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The Leela Palace Udaipur

DESTINATION

Udaipur, India

HOTEL TYPE

Classic

LOCATION TYPE

Waterfront

WHY WE LOVE THIS HOTEL

 

  •       Scenery: Mountains dramatically meet with bodies of water to provide a breathtaking backdrop to excursions both romantic and leisurely
  •       Location: Capital of Mewar until 1947, this 'Venice of the East" is lined with temples, gardens, and museums boasting handicraft like paintings, marble articles, silver arts, and terracotta.
  •       Luxury: The expansive guestrooms are meticulously decorated with opulent furnishings and stunning décor that are paired with a world-class butler service.

DETAILED DECRIPTION

A 45-minute drive from Maharana Pratap Airport lies the Leela Palace Udaipur, a five-star property on the banks of Lake Pichola. Sporting sweeping views of the City Palace and the majestic Aravalli Mountains, the Leela Palace Udaipur features seventy-two rooms and suites divided into six categories, all decorated in sepia tones with local textiles and artwork. The in-house restaurant, the Dining Room, offers a cornucopia of cuisines throughout the day; the Sheesh Mahal, a rooftop restaurant on the lakeside that offers fine dining under the stars, and serves cuisine from the royal kitchens of India; and the Library Bar, an intimate lounge that fuses English club decor with Indian aesthetic principles. Food can also be served by the mosaic-tiled pool overlooking Lake Pichola, or in guests’ rooms. Other amenities include a spa by ESPA, yoga lessons, badminton, boat rides, cooking classes with one of the property’s chefs and much more.

Amenities

Amenities

24hr room service
bar/pub
boutiques
business center
coffee shop
concierge
fitness center
garden
kids club
meeting/conference facilities
outdoor pool
restaurant
safety deposit boxes
salon
shuttle service
smoking area
spa
wi-fi in public areas

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