic and Rajasthan crowned by a bright Florentine dome. The extravagant interiors are adorned with Italian marble floors, Belgian chandeliers and 4,000 works of art.

  1. Taj Lake Palace

Udaipur, Rajasthan 

One of the most romantic hotels in the world , the palace floats like a beautiful white ship in the waters of Lake Pichola, with 360 degree views of the surroundings of Udaipur. Built in 1743 as a summer and pleasure place by the royal dynasty of Mewar, it became a hotel when the Maharana began accepting guests in the 1960s.


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